Gastops Ltd.

Duka Kitaljevich
Vice President of Business Development
Tel: (613) 744-3530

1011 Polytek Street
Ottawa, ON, K1J 9J3

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Gastops is recognized worldwide for its innovative solutions for improving the effectiveness of operating and maintaining critical equipment. For over 35 years our solutions have been used in Defense, Aerospace, Energy and Marine applications to optimize the availability, readiness, maintenance, performance and safety of complex rotating equipment.

Gastops’ products and services add value throughout the life cycle of complex rotating equipment from the design stage through to in-service operations and support. We design, manufacture and support advanced equipment fluid sensing and analysis products including on-line, full-flow oil debris sensors and at-line oil analysis systems. Based on core competencies of machinery analysis, modeling and simulation, software engineering, condition monitoring, and repair and overhaul, the company also provides a range of specialized technical and engineering services to assist in the design, development and in-service support of machinery control, monitoring and maintenance systems.

Gastops locations:
• Ottawa, Ontario – Head Office
• Halifax, Nova Scotia – Branch Office
• St. John’s, Newfoundland – Branch Office

Our customer solutions are found wherever equipment applications demand the highest standards of safety, reliability, availability and cost-effective operations. The most common of these are critical rotating equipment such as gas turbine engines found in aviation, marine, power generation and gas compression applications, diesel engines in marine and railway applications and gearboxes in aviation, marine, energy, and industrial applications.

Our flagship product is the MetalSCAN on-line oil debris sensor that provides state-of-the-art engine and gearbox protection and health monitoring for many of the world’s most advanced aircraft including the F22 Raptor, F35 Joint Strike Fighter, Eurofighter Typhoon, and the new generation of Pratt and Whitney PurePower geared turbofan engines powering the new Bombardier C Series, Mitsubishi Regional Jet, Airbus A320neo, Irkut MC21 and Embraer E-Jet E2 aircraft families.