Working on behalf of BAE Systems Surface Ships, G&M Tex are the proud suppliers of the bespoke emergency generators for the Type 45 UK Royal Navy Destroyers. Unclassified design considerations include:
24V electric starter
Secondary hydraulic starter
Software free control
Polar code considerations
Unique floating core radiator
Paint finish to EN ISO12944 Cat 5
6 x 250 kW radiator cooled gensets
Shock tested to MoD standards
Cummins KTA19 engines, Newage alternators and Selco controls
INMEX SMM India 2017 was a great success and G&M Tex would like to send out a big thank you to colleagues, partners, clients and industry leaders from 32 countries. Once again INMEX has proved to be a fantastic venue and allowed us to demonstrate our unrivalled expertise in bespoke generator systems for both military and civilian application.
G&M Tex, along with other companies in the Tex Holdings Group are now represented in India by Pratex Power Vision. The Pratex stand showcased UK’s Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier, the biggest and most powerful warship ever constructed for the Royal Navy; the advanced FLYCO (Flying Control Room) was designed and manufactured by Tex Special Project, part of Tex Holdings PLC.
G&M Tex displayed recent projects including UK Royal Navy T45 Destroyers, US Navy Mobile Lift Platforms, Australian Navy Cape Class OPV’s, and Shocktested 380kWe Naval Emergency Generators.
Key members from the Pratex Power Vision Group were able to attend (see picture at top of page), including (from left to right) Shankar Mathur (Director, Pratex Power Vision), Ratee Prasad (Managing Director, Pratex Power Vision), Amanda Ritchie (Technical Consultant), Stephen Codd (Managing Director, Eurotex International), David Ritchie (Technical Consultant, Tex Special Projects), and Greg Chadwick (Managing Director, G&M Tex).