STREN TURBINE AND ITS REFERENCE IN THE WORLD:
A traditional rubber company founded in 1905, known as MATADOR, now part of a multinational group Continental. When producing rubber, saturated steam exhaust is used in the vulcanization and subsequently waste steam is used for heating and warming of water. Unusable waste heat is discharged. Using the waste heat, steam turbine produces electricity and can cover their own electricity usage.
- There is a reduction of vapour pressure of the values from 15 to 24 bar to a pressure of 6 bar at a flow 8 t / hr. and 160 kW, occasionally up to 200 kW according to the actual amount of their own electricity consumption.
- Equipment for turbine system is made within 2 months and ready to use after three weeks.
As part of Veolia Energy Czech Republic - Central Bohemian region, The Heating Plant in Karviná produces in combined cycle and supplies heat and electricity for households and corporations in Karviná city. The region achieved a turnover of CZK 1.8 billion in the year 2013. The control valve reducing steam pressure was successfully replaced by a steam turbine with high efficiency to work with low-potential heat, for both dry and wet steam, and capable of quickly responding to changes in power requirements. The plant managed process optimization, and fulfilled the company's priorities in the field of environmental friendliness, by cogeneration production of electricity and heat.
- Turbine with an output of 100 kW is used throughout the year at the average 90 kW power, triggered mainly selectively in peak periods of electricity consumption. Works with pressures in the range of 9.5 to 6.5 bar at a flow rate of 7 t / hr.
- Implemented within 2 months.
- Zygmunt Recman, the engineer of project implementation Teplárna in Karviná, evaluated the turbine as a unique device. That is why the company Dalkia (Veolia today) focused on cooperating with the supplier during the development of this turbine, it is the only one of its kind in the world.
The company produces steam for drying purposes by the combustion of residues from wastewater treatment plants during the mucipal waste processing.
- Drying leads to the two-stage reduction of steam pressure from 10 to 1.1 bar at a flow rate of 4.5 t / h using the equipment output 2 x 90 kW connected in cascade with simultaneous production of electrical energy in the year-round operation.
- The manufacture and launch of two turbines took place within 4 months.
One of Australia's largest suppliers of certified hardwood and softwood offering a range of products including flooring, construction, furniture and decorative wood. The steam is used primarily for processing and drying of wood. The aim is to use the power of steam produced during the combustion of wastes from the production.
- Year-round operation in automatic mode according to the availability of steam at 80 kW. Electricity production not only for own consumption.
- Production of turbines lasted two months, including installation, ready to use in 2 weeks.