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PSI Repair Services to Showcase Its Extensive Product Upgrade Capabilities at the AWEA WINDPOWER 2014 Conference & Exhibition
This flexible, cost-effective engineering service involves enhancing legacy components with newer, more reliable technology
|By PR Newswire
|April 23, 2014 08:36 AM EDT
LIVONIA, Mich., April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PSI Repair Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries and leading independent service provider (ISP) to the wind energy industry, will showcase its extensive product upgrade capabilities to wind farm operations and maintenance (O&M) professionals at the AWEA WINDPOWER 2014 Conference & Exhibition.
This flexible, cost-effective engineering service involves enhancing legacy components with newer, more reliable technology to improve performance and extend the component's life. The most common product upgrade service performed at PSI is printed circuit boards. In certain scenarios, PSI engineers provide new replacement circuit boards with enhanced technology. Two other popular product upgrades are the GE 1.5MW S Series Xantrex™ Matrix Inverter and the Clipper 2.5MW Xantrex Inverter. These convenient drop-in replacement solutions allow wind farms to supplement their shrinking inventory with more dependable, longer-lasting products, all while keeping their turbines online. In addition, PSI provides comprehensive remanufacturing services for unsalvageable, obsolete components.
"Thanks to innovative engineering services like product upgrades, PSI actively supports all the largest wind farms in the United States," said Mike Fitzpatrick, General Manager of PSI Repair Services, Inc. "No other ISP in the wind energy market offers more cost-saving solutions than PSI."
PSI Repair Services offers component repair and engineering services for GE, Vestas, Siemens and Clipper wind turbines. PSI covers the critical electronic, hydraulic and precision mechanical components that drive the turbines' pitch and yaw systems and down-tower electronics. Commonly repaired components include printed circuit boards, pitch drive systems, inverters, IGBTs, PLCs, VRCC units, AEBIs, proportional valves, hydraulic pumps, pitch and yaw motors, encoders, slip rings, transducers, and more. PSI uses the latest diagnostic tools to detect failures down to the microchip level.
The WINDPOWER 2014 Conference & Exhibition takes place May 5-8 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. PSI Repair Services will be exhibiting in Booth 3170. For more information about the WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition, visit www.windpowerexpo.org.
For more information about PSI's wind energy services, visit www.psi-repair.com/wind-turbine-repair. You can also follow PSI Repair Services on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube.
About PSI Repair Services, Inc. (www.psi-repair.com)
PSI Repair Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, offers the world's most complete range of repair and engineering services to resolve poorly performing electronics, hydraulics, robotics and precision mechanical assemblies. We combine the best diagnostic equipment in the world with the most skilled engineers and technicians in the industry to resolve performance problems that others simply can't. In addition, PSI offers emergency services and stock thousands of surplus parts to help customers get their critical production equipment back up and running again. PSI Repair Services was established in 1967 and proudly serves a wide range of industries and markets like automotive, aerospace, defense/military, food and beverage, healthcare, public transportation, semiconductor and wind energy.
About Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (www.psi-online.com)
Established in 1967, Phillips Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) is a privately-held global manufacturing and services holding company that oversees a diverse collection of innovative subsidiaries: Beaver Aerospace & Defense, Inc., Evana Automation Specialists, Mountain Secure Systems, POWERTHRU, PSI Repair Services, Inc., PSI Semicon Services, Sciaky, Inc., and Skytronics, Inc. We serve a wide range of high-tech industries like aerospace, defense, automotive, alternative energy, healthcare, security and semiconductor. Our award-winning products and services help reduce costs and maximize efficiency for many Fortune 500 companies around the globe, as well as the U.S. Military. We push the boundaries of technology on critical programs like Homeland Security, Defense research and space exploration, delivering innovative solutions for land, sea, air and space. We're PSI: Always innovating. Everywhere.™
Public Relations Manager
Phillips Service Industries (PSI)
Livonia, MI 48150-1733
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