All the latest news stories from BRUSH around the globe
With 400 generators for mobile power plants above 25 MVA resulting in a total of 6 million fleet operational running hours, BRUSH has achieved a world record.
This paper explains some important choices to be made when planning the installation, reconfiguration and uprating of electrical power systems in critical offshore oil and gas facilities.
Experienced talent – with the skills and expertise to innovate – is in diminishing supply.
Brush has flown a replacement turbogenerator across the globe to a mine in Australia, in record time with help from the Antonov An-225 – the world’s biggest cargo plane.
World's largest plane Antonov is set to land in Perth with 2-Pole Brush Generator
Renewable, geothermal energy production equipment tested to the limit
Any component used in oil and petrochemical facilities must pass stringent safety standards to avoid potential ignition of hazardous gasses. So how can high-output electrical generators be designed to operate safely in these conditions?
Generator inspection is a critical process in ensuring long lifespans of reliable performance....
BRUSH has announced a new transformer supply framework agreement with leading electricity distribution network operator Western Power Distribution (WPD).
BRUSH has completed a £5m (US $7.1m) investment in its UK production hub to allow it to manufacture large 132kV transformers.