TurbinePROs is excited to be a part of two valuable conferences this January for the power industry! Stop by TurbinePROs' booths at EPRI TGUG in Amelia Island, FL and EGC in Bismarck, ND.
Meet our field services experts and learn more about our services for turbines and generators; how to best plan for outages; and maintaining your vital equipment.
Our expert field services team will be available to answer questions and provide valuable information about the maintenance, repair, and upgrade of your plant's rotating equipment.
EPRI Winter TGUG Jan 20-23, 2015 | TurbinePROs Booth #9 | Amelia Island, FL
Meet our experts at EPRI John Loubier, Vice President | Jeff Hogge, Operations Manager | Denis Graves, Sales Representative
Energy Generation Conference Jan 27-29, 2015 | TurbinePROs Booth #408 | Bismarck, ND
Meet our experts at EGC John Loubier, Vice President | Jeff Hogge, Operations Manager | Don Sebastian, Field Supervisor
We look forward to seeing you there!
Due to deterioration and degradation of the original OEM unit, a run-of-the-river hydro plant sought an alternate solution to ensure optimal condition. TurbinePROs provided full refurbishment with engineering of a new head cover and manufacturing of new wicket gates. These modifications achieved greater output and enhanced operation post refurbishment compared to the original unit.
TurbinePROs has always been committed to our customers', employees', and entire project team's health and safety. Now, providing the safest, most productive services to power-generating facilities while minimizing and preventing the spread of COVID-19 is of paramount importance. We have worked diligently to develop solutions and protocol above and beyond the CDC's standard health and safety guidelines to mitigate Coronavirus infection while we are servicing critical plant components vital to infrastructure.
It is with great pride and gratitude that we thank every one of our team and those we work with on site who made 2018 the safest year in TurbinePROs' history.
The Recordable Incident Rate (RIR) is a mathematical calculation used by OSHA to define the number of employees per 100 full-time employees who have been involved in an OSHA-recordable injury or illness.