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22.01.2008

Hayward Tyler Launches Exhibition-focused Website

Hayward Tyler Group Ltd continues the expansion of its online presence with its new exhibition-focused website.

The newly created website includes the following features:

  • Individual conference ‘information’ sections, with up to the minute announcements, news, videos and information.

  • Downloadable documents, case-studies and brochures on the company.


The launch of the website follows Hayward Tyler’s success at the PowerGen International conference (11th-13th December 2007, USA), the Deep Offshore Technology conference (10th – 12th October 2007, Norway) and the Central European Power Show (17th – 19th October 2007, Poland).

At the DOT conference, Hayward Tyler gave industry experts a presentation entitled “Practical Challenges of Manufacturing a 2500kW Subsea Motor”. Hayward Tyler is currently building three 2500kW subsea motors for Aker Kvaerner Subsea for deployment on the Statoil Tyrihans project and they are the largest of their kind ever to be built. At the CEP, the company gave a presentation on “Improve Power Plant performance through pump upgrades”. Both these presentations are now available on the website.

About Hayward Tyler
Established in 1815 in the UK, the Hayward Tyler Group manufactures a comprehensive range of Fluid Filled Electric Motors and Pumps, custom designed to meet the most demanding of applications and environments. Focused on the power generation (both conventional and nuclear) and oil & gas (sub-sea) markets, the company is a market leader in its chosen niches.

In addition to the head office in Luton, England, Hayward Tyler has manufacturing and service facilities located in China, India and USA, providing cover 24x7 for maintenance, overhaul and repair services.

Hayward Tyler is a wholly owned subsidiary of the acquisitive niche Engineering Group, Southbank UK Plc.

Source: Hayward Tyler

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