STEAM TURBINE POWER
Air-Cooled Condensers are placed outside of the unit and use the circulation of open air flow to provide cooling by condensing the steam exhaust and returning the condensate into the boiler without water loss. This is a popular, easy-to-install, cost effective Condenser option often found in waste to energy plants.
Evaporation/Contact Condensers can be installed either indoors or outdoors depending upon the conditions. These condensers operate at a lower temperature and function by bringing the coolant into contact with vapor.
EXTRACTION TURBINE POWER
Extraction turbines have openings in the casing to extract variable portions of steam at different pressures before condensing the remaining steam.
Electricity that offsets operational costs
Power from Steam Extraction
GAS TURBINE POWER
Gas turbines provide the ability to convert liquid gases or natural gas into energy.