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Condensing Steam Turbine

The condensing turbine can use the total energy of the inlet steam flow to a maximum extent. This type of steam turbine is used in power plants that are highly reliable to meet the power generation requirements.

Types of Condensing Steam Turbine :
  • Straight Condensing
  • Uncontrolled Extraction Condensing
  • Controlled Extraction Condensing
  • Double Extraction Condensing
  • Injection Condensing
  • Reheat Condensing
Key Design Features :
  • Customised, efficient and compact design turbines with Integral oil tank.
  • One/Multiple bleed provision at predetermined stage to extract steam.
  • Horizontally split single cylinder turbine.
Key Design Features:
  • Exhaust casing with provision for Radial/Axial exhaust orientation
  • Hydraulically operating quick closing Stop and Emergency valve with integral stainless steel steam strainer
  • Provision for single/double controlled extractions and multiple uncontrolled extraction points
Key Design Features:
  • Flanged port/s provision on turbine casing for steam extraction/s
  • Single piece forged alloy steel rotor - Dynamically balanced at full speed
  • Alloy steel turbine blades shrouded/free standing
Key Design Features:
  • Tilting pad type Journal & Thrust bearing 10. Turbine skid insulation Ceramic blanket type insulation (CAT-9)
  • Electro Hydraulic Governing system as per NEMA with or without GRID synchronization
  • Flexible couplings as per API 671
  • Machine vibration monitoring and protection as per API 670
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Technical Data :
  • Power Output - Up to 100 MWe
  • Inlet Steam Pressure - Up to 140 Bar (a)
  • Inlet Steam Temperature - Up to 545 deg C
Typical Application :
  • Combined Heat and Power
  • Power Generation
  • Mechanical Drives
Typical Segments :
  • Steel
  • Cement
  • Sugar & Distillery
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Combined Cycle based IPPs
  • Fertilizers
  • Biomass based IPPs
Typical Segments :
  • Food Processing
  • Petroleum Refineries
  • Chemicals
  • Petrochemicals
  • Oil & Gas (API)
  • Waste to Energy based IPPs
  • Coal based IPPs
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