Extending the life – and efficiency – of an electric power generating asset requires a broad perspective, including not only the machine itself, but the auxiliary systems and predictive maintenance systems that support it. During this phase of the generator’s life, Environment One assists owners by supplying upgrades that meet evolving safety standards for hazardous areas, and by integrating technologies into cost-effective packages that allow installation work to be accomplished within the more dominant, critical-path boiler and turbine outage periods.
Environment One’s involvement spans the life cycle of the generator, and often begins as part of an OEM’s original scope of supply to a power plant. Environment One’s critical gas auxiliary systems are designed for use with scavenging or vacuum-type seal oil configurations and E/One has earned a primary-source status with the industry’s leading manufacturers. Safety and unit efficiency are at the core of these applications.