Braden Manufacturing, LLC, Consolidated Fabricators, Braden-Europe B.V., Braden Power Equipment (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., and GPEG Mexico Distributing SA de CV, Braden is a global leader in the power generation industry for design, manufacture, installation and retrofit of auxiliary equipment for gas turbines. Braden has an installed base of over 4500 air intake, inlet, diverter, and exhaust components around the globe. With specialized engineering staff in the United States and the Netherlands, Braden can tailor a site-specific design for any gas turbine to satisfy local content requirements and Braden partners with fabrication specialists in over 30 countries to keep fabrication costs down resulting in quality product at the lowest delivered cost for our customers. Further, the company can build-to-print from customer specifications.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Air and Climate - Air Filtration
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Braden was founded in 1923 by Glenn T. Braden as a specialty metal building provider and since the earliest years of the gas turbine industry, Braden has been the “go-to” supplier of auxiliary systems for gas turbine OEMs and power producers.
From its global headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Braden maintains operations in many countries around the globe with more than 300 employees worldwide.
Braden is a Global Power Equipment Group company. With corporate headquarters in Irving, Texas, Global Power operates primarily through two operating divisions, Global Power Products and Global Power Services. Global Power Products supplies auxiliary power components to the worldwide gas turbine power generation industry under the Braden Manufacturing and Consolidated Fabricators name brands. The Global Power Services division provides industrial services under the Williams Industrial Services Group brand focusing on specialty services, outage management and overhaul of power facilities and other heavy industrial plants.