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Impulse Steam Turbines

Impulse Steam Turbines

Modular designs ensure reliability and high performance

Designed for top thermodynamic and mechanical performance.

  • These small, reliable and energy-efficient steam turbines that can be customized to a wide range of applications in oil and gas, power generation and marine applications.

    These single-flow turbines have impulse blades for high reliability and efficiency over a broad range of operating conditions. Pre-engineered, field-proven stator and rotor components are optimized for the specific thermal cycle and entire operating range of each application.

    All our models are available in condensing or backpressure configurations, and we offer various inlet options with single and multi-valve configurations to satisfy all capacity requirements. The turbine exhaust can be either radial or axial. Low-pressure stage options include a large family of three-dimensional stages, and either variable or fixed speed capabilities with high speed/high efficiency families.

    MP/MC Series

    Covering applications up to 40 MW, our MP and MC series steam turbines feature multi valves, sliding and/or fixed pressure control, and axial or radial (up/down) exhaust. They accept frequent starts/stops, are optimized with balance of plant equipment, and have a grid valve for extraction/injection control.

    Boiler feed pump

    For these applications, we generally recommend MC units rated up to 30 MW. Their main characteristics are high reliability and efficiency over a broad speed range with modules available in single or dual admission. Their modular design enables a high degree of customization for large fossil power generation optimization.

    P/C Series

    With a power range up to 6 MW and speed range of 3,000 to 15,000 rpm, the P/C series is ideal for small mechanical drive applications. Like MP/MC, these units are highly reliable and efficient over a broad operating range, and can be used in backpressure or condensing configurations. The key differences from MP and MC are that P/C units are single valve.

    Our Impulse Steam Turbines are well-suited to industrial power generation (combined cycle, cogeneration, waste-to-energy, biomass), solar power generation, oil and gas applications (refinery, LPG, power generation) and for use as boiler feed pumps. All benefit from the large-scale testing capability at our facilities.

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