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Peterson Power Systems - Professional Electric Power

by Peterson Power Systems     based in Benicia, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Peterson Power Systems' professional electric power team supplies and fully supports complete Power Solution packages to meet diverse electric power needs including generators for emergency standby, peaking, co-generation, prime or continuous power.

Sonnenkraft - Model Compact Power - Solar Electricity

by Sonnenkraft UK Ltd     based in Colchester, UNITED KINGDOM

PV – Photovoltaic – is the most effective way of generating electricity from the sun. With a PV-solution from SONNENKRAFT you are ensured a low maintenance installation and the option of rebate from your normal power supplier.

Diesel-engine generators

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

Diesel-engine generators (also known as gen-sets) consist of a diesel engine and a generator. Given that they provide an independent means of generating electricity, they are a popular choice at production sites in remote areas or as emergency power supplies for major banks, hospitals, airports and even entire towns or cities. Indeed, a number of ...

Gas-turbine power plants

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

In gas-turbine power plants, flammable gases are used to drive turbines. These turbines are in turn connected to generators which actually produce the electricity. In gas and steam combination power plants, the heat generated by the gas turbines is also used to produce steam for the steam turbines. Small gas power plants (socalled combined heat ...

Xtreme Power - Model PEAK Series - Power Management and Energy Storage Systems

by Xtreme Power Inc     based in Kyle, TEXAS (USA)

Our most flexible line of products, Xtreme Power’s PEAK Series are cost-efficient, highly reliable power management and energy storage systems designed to solve several of the problems plaguing today’s Power Generators, Grid Operators and Commercial Electricity Consumers — ranging from rising peak power delivery costs, growing ...

Steam power plants

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

In steam power plants, the thermal energy contained in water vapour is used to power a steam turbine which in turn drives the generator. In the process, conventional fuels such as oil, natural gas, hard coal or brown coal are used to fire the steam boiler. In coal-fired power plants, coal is the only fuel used, whereas waste incineration ...

Hydroelectric power plant:

by SAUER COMPRESSORS     based in Stevensville, MARYLAND (USA)

In hydroelectric power plants, the mechanical energy of the water is converted into electrical current using turbines and generators connected to them. Given that the effective head varies, a distinction is made between low, medium and high-pressure power plants. Similarly, there are run-of-river plants as well as storage plants (including ...

Model IQ3 - 3rd Generation IQ Intelligent Actuator

by Rotork plc     based in Bath, UNITED KINGDOM

For over 50 years Rotork have used innovation for designing reliable, flexible and robust valve actuators and control systems. Continuing our ethos of evolving design, the next generation IQ multi-turn actuator is now available. Reliability standards have been set even higher, it is simpler to commission and use and is unrivalled in its ability to ...

Electricity

by Organic Power Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

Syngas is blended with OPS pyrolysis waste-to-energy systems to generate renewable electricity. BTU output of syngas is documented at OPS to reach levels as high as 1,800 BTU/ft3 (natural gas only averages 1,000 BTU/ft3). Generators paired with the pyrolysis system create the electricity from syngas and automatically sends a minimum amount of ...

Steam Turbines

by OJSC Power Machines     based in Moscow, RUSSIA

More than 2150 steam turbines with the total capacity of 250 GW have been produced altogether. The steam turbines made by LMZ are under operation in 45 countries of the world. The steam turbines made by KTZ are under operation in 43 countries of the world. The first steam turbine manufactured by LMZ was put into operation in 1907.

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