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A recent TMI article states, “More than 50% of all [turboexpander] failures and operational issues can be traced back to lube oil problems.” Proper condition monitoring and wear debris analysis are key preventative measures. Read the TMI article now.
TMI lists L.A. Turbine as a key turbomachinery supplier of new equipment and aftermarket services to the turbomachinery industry. Handbook also highlights LAT’s ARES AMB turboexpander with industry-first skid-mounted AMB Controller in its NEW PRODUCTS section. Open the handbook
L.A. Turbine (LAT) today announced that its L3000 turboexpander-compressor in a UOP Russell cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Eddy County, New Mexico has exceeded its designed 200MMSCFD flowrate by 10 percent.
L.A. Turbine featured in Gas Compression Magazine celebrates 15 years with staying power and a new ARES AMB Turboexpander Line. Click here for more info!
UOP Russell cryogenic gas plant exceeds nameplate performance with L.A. Turbine turboexpander. L.A. Turbine (LAT) announced that its L3000 turboexpander-compressor in a UOP Russell cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Eddy County, New Mexico has exceeded its designed 200MMSCFD flowrate by 10 percent. View the Gas Processing article now.
L.A. Turbine (LAT) is providing turboexpander units for gas processing and natural gas liquid (NGL) recovery within Honeywell UOP Russell modular gas plant installations. The U.S.-made turboexpander-compressor units are designed to handle a flow range of 60-200MMSCFD for UOP Russell standard gas plants.
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