Don’t miss out on one of Gas Processing magazine’s top articles of 2020! Read LAT-authored Fundamentals of Turboexpander Design & Operation for insight on turbomachinery basics + maintenance, troubleshooting & special features. Read now.
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.
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 More
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 More
Tadeh Avetian and Luis E. Rodriguez, L.A. Turbine, USA, discuss the latest breakthroughs in turboexpanders for the LNG industry. Recent technological developments within the world of turboexpanders (TEXs) promise to make the utilisation of active magnetic bearings (AMBs) even more widespread across all gas-related industries, and to allow end-users and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) […]
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 receives rave reviews for the new ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) Turboexpander-Compressor featuring the first skid-mounted AMB control system. Click here for the article.
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.
New ARES AMB Turboexpander release featured in Turbomachinery International. L.A. Turbine (LAT) has introduced ARES Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) turboexpander-compressor designed for a 200MMSCFD gas processing plant. The ARES AMB Turboexpander features a skid-mounted AMB control system and programmable logic control (PLC) panel, made possible due to engineering and technological innovations resulting from a partnership […]