References

Thousands of references world-wide

Ecodyne has been supplying air cooled heat exchangers for over 70 years and has thousands of references world-wide in process, power and oil & gas applications.

Thousands of references worldwide

Recent Work

Betara Complex, Indonesia

After successfully delivering units to MHPS for the XTTK project in Tanzania, MHPS has entrusted Ecodyne Heat Exchangers with delivering a further air-cooled heat exchanger (ACHE).

Maputo, Mozambique

Ecodyne is proud to have delivered cooling systems to Mozambique's first gas-fired power station.

Phu My, Vietnam

Ecodyne Heat Exchangers has deliver air cooled heat exchangers to General Electric for the first GT13E2 MXL2 upgrade in Asia, which is also the first service order announced after acquiring Alstom's Power and Grid Business.

Taiwan, PRC

After successfully delivering ECO-TAC cooling water modules to GE for the their Waad Al Shamal project, Ecodyne has been selected to deliver similar modules to Taiwan.

Guadalupe TX, USA

The Guadalupe Peaking Energy Center is a 418 MW project simple cycle power plant currently in advanced stages of development in Marion Texas (30 miles northeast of San Antonio).

XTTK Kinyerezi, Tanzania

The Kinyerezi power plant will be Tanzania's first natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant.

Waad Al Shamal, KSA

The cooling water modules for GE's project at Waad Al Shamal will cool 4 x GE 7F.05 gas turbines and related gensets.

New Capital, Egypt

The New Capital site is part of approximately 14.4 GW of new power generation capacity that Siemens is developing at three locations in Egypt.

Biskra, Algeria

The two SGT5-4000F turbines delivered by Siemens, with Ecodyne Air Cooled Heat Exchangers, are supporting the continued industrialization of Algeria.

Nababganj & Manikganj

This repeat order demonstrates Ecodyne's ability to delivery as promised to MAN.

Zubair, Iraq

The four GT13E2 gas turbines delivered by Alstom, with Ecodyne Air Cooled Heat Exchangers, contribute to the modernization of Iraqi infrastructure.

Zouk & Jiyeh, Lebanon

Ecodyne is proud to have supplied low-noise radiators to BWSC for this project, which according to Gebran Bassil, Lebanon's Minster for Energy and Water, are an important first step in the efforts to reform the Lebanon's energy sector, efforts which are aimed at markedly improving the entire country's power supply,