Power Plant Engineering was formed in 2003 in response to demand for an independent, responsive and professional engineering resource to serve the worldwide power generation industry. Power plants rely on a range of specialised heat transfer equipment to maintain fuel efficiency and plant availability, including:
Power Plant Engineering has the relevant skills and experience to offer a comprehensive range of services with respect to all unfired heat exchangers used in nuclear, fossil fuel and combined cycle power plants.
The solution to the problem is an aspect of the problem. We focus on resolving the problem.
Whatever the demands of your project, Power Plant Engineering will provide access to the resources you need. Our aim is to provide a high quality response to your needs, wherever you are in the world . We do this by:
The company’s principal engineers (Mr Tony Terranova and Mr Ian Gibbard) have a combined experience of 70 years in the field of heat transfer equipment and also have immediate access to a network of specialised professionals in disciplines from instrumentation to stress analysis. PPE does not manufacture heat transfer equipment and is therefore able to offer independent advice to end-users, contractors and equipment suppliers.
Over 40 years experience in the design, fabrication, operation and maintenance of power plant heat transfer equipment. A mechanical engineer having held the positions of Technical Sales Director at Graham Vacuum & Heat Transfer and Technical Director at Yuba Heat Transfer and Struthers Wells Corporation.
Over 30 years experience in the thermal design of heat transfer equipment. A chemical engineer having held the position of Technical & Managing Director at Cal Gavin Process Intensification, senior thermal design engineer for John Brown, senior thermal design engineer to Struthers Wells Corporation and is currently retained by HTRI as a heat transfer course tutor and consultant.