LTSAs allow Mitsubishi Power customers to accurately budget and forecast the maintenance costs of our large fleet of high-end gas turbines, steam turbines and generators for years to come. As the leading OEM, we understand how your unit was designed for operation and we can offer both digital and operational flexibility upgrades, rapid service support from our field service team, as well as our engineering experts and finally access to spare parts inventory in important regional areas. This enables power plant operators to achieve the highest possible availability, reliability and performance necessary for profitable operation in today`s market. An example of a long-term service contract is a typical document that you will come across if you own an industrial-scale power generation facility. Long-term service contracts (LTSAs) require the first OEM or OEM to provide maintenance services for its devices at more or less fixed prices. Guaranteed support and a fixed pricing plan can be very beneficial for the device owner, although the complex nature of LTSAs can lead to costly and time-consuming disputes with the manufacturer. We offer condition-oriented maintenance contracts to meet the individual needs of our customers. Our qualified staff is at your disposal. Mitsubishi Power optimizes maintenance plans with TOMONI™, a customizable suite of user-controlled digital power plant solutions based on the most modern analytics and decades of operating and monitoring data for turbines. TOMONI™ offers the possibility to easily add or modify solutions, which offers you a very economical way to equip your plant in a targeted way according to your objectives. Together, the solutions can optimize the operation, maintenance and performance of your facility while providing additional operational flexibility. Long-term service contracts (LTSAs) are becoming key factors in the success of generator sets.
This is due to the constant challenges of the electricity market and the fact that maintenance strategies need much more asset management and optimization than conservation and protection. The most common concept „forced“ to an extra-labor definition includes the definition of „extra work“ to include additional parts or work required by the OEM to perform its „normal“ maintenance work due to certain circumstances. Typically, these are events in which the owner bears the risk under the LTSA (for example. B the operation of the equipment by the owner outside certain parameters expressly accepted).