Olympus

Olympus Turbine Engine

Having operated out of Aberdeen since 1992, RWGs Olympus Project has extensive experience in all industrial types of Olympus Gas Generators.

RWG is the OEM's preferred and only approved overhaul & repair facility.

RWG Olympus Project can provide Overhauls and Repairs, Field Service, Heavy Maintenance, Inspections, Troubleshooting, Onsite/Offsite and Onshore/Offshore support for the full range of industrial Olympus Gas Generators and associated SK Range of Power Turbines.

RWGs dedicated Olympus team offer their expertise for future repair, overhaul and field support for the world wide fleet of engines and their associated SK power turbines.

In addition, customers have also benefited from the wide range of innovative repair processes developed in-house to compliment the repair schemes originally developed offered by the original equipment manufacturer. RWG is continually developing a wide array of repair processes to assist operators achieve the lowest cost operation of their Olympus sets by repairing, rather than replacing components.

Experience

Since 1992 the Olympus Project at RWG in Aberdeen has successfully processed in excess of 200 gas generator minor repair and full overhaul workscopes. In addition, our field service team has supported operators on-site throughout the world in the most hostile of environments.

Our capabilities also include the repair and overhaul of the power turbines for Siemens arero-derivative range of gas generators; SK20, 30, 40 and 60, to extend the operational support to cover the generating set driver units.

Turntime

In recognition of customer requirements, RWG have streamlined processes in order to achieve turntime reduction targets and can generally overhaul an engine in 16 weeks or less. RWG will endeavour to drive turntime down further whilst ensuring maximum cost savings for the operator.


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The Olympus Engine

The Rolls-Royce range of Olympus Industrial gas generator engines was derived from the aero engine which powered the Avro Vulcan. Later developments were used in the Concorde SST and TSR2 aircraft.

Olympus Turbine engine components

The Olympus engines produce between 17 and 27 megawatts of power and are used in power generation applications around the world. There are currently 11 offshore installations and 122 onshore.

Applications vary from open cycle gas turbine configurations to efficient combined cycle operations using waste heat recovery for district heating and can run on either distillate fuel, natural gas or both.