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.”
5 Things You Don't Know About the Bently Nevada 3500 Series
Read All About Bently Nevada's History & Legacy
At Gas Turbine Controls, we’re all about extending the life of your legacy controls. Not only are we your ultimate source for GE* and Excitation, but we also provide parts and services for other control systems as well, such as the Bently Nevada 3500 series!
7 Pre-Outage Activities to Reduce Downtime & Increase Efficiency
Gas Turbine Controls Corporation (GTC) and its subsidiaries, GTC Services (USA) and GTC Services Ltd. (UK), present this blog post with
New Website. New Features. Same Global Support.
We are proud to announce our new and improved website! With an updated look that showcases our revitalized and growing brand identity, we can now provide customers with a user-friendly experience that allows them to easily search and browse a full product category listing for full e-commerce proficiency.
5 Reasons Why Your Speedtronic Mark IV Needs an LCD Screen
We are pleased to announce our newest product: the LCD Thin Film Transistor (TFT). This amazing technology replaces the outdated CRT of your reliable Mark IV. Here are 5 reasons why this is a Big Deal:
How 10 Days or Less Gets Your Plant Long-Lasting Benefits
When it comes to the efficiency of your plant operations, there’s nothing like years of expertise to reduce downtime and keep your system going. As your equipment ages and your team gets younger, however, it’s not uncommon to discover gaps of knowledge and skill in your staff members—and unfortunately, those gaps show themselves most clearly in a moment of crisis.
5 Ways to Prepare Your Gas Turbine for Hurricane Season
As many are still reeling from the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, 2017’s hurricane season has continued to produce major storms affecting thousands of people and businesses. Despite weather tracking and warning systems, hurricanes can be unpredictable—if one heads your way, it’s important to know what steps you should take to ensure that your gas turbine can withstand the next hurricane that rolls through. Here are 5 ways you can prepare your facility for a hurricane.