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2017 User Group Meeting

The Next LM2500 User Group Meeting will take place on 14 & 15 June 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. Click here for more information or email LM2500(at)etn-gasturbine.eu

2016 User Group Meeting

The LM2500 UGM 2016 took place in Amsterdam, 1-2 June 2016. For more information about the event, please click here.

Sponsors

The LM2500 User Group is kindly sponsored by :

VBR Turbine Partners are independent operation & maintenance improvement experts and established spare parts suppliers for GE LM1600, LM2500/+ & LM6000 engines, control systems, auxiliary systems & packages.

 

Interested in sponsoring the LM2500 User Group? Please contact LM2500(at)etn-gasturbine.eu

LM2500 User Group
LM2500 User Group
© LM2500+G4, General Electric

The overall objective and expectations of the LM2500 User Group is to develop a strong, independent and knowledgeable user community in order to increase the reliability, reduce risk and reduce operational costs of the LM2500 engine family.

This User Group covers LM2500, LM2500+, LM2500+G4, PGT25, PGT25+ and PGT25+G4.

The Next LM2500 User Group Meeting will take place on 14 & 15 June 2017. If you are interested in this User Group and meeting, please write to LM2500(at)etn-gasturbine.eu.

The objectives of the User Group are to:

  • Provide a continuous and focused dialog between the user community, GE and ISP’s in order to define and develop solutions to prioritised operational issues/requirements;
  • Identify more generic issues that can be brought to the ETN’s Technical Committees in order to explore potential solutions together with leading experts from the R&D community;
  • Explore opportunities to reduce issues through development of standardisation of gas turbine packages. ETN already have two on-going successful projects in this field related to exhaust systems and air filtration.

After the meeting the Steering Committee of the LM2500 group will evaluate the proposed solutions and initiate a follow-up process with close discussions with GE, the R&D community and ISP’s in order to identify the best way forward to address and overcome the issues as well as to fulfil the user community’s future needs.

Various types of collaboration schemes could be sought depending on the type of issues i.e: R&D projects, feasibility studies as well as development of best practise guidelines or standards.

In parallel and in partnership with GTUsers.com, a private and secured discussion forum for LM2500 users has been set-up.