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APG is the Leading Provider of F-Class Component Repairs

APG is the Leading Provider of F-Class Component Repairs Since 2005, Allied Power Group has been repairing GE 7F and Siemens Westinghouse 501F industrial gas turbines components. Throughout our history we have continuously developed solutions to improve the reliability, availability, and repairability of these components. Today, we continue to evolve our capabilities by offering repair...

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Power Support Group – 1 Year Anniversary

Power Support Group 1-Year Anniversary Allied Power Group is excited to announce our 1 year anniversary of our acquisition of Power Support Group.  We would like to thank all of our customers who have made these last 12 months a success.  Over the past year, APG has performed over 19 outages for 10 customers providing...

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Troy Michaud – APG’s new Chief Commercial Officer

As we continue to expand our capabilities, increase our service footprint, and provide industry-leading service solutions that power the world, we have made a new addition to the APG leadership team. Please join us in welcoming Troy Michaud to Allied Power Group.  Troy will lead APG’s overall sales and business development, as our new Chief...

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APG Adds Alstom GT11 Capabilities

Since 2005, APG has been repairing hot gas path and combustion components for General Electric, Siemens, and Westinghouse industrial gas turbines. Today we announce our first step in expanding our capabilities to include the Alstom gas turbine fleet. APG is now your primary source for the following offerings for the GT11 D4, D5, and N1...

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APG Most Comprehensive Third-Party Service Provider of Siemens V84.2

Since 2005, APG has been repairing hot gas path and combustion components for General Electric, Siemens, and Westinghouse industrial gas turbines.  In 2018, APG acquired Eta Technologies for their market leadership in V-series solutions.  Since the acquisition, APG has continued to invest in additional capabilities for the V84.2.  In addition to repairs and miscellaneous hardware...

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Gas Turbines How And Why They Work

Gas Turbines: How and Why They Work

A gas turbine produces electricity or provides kinetic energy by using compressed gas and air to spin it. The Brayton cycle is the method for doing this. The pressurized gas in all modern gas turbines is produced by burning fuel such as natural gas, jet fuel, kerosene, propane, or hydrogen. The fuel’s heat causes the...

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