Peter Brotherhood delivers steam turbine generator to Korea

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Specialist engineer Hayward Tyler Group PLC  said its Peter Brotherhood subsidiary has delivered a steam turbine generator to an S-Oil refinery in South Korea.

The 22.6 MW extraction back-pressure steam turbine generator was designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with American Petroleum Institute (API) 612 standards.

It includes an API 614 lubrication and control oil system, as well as an API 613 gearbox.

S-Oil chose Peter Brotherhood as a supplier due to its vast experience in the oil and gas industry, as well as its global reputation for producing high quality, reliable steam turbines in demanding and performance critical environments, Hayward Tyler said.


"As with all our steam turbine packages, the turbine, gearbox, oil system and control system were all successfully tested together in the Peter Brotherhood facility, on steam prior to despatch.” said sales manager Sharron King.

Hayward Tyler purchased Peter Brotherhood just over a year ago with the aim of rejuvenating a well-respected historic engineering brand and exploiting cross-selling opportunities.

Late last month Peter Brotherhood won its first contract since becoming part of Hayward Tyler, for a Tri-generation Combined Heat and Power system, which will not only provide heat or cooling or a combination of both, but also a significant electrical output.