Steam & Gas Turbines

Gas turbines are used for various industrial applications, such as simple and combined-cycle power generation plants, plants, mechanical drives, and district heating.

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Kelvion in steam gas turbines

A combined-cycle power plant uses both a gas and a steam turbine to achieve a higher level of efficiency, which reduces the environmental impact of the process. The waste heat from the gas turbine is used to produce steam, which runs a steam turbine to generate extra power from the same quantity of fossil fuel as a simple-cycle plant.

Powerful steam and gas turbines generate a lot of thermal output. Our heat exchangers help to guarantee a trouble-free power supply. For lubrication or seal oil, we offer different oil cooling solutions: either a single shell and tube heat exchanger or a 2x100% plate heat exchanger skid. Our condensers ensure utmost reliability and efficiency on the steam turbine cycle. And our compact modular radiators handle the thermal output of turbines sustainably. 

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