steam turbines Equipment in Paraguay

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CTMI Steam Turbines - Model PS and MS Series - Steam Turbines

by Chola Turbo Machinery International Pvt Ltd     based in Bangalore, INDIA

CTMI offers Single stage and Multistage Steam Turbines models that cover the range of Power from 5 kW to 30000 kW. Single stage turbines have been a fixture in most of the process industries meeting their process requirements and also serving with Power. CTMI also offers one of its kind Single Stage Condensing Turbines.High fuel and high energy ...

Siemens - Model SST-9000 - Steam Turbine

by Siemens Power Generation     based in Erlangen, GERMANY

Steam turbines of the SST-9000 series are typically operated in power plants with a power output of up to 1,900 MW. They feature a double flow high-pressure (S) cylinder and up to 3 double flow low-pressure (L) cylinders with shrunk on disk rotors for 25 and 30 Hz.

Siemens - Model SST-050 Series - Steam Turbines

by Siemens Power Generation     based in Erlangen, GERMANY

The SST-050 (formerly known as AF or BF series) is a single-stage, back pressure steam turbine in which the flow passes axially through the blading. It is mainly used as a power source for pumps or fans and especially as a stand-by unit with quick-start capability.

Elliott - Model YR - Steam Turbines

by Elliott Group     based in Jeannette, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Elliott YR steam turbines are globally renowned for performance in a wide range of services.They are known for quality, reliability, and adaptability, operating for decades in conditions ranging from humid tropical heat and rainfall to freezing icy tundra and snowfall. Around the world, YR turbines are on the job driving pumps, compressors, fans, ...

Hitachi - Steam Turbines

by Hitachi Power Systems Canada Ltd.     based in Saskatoon, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA)

HITACHI has supplied more than 1200 highly efficient and reliable steam turbines in the past 70 years. We specialize in large steam turbines between 100MW and 1450MW for both thermal (sub-critical and super critical) and Nuclear applications. Hitachi has 30-years of Nuclear Power Plant Design & Manufacturing Experience. During this time ...

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.

ICM - Steam Turbines

by ICM, Inc.     based in Colwich, KANSAS (USA)

With ICM’s steam turbine, your plant can harness the energy created by the let-down process and turn it into usable electrical power to help meet your plant’s energy requirements. The turbine takes advantage of steam that is already being produced by the plant’s boilers by replacing the pressure-reducing valve in the line to the ...

Steam Turbine

by Biogas Direct LLC     based in Sauk City, WISCONSIN (USA)

Large amounts of biogas (for example by using waste from food processors) can be used to produce steam. Steam can be used as heat or to turn a steam turbine which is able to produce electric power.

Arnold - Steam Turbine

by Arnold Group     based in Filderstadt, GERMANY

It is by far not so difficult to insulate gigantic steam turbines as frequently supposed. Provided you have the adequate know-how, expertise and motivation together with innovative minds to create solutions ? this translates amazingly easily into implementing complex tasks. Arnold GmbH boasts many years of experience in the field of flexible ...

Steam Turbines

by Tuba Turbine GmbH     based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY

A steam turbine is a device that converts the heat energy in captured, pressurized steam, and converts it to mechanical energy. A steam turbine generator works by heating water to extremely high temperatures until it is converted into steam, then the steam energy is used to rotate the blades of a turbine to create mechanical or rotational energy. ...

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