With over 50 years of heritage in the aerospace industry, Woodward applies total system solutions to your needs. We are at the forefront of the industry in developing and delivering motion control and integrated propulsion systems. Our product and system platforms can be application-engineered for a wide variety of performance and configuration requirements.
Delivering Solutions That Change The World
Understanding that system reliability is a major requirement for oil and gas, petrochemical, and process plant industries, Woodward’s control, actuation, valves, and protection systems are designed to meet the high level of reliability and redundancy required across challenging industrial applications.Read more
Through the ability to provide control over both the generator and the prime mover, our controls and systems help power generators deliver consistently reliable power and coordinate a variety of distributed resources. Backed by decades of experience with generator controls, load sharing, synchronization, and power protection technologies, Woodward's power generation control solutions set standards worldwide.Read more
Woodward components and engine control systems are used in diverse mobile and industrial equipment such as forklifts, excavators, trains, trucks, buses, or stationary engines. We understand that your key concerns are emissions, productivity, and lower operating cost.Read more
Woodward delivers lasting contributions to energy control, always innovating for a better future.
Billion in Sales (2018)
Understanding that system reliability is a major requirement for oil and gas, petrochemical, and process plant industries, Woodward’s control, actuation, valves, and protection systems are designed to meet the high level of reliability and redundancy required across challenging industrial applications.
Many operators today do not have an accurate view of their compressor map. Understanding existing map constraints is a key component in optimizing performance control and effective anti-surge control response. Learn how to accurately create a compressor map of your older compressor systems.
Sessions will be held Sep 24, 2019 and Oct 3, 2019.