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Turgo Impulse Turbines

by Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd     based in Kendal, UNITED KINGDOM

The Turgo Impulse turbine was developed by Gilkes to be a simple impulse type machine with a higher specific speed than a Pelton. The design therefore allows a larger jet of water to be directed at an angle onto the runner.

Streamline Turbine

by Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd     based in Kendal, UNITED KINGDOM

Gilkes new Streamline range of Pelton turbines designed from the ground up for the sub-500kW market have been engineered to provide a rugged, efficient and reliable addition to our existing range of Pelton turbines. The Gilkes Streamline range has been fully re-designed in-house using our high performance runners to maximise efficiency and at the ...

Francis Turbines

by Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd     based in Kendal, UNITED KINGDOM

Gilkes Francis Turbines are available as either horizontal or vertical units. The water enters the spiral, or scroll case, and is directed by a series of moveable guide vanes, or wicket gates, to the turbine runner. As the water passes through the runner it rotates and the water pressure drops. Water is then discharged through a draft tube into ...

Pelton Turbines

by Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd     based in Kendal, UNITED KINGDOM

The Pelton Wheel maintains a high efficiency over a wide flow range. Whenever possible two or more jets are specified. This increases the high efficiency flow range. Every Gilkes turbine is selected and optimised to your site conditions in order to provide the best annual energy production figures. Pelton turbines are medium to high head free jet ...

Zollern - Vertical Bearings

by Zollern GmbH & Co. KG     based in Sigmaringen, GERMANY

Zollern Vertical Bearings are designed to meet a wide range of application requirements. They are based on the state of art technology as well as structural studies and analysis, which guarantee their design reliability. The bearing housing are finned and manufactured with modular cast iron type GGG40, thus being provided with high mechanical ...

Zollern - Bearings for High Thrust Loads

by Zollern GmbH & Co. KG     based in Sigmaringen, GERMANY

These bearings were designed to support very huge thrust loads as high as 2.500 kN or more. The are marketed under the ZT-line and they are equipped with trapezoidal thrust tilting pads. Beside this ZT-line there are also special tailor made designs to fullfill customer’s hard working conditions and limited spaces.

Model MJT series - Hydropower Generators

by Marelli Motori S.p.A     based in Arzignano, ITALY

Synchronous and Asynchronous generators suitable for hydropower applications.Voltage from 380V to 15kV.Frame size 250 to 1250 mm Steel frames.Low and medium voltage.Standards: IEC 60034-1 - CEI EN 60034-1 - BS 4999-5000 - VDE 0530 - NF 51-100, 111 - OVE M-10 - NEMA MG 1.22.MarelliGenerators low voltage machines is conforming to EU rules and is CE ...

Hydropower Plant

by Obermeyer Hydro, Inc.     based in Fort Collins, COLORADO (USA)

Extra head, provided by Obermeyer gates, results in increased power production by maintaining maximum allowable pond elevations at all times. Although head can be increased temporarily by use of flashboards, our gates offer many advantages: The 1 to 3 foot margins typically required to cause failure of flashboards cause unnecessary upstream ...

Small-Scale Hydropower Plants

by ANDRITZ Energy & Environment GmbH     based in Raaba bei Graz, AUSTRIA

The ANDRITZ HYDRO Compact Hydro Division is the world leader in products and services for small and medium-sized hydroelectric power plants up to a unit output of 10 MW for axial and Kaplan turbines and an output of 30 MW for Francis and Pelton turbines. Compact Hydro stands for “water to wire” solutions based on pre-designed modular ...

GUGLER - Model Kaplan - Water Turbines for Small Hydropower Plants

by GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH     based in Goldwörth, AUSTRIA

The classic for the low head ranges and high flow rates. Available up to an output of 5 MW. Standardized design, highest efficiency and precision workmanship guarantee exceptional profitability and a long lifetime.

GUGLER - Model Francis - Water Turbines for Small Hydropower Plants

by GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH     based in Goldwörth, AUSTRIA

Available up to an output of 15 MW. Standardized design and highest efficiency guarantee exceptional profitability and a long lifetime.

GUGLER - Model Pelton - Water Turbines for Small Hydropower Plants

by GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH     based in Goldwörth, AUSTRIA

Pelton Turbines are used for higher heads and a smaller flows. They are exposed to enormous forces due to the high pressure application. Highest quality, from the raw materials to the manufacture, is therefore of outmost importance.

GUGLER - Model Micro - Water Turbines for Small Hydropower Plants

by GUGLER Water Turbines GmbH     based in Goldwörth, AUSTRIA

GUGLER Water Turbines has also developed a programme for micro plants with an output range of 5 to 50 KW. Pelton turbines, single and multi-jet. Francis spiral turbines, vertical. Kaplan bulb turbines. mobile and stationary design. It is needless to say, that also in this category we offer our proven and renowned quality starting from the design ...

Stevens PAT - Position Analog Transmitter - Shaft Encoder

by Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc.     based in Portland, OREGON (USA)

The Position Analog Transmitter (PAT) is a stand-alone water level shaft encoder. The PAT is ideal for industrial and hydropower application with a 4-20 mA output. A precision potentiometer is the measuring element, and a number of ranges are available, depending on gear selection.

Hydro Power Stations

by Tuba Turbine GmbH     based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY

Hydropower plants harness water's energy and use simple mechanics to convert that energy into electricity. Hydropower plants are actually based on simple concept water flowing through a dam turns a turbine, which turns a generator. Here are the basic components of a conventional hydropower plant. Hydropower is considered a renewable energy ...

Small Hydro Power Plants

by CINK Hydro - Energy k. s.     based in Sadov, CZECH REPUBLIC

CINK Hydro-Energy is your partner in designing and constructing complete hydropower stations

Modernization and Renewal

by ANDRITZ Energy & Environment GmbH     based in Raaba bei Graz, AUSTRIA

About 50% of the primary and secondary technologies installed in hydropower plants all over the world are older than 30 years. The market for modernizations, rehabilitation and capacity increases of installed hydropower equipment is mainly concentrated in Europe and North America. The ANDRITZ HYDRO Service & Rehab Division provides solutions, ...

Water Intake Systems

by Sorgent.e Srl     based in Padova, ITALY

Through its own operating structures and the synergy between its resources and external partners, STE energy is able to design and implement mechanical and hydraulic cut-off systems for hydropower plants.

Obermeyer Hydro - Water Turbines

by Obermeyer Hydro, Inc.     based in Fort Collins, COLORADO (USA)

Obermeyer Hydro designs and manufactures patented gates and bulkheads that incorporate arrays of compact submersible turbine generator sets. These systems comprise complete hydropower plants that may be installed in existing water control structures without cofferdam construction, without excavation work nor associated geologic risk, and without ...

Heidemann - Micro Hydro Stations For Remote Areas

by Heidemann Wasserkraftanlagen     based in Burladingen, GERMANY

Building a hydropower plant, even small hydro plants, in almost all cases is a project which requires a larger investment. Again the omnipresent question of feasibility often rules out minor projects even if the realization would be a success for the area. Not the production of electricity only but as well operating pumping stations and water ...

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