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Steam Turbine Experts

Our steam turbine experts provide steam turbine maintenance, steam turbine generator maintenance, and turbine repair. Our steam turbine engineers have expertise in all makes and models including GE, Westinghouse and Alstom.

Independent Turbine Consulting, LLC (ITC) is a group of 35 turbine generator engineers that have on average over 25 years of industry experience. ITC engineers have OEM experience and training on all major makes and models of gas and steam turbines. These engineers can provide on-site technical direction, owner’s representation, and shop surveillance services. ITC can also provide remote support such as trouble shooting, providing a second opinion, engineer evaluations, and outage planning/scheduling. Other ITC services include vibration data acquisition/analysis, training and borescope engineering evaluation. All these services are provided at affordable and straightforward rates. If you have a technical question or issue, give ITC a call. Initial consultations and discussions are free.

Steam Turbine Services Provided

  • Outage Client Representation
  • Steam Turbine Field Engineer
  • Maintenance Scheduling / Planning
  • Technical Support and Consultation
  • Troubleshooting and Analysis
  • Work and bid scope development

Steam Turbine Maintenance Experience

General Electric, Toshiba

  • BFPT, MECH DRIVE, INDUSTRIAL
  • MEDIUM STREAM, LARGE STREAM
  • NUCLEAR
  • A2, A5, A8, A9, A10, A11, A12
  • D2-D11, D12, F2
  • G2, G3, G5, G9

Westinghouse, Siemens, Mitsubishi

  • BFPT
  • MEDIUM STREAM
  • LARGE STREAM
  • NUCLEAR
  • MOST BUILDING BLOCKS
  • INDUSTRIAL

Other OEMs

  • ALLIS CHALMERS
  • ALSTOM
  • ABB, BCC
  • DRESSER RAND
  • FUJI
  • ELLIOTT
  • HITACHI
  • TOSHIBA
  • AND MORE

Specialist Services

  • Vibration Specialist for data acquisition, analysis, recommendations, and balancing
  • Mechanical Hydraulic Controls (MHC)
  • Generator Specialists
  • Boiler Feed Pump Engineers
  • Shop Surveillance And Expediting
  • Startup Engineers
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