7F Simple and Combined Cycle Generator Field Repairs
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020 @ 2pm EST/11am PST
With The Average Age Of The 7f Family Of Units, In Both Simple And Cc Configurations, Now Approaching Or, In Some Cases, Exceeding 20 Years, Their Reliability Is Degrading. Generator Field Issues And Frequency Are Compounded By An Ongoing Increase In Starts/stops, An Issue That’s Been Covered Frequently At All User Forums For The Past Few Years. This Technical Presentation Will Highlight The Key Weaknesses, Driven By Age, Duty Or Original Design Deficiency (Or A Combination), And Attempt To Prepare Asset Owners For Planning And Maintenance. Some Key Areas Discussed Will Be Collector/brush Systems Maintenance/repair, Field End Winding Issues, Field Slot Component Problems (Including Component Migration, Insulation Delamination, Turn Shorts, Etc.), As Well As Rewinds. We Will Also Review How To Get These Items Addressed During Planned Outages, As Well As Discuss The Impacts If They Are Left To “Discovery” Or Unplanned Scenarios.
Jamie Clark – Sales Manager
Jamie earned his BSME from Florida Tech in 1996 and began his mechanical engineering career with General Electric in 1997 where he was responsible for the design of generator auxiliary systems ranging from hydrogen cooling and seal oil systems design for conventionally cooled machines, to stator water cooling systems for larger fossil and nuclear generator applications.
From 2000 to 2007, Jamie took on the role of North American Sales Manager for Environment One’s Utility Systems business, responsible for the Application Engineering and Consultative Sales for EOne’s generator hydrogen cooling systems product lines throughout North America and the Caribbean.
Jamie returned to GE in 2007 as Technical Leader for Steam Turbine and Generator Accessory Systems’ New Product Introduction team, responsible for leading the design and execution of new turbine and generator accessory systems and power plant configurations, with an emphasis on total plant installed cost reductions.
In April of 2012, Jamie joined AGTServices as the Sales Manager for all of AGTServices generator service offerings. Jamie is responsible for all sales and marketing efforts, proposal development, operational support and technical conferences.
About AGTServices Inc.
Founded in Jan’00, AGTServices was established to provide an alternative to OEM generator testing, inspection and repair services. Ranging from the largest nuclear generator to the smaller industrial and co-generation applications, AGTServices has continued to develop and provide creative solutions to turbine-driven generator owners for over 20 years. This creativity and experience allows our experts to implement repairs and upgrades that will ensure long term reliability.
Specific to the 7F simple and combined cycle generator fleet, AGTServices maintains a full suite of crucial replacement components that, left to others, may extend outages by weeks or months. In stock bushings, terminal stud replacement components, collector rings, and even up to a fully rewound and balanced Exchange Field!
Products and Services
All OEM turbine-driven generator testing, inspection, maintenance and repairs, ranging from minor T&I’s to full and partial stator rewinds, core restacks and field rewinds.
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