Reduced downtime

Published:  25 February, 2016

SULZERDMA121_-_SULZER-at-Plant--Asset-Management_Pic2.jpgAt this year’s Plant and Asset Management show, which will be held at the NEC, Birmingham from April 12th - 14th, SULZER says it will be showcasing repair techniques for large rotating equipment that reduces downtime. In addition to offering the opportunity to meet Sulzer engineering experts at their stand, Sulzer says it will also be delivering a seminar on the Wednesday afternoon detailing the advantages of one-stop maintenance and repair of rotating equipment.

Exhibiting for the first time this year, Sulzer says it will be highlighting the repair services for mechanical plant, motors, generators and pumps that can improve reliability and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). Sulzer says details of the complete range of services from component supply to turnkey refurbishment projects will be available from its experienced staff on stand P422.

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