Elliott Group opens China turbomachinery center for downstream plants

Elliott Group is opening a new, 5,780-square-meter turbomachinery service center on May 7 in Tianjin, China, the company announced on Tuesday. 

The new facility in Tianjin will repair and maintain rotating equipment for customers in the oil & gas, chemical, petrochemical, refining, and coal industries. The facility's proximity to the Port of Tianjin Xingang simplifies the movement of equipment and components, according to company officials.

Elliott says the Tianjin service center is fully equipped and staffed to repair all components of centrifugal and axial compressors, steam turbines, and hot gas expanders,  including diaphragms, rotors, impellers, blades, bearings, and casings. The service center utilizes advanced welding technologies including TIG, Micro-TIG, and submerged arc welding, nondestructive testing, dynamic balancing, specialty machining, and custom parts manufacturing. The facility includes a 200-square-meter dedicated rotor storage area.

The Tianjin service center is the newest addition to Elliott Group's global service network. Elliott Group operates 18 service centers in China, Taiwan, Japan, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America, supported by parts depots in Japan, the UK, and the US.

Elliott field service crews operate worldwide, supported by regional engineering offices in Singapore, Switzerland, and the US, and by Elliott Group's major manufacturing facilities in Japan and the US.

For more than 100 years, Elliott Group has designed, manufactured, and serviced reliable, efficient turbomachinery for a wide variety of industrial applications. Over 70,000 units of Elliott equipment have been installed worldwide, and hundreds of Elliott machines are in service in China today, according to company representatives.

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