Gas Turbines

KEVTA is a world leader in gas turbine integrated fire protection systems and services.

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Recip Engines

Cost effective solutions to protect reciprocating engines in various applications.

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Compressors

Fire protection systems for centrifugal, screw and reciprocating compressors.

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Wind Turbines

Fire protection solutions designed for the unique challenges of wind applications.

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    Each of our employees has the opportunity to make a difference and our people's successes drive our own. KEVTA Fire Systems is committed to treating all employees fairly, responsibly and with dignity, respecting their individual differences and helping them to achieve their full potential. We work hard to empower our employees to reach higher and go farther, providing training, coaching and opportunities to work on career-defining projects.  We invite you to learn more about life at KEVTA Fire Systems by visiting the links below. 

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  • Company Info

    Founded in 1986, KEVTA Fire Systems, Inc. has evolved to become a world leading supplier fire protection systems for the energy industry. KEVTA provides fully integrated, superbly manufactured systems for customers with the most rigorous requirements. With expertise in systems engineering, integration, mechanical packaging, testing and total lifecycle support, KEVTA is structured to provide world class quality and superior value to the most demanding OEMs, EPCs and operators. 

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  • Global Installed Base

    KEVTA Fire System has supplied more than 10,000 integrated fire protection systems for applications in 97 countries. These systems are found across the Oil & Gas and Power Generation industries in applications that include packed gas turbines and reciprocating engines, compressors and wind turbine nacelles.
     

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News & Updates

Taiwan Refinery Fire Assessment

“Gov’t furious over Formosa plant fire” shouts a headline in the May 14, 2011 edition of The China Post. The government yesterday blamed insufficient safety inspection for the latest fire that hit the Formosa Plastics Group’s naphtha cracker complex in southern Taiwan—the third such accident there in 10 months,” states the newspaper report. “The economics [...]

March 28, 2013 read more