L.A. Turbine Joins Forces with Chart Industries

Chart Industries, Inc. has acquired L.A. Turbine, a global leader in turboexpander design, engineering, manufacturing, assembly and testing for new and aftermarket equipment, and significant in-house engineering expertise. Read more

Gas Processing Features LAT Turboexpander Basics Article

Read one of Gas Processing & LNG magazine’s top articles authored by LAT titled, “Fundamentals of Turboexpander Design & Operation” for insight on turbomachinery basics + maintenance, troubleshooting & special features. Read Now

ARES AMB Turboexpander in 2020 Compression Yearbook

CT2’s Compression Yearbook includes multiple entries on the commissioning of L.A. Turbine’s ARES AMB turboexpander units for cryogenic gas processing in the Bakken Shale and along the Panola pipeline. Read LAT’s summary or view the entire yearbook.

LAT Article Discusses Turboexpander Design, Operation & Troubleshooting

LAT engineers discuss the fundamentals of turboexpander design, operations, special features, maintenance, troubleshooting + more Read Now

CT2 Interviews LAT President

President Danny Mascari discusses the company’s aftermarket service focus on turboexpander maintenance, optimization and training, and the key role LAT’s FX-TURBO team plays in the delivery. Read Now

L.A. Turbine Commissions First ARES Active Magnetic Bearing Turboexpander­ – Compressor

L.A. Turbine (LAT) has commissioned its first ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander – ­Compressor within a newly established natural gas liquid (NGL) processing plant in the Bakken Shale Play of North Dakota, USA. Read Now

Handbook Lists LAT as Key TBX Provider

Seeking turboexpander manufacturers and service providers? We can help. View L.A. Turbine’s profile in TMI’s 2020 Handbook, the industries #1 source of key product and service suppliers in the turbomachinery industry. Read Now

L.A. Turbine Commissions First ARES AMB Turboexpander-Compressor at New Bakken Shale NGL Plant

L.A. Turbine announced the commissioning of its first ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander-Compressor within a newly established natural gas liquid (NGL) processing plant Read Now