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The facility has repaired its 100th set of hot gas path components.
GE's Repair Solutions Singapore (GRSS) Center has reached a milestone by completing the repair and return of the 100th set of Hot Gas Path components. The Center saw a $60 million investment from GE back in 2019, set to be distributed over a decade.
Thanks to these funds, a significant enhancement to the Center's scope is its new HA rotor repair capability, a service critical to the long-term performance and availability of H-class turbines. The inclusion of this service promises to deliver faster support to operators of H-Class combined cycle power plants, shortening repair cycles, and aiding in the management of assets. The expanded rotor repair capabilities are part of GE's broader Rotor Life Extension program, which aims to extend the lifecycle of rotor parts to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Established in the 1970s, the GRSS has evolved from performing marine and offshore repairs to providing advanced power generation repairs and gas turbine services. The Center, having grown to approximately 350 employees over the past four years, is looking to expand further to accommodate more complex HA turbine repairs.
Currently, GRSS operates as a global center for HA repair. Alongside other repair shops in Asia, it is part of GE's network of repair capabilities for heavy-duty and aeroderivative gas turbines.