High Quality Gas & Steam Turbine Repairs
We are responsive, flexible and customer-driven. We work precisely and quickly to complete your repairs and get your industrial gas and steam turbine back online, including the best gas and steam turbine Exchange Program in the industry to help eliminate downtime.
Expert repairs that meet the needs of our customers.
Allied Power Group specializes in the high quality repair of industrial gas and steam turbine engine components that meet the needs of our customers. Specifically, we focus on hot gas path and combustion components from GE, Westinghouse and other leading OEMs. Our team of engineers and expert technicians are trusted by gas and steam turbine engine owners worldwide to restore parts to their original form and function.
Increased Demand for Gas Turbines in Energy Production
Allied Power Group has leveraged several external factors to accelerate its success. As coal falls out of favor, gas turbines have increased in popularity and energy demands continue to rise. In addition, the continual deregulation of U.S.-produced energy sources has allowed for more competitive pricing in non-OEM products.
Since 2007, the company has been ranked each year on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing privately held companies, and in 2006, was named No. 378 on the Inc. 500 list.
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