At this year’s All-Energy 2017 exhibition, there will be the chance to visit Sulzer, a provider of services and solutions to the renewable energy sector, taking place in Glasgow from the 10th- 11th May. Taking place at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, the exhibition will provide a forum for the energy community to discuss the latest innovations occurring in the industry. Visitors will be able to liaise with Sulzer experts to discuss solutions at Stand K20 throughout the show.
Sulzer provides for brands of rotating equipment including pumps, turbines, generators and electric motors – all of which play vital roles in the wind and hydropower sectors. The company will be displaying its unrivalled experience in the manufacture of high voltage coils for motors and generators, plus its knowledge in cable connectors, drives and their associated controls.
Furthermore, Sulzer will also showcase its expertise in the design, manufacture and maintenance of pumps, which can influence the reliability and efficiency of certain renewable projects.
The primary service Sulzer provides to the industry is market leading, full-service, electromechanical service packages, which incorporate workshops and on-site capabilities to tackle the largest maintenance projects the sector has to offer. The company’s nationwide network of service centres combine to offer a comprehensive package of repair and maintenance solutions throughout the UK.
This capability is illustrated by Sulzer’s Falkirk Service Centre, which is currently celebrating its 40-year anniversary of providing high quality engineering solutions. With considerable experience in delivering maintenance solutions to the offshore and power generation industries, the engineering team at Falkirk is fully qualified to meet the challenges of the renewable energy sector.
All-Energy 2017 will tackle all aspects of renewable energy, from wind and hydropower to energy storage and smart cities, attracting over 7,000 attendees who will have the opportunity to discuss renewables requirements with 400 leading businesses. Conferences will also be taking place throughout the duration of the event, offering plenty of opportunities for visitors to engage with the renewable energy sector.