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Rotoflow opens a turbomachinery solutions centre in China

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Rotoflow, an Air Products business, has opened a new solutions centre in the Qingpu district of Shanghai, China, to better serve the turbomachinery needs of customers throughout Asia.

The Shanghai facility will repair and service rotating machinery to serve the Asia market utilising a local supply chain. The new solutions centre is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic, testing, balancing and machining equipment. The centre will also provide assembly and part cleaning as well as optimise and troubleshoot equipment.

“Rotoflow is excited to open to our new Shanghai facility. This new solutions centre is an example of Rotoflow’s commitment to the region and will help Rotoflow meet customer needs and project demands quickly and efficiently,” said Aimee White, General Manager, Gardner/Rotoflow & Standard Products.

Shanghai will be Rotoflow's fourth global hub, complementing existing hubs in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Houston, US; Texas, US; and Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In addition to Rotoflow’s solution centres, for additional global coverage in key industrial hubs, Rotoflow has dedicated field service technicians strategically located around the globe.

The facility, which will be staffed with production technicians, machinery and operations engineers, a machinery designer and a customer care specialist, will also be used to build new equipment for HPN Plants and support Air Products equipment for hydrogen for mobility. In addition, the solutions centre will service turboexpanders, centrifugal compressors, reciprocating compressors, cryogenic pumps, small steam and gas turbines, gearboxes, fans and blowers.

The turbomachinery solutions centre will service and repair all brands of expanders – not just Rotoflow equipment. Rotoflow’s turbomachinery capabilities provide world-class offerings to the gasification, air separation, helium, LNG, hydrocarbon, petrochemical and energy market segments.

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