Reduces steam pressure and generates electricity.
- It operates as well with saturated water vapour, resistant to large fluctuations in steam parameters.
- The fundamental innovation of steam turbine is using "brushes" instead of blades.
- Low-cost automated operation, without the need for a gearbox.
Integration into the steam system
Pipe diameters are determined by the operating parameters of the system. By default, the inlet pipe size DN100 and output size DN250.
The steam passes through the inlet pipe through the safety valve that ensures a reliable shutdown of the generator in case of failure, and then through the control valve to the pressurized part of the turbine. From here, the steam passes through a special nozzle into the rotor part, where it transmits its energy to the ramjet elements system formed by "brushes". After the steam energy is passed to the ramjet elements, it flows out through the central part of the turbine wheel to the outlet pipe, for further use in production and heating.
The revolutionary patented solutions of strained elements allows for running sets at low speeds that match the frequency of the network, without any special investment in operationally a significantly costly gearbox.
Whilst operating the turbine, the water condenses and is removed by using automatic water separators located at the lower part of the turbine.
The set is equipped with an independent oil system, which ensures cooling and lubrication of the turbine bearings.
The kinetic energy of the turbine is converted into electricity by using the asynchronous generator, which operates in parallel mode with the grid.
Automatic regulation of starting the turbine and secure connection of generator to the distribution network. Operational monitoring of all parts ensured by PLC SIEMENS SIMATIC. Operation control is provided via an HMI touch screen or via remote control system.