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Parts, Services & Training for GE Turbine & Excitation Controls

Comprehensive Support for Gas & Steam Turbines

Gas Turbine Controls (GTC) is a leading supplier of replacement parts, repairs, training, field services and other solutions for GE power plant control systems. Housing an unparalleled stock of GE Speedtronic™ turbine and Excitation control spares, including but not limited to GE Mark I/II, Mark IV, Mark V, Mark VI, Mark Vie, EX2000 and EX2100. In addition, GTC also supports Woodward Netcon/Micronet turbine controls as well as Bently Nevada 3300/3500 vibration systems.

With continued support (parts, repairs, training and field services) for systems declared at end-of-life by the OEM, GTC shifted the paradigm from “must upgrade now” proposed by the OEM to “can postpone indefinitely or until the conditions are favorable.”

Some of our global clients include:

Onsite Operational Solutions

Gas Turbine Controls (GTC) offers operators a health check for their Mark V controls systems. This procedure involves a trained GTC Speedtronic™ engineer visiting your site and performing a set of tests to fully examine your Mark V system.

At the end of the check, a GTC engineer will create a full report to hand over to you advising the state of the panel and give any recommendations (if any) that should be carried out to restore the Mark V to operate efficiently without errors.

The test takes two days onsite and all minor errors found during examination will be corrected onsite in an effort to prolong the life of the Mark V. Any major faults found will be detailed in the report and discussed with you at site before rectifying.