Turbine Spare Parts

 

 TURBINE SPARE PARTS

 TURBINE SPARE PARTS

TURBINE SPARE PARTS:

With our decades of experience, we can supply any Steam Turbine part based on our re-engineering capabilities.

  • Rotor
  • Stator / Diaphragm
  • Blades
  • Bearings
  • Valves
  • Seals
  • Casing

 

Turbine Spare Parts

 

Gas Turbine Parts:

Fast Basic Guide about Components

Gas turbine parts are essentially identical, but due to the difference in terminology for each manufacturer, the naming process of gas turbine parts varies slightly. Generally, there are mainly three items regarded as gas turbine parts: a compressor, a combustion engine, and a turbine plus other parts such as rotors, casings, and auxiliary components. Now, we are going to talk about what gas turbines are and where they are used. Later on, at Liquid, you will find more about gas turbine parts, Non-OEM gas turbine parts, gas turbines in aircraft as well as air compressor and combustor.

 

Super Radiant Coil (SRC) Technology Advantages:

• Increased heat transfer area / reduce volume

• Shortened residence time

• Enhanced heat transfer

• Reduced tube metal temperature

• Reduced coking rate / increased Run Length

• Reduced selectivity loss during the run length • Avoidance of tube plugging

 

What is a gas turbine? Where is it used?

A gas turbine is a combustion engine capable of creating mechanical energy from converting natural gas or other liquid fuels. This energy then drives a generator to produce electrical power. In fact, a gas turbine has emerged as a reliable for power generation, transportation, and many other applications.

Regarding gas turbine applications, there are many types of gas turbines with a range of 1 to 10+ meters. Gas turbines come in a wide variety of forms, from moving tanks, jets, and helicopters to energy generation and industrial activities.


 

Turbine Spare Parts

 

How do gas turbine parts go together?

By looking at a gas turbine, you can see the combustion section, one of the very important gas turbine parts, which is between the compressor and the turbine flow direction. The fuel and the air are combined and burned in this way. Then, the hot exhaust passes the turbine and leaves the nozzle. We can consider two important roles performed by the nozzle. It is designed to make thrust by accelerating thrust generation via heat exhaust gas. Then the nozzle controls the engine’s mass flow.

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