GE Triveni to supply two steam turbines to Thermax

GE Triveni to supply two steam turbines to Thermax
GE’s joint venture with Triveni Turbine Ltd, GE Triveni Ltd (GETL) has been selected by Thermax, for the supply of two advanced steam turbines of 40MW each. This is for a new 80MW distributed power plant that will generate power for the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), and will be used at its new three million ton per annum integrated steel plant in Central India. The project is expected to commence generation by mid-2015.
GETL will supply two GET six steam turbines, which will boost the site’s energy production by 80 MW. In addition, GETL will also provide the complete design and engineering support to the EPC team for this project. The steam turbine is a packaged high-speed turbine deploying what is known as impulse and reaction hybrid technology, which optimises efficiency of the turbines.
This combination of impulse and reaction technologies allows higher efficiency of steam energy recovery with greater operational flexibility. The customised steam path in these advanced turbines is designed to handle high volumes of inlet flow as well as high volumes of extraction flow due to specially designed internal control valves. The turbine technology centres on optimising the hybrid blade path, offers a better trade off between cost and efficiency for customers, a company statement said. Banmali Agrawala, President and Chief Executive Officer, Energy Businesses of GE in India said, “We are committed to supplying technology that can help India produce the energy it needs to sustain its dynamic economic growth and help support an improved quality of life for its citizens. Both GE and Triveni Turbine Ltd are known for their world-class manufacturing and testing facilities along with service excellence and have created GETL to join forces and share their expertise. ”
Dhruv M. Sawhney, Chairman, Triveni Turbine said, “This association will help GETL to connect their customers to our products and also enable GETL to tackle challenges in new, innovative ways.”

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GE Triveni to supply two steam turbines to Thermax

GE Triveni to supply two steam turbines to Thermax
GE’s joint venture with Triveni Turbine Ltd, GE Triveni Ltd (GETL) has been selected by Thermax, for the supply of two advanced steam turbines of 40MW each. This is for a new 80MW distributed power plant that will generate power for the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), and will be used at its new three million ton per annum integrated steel plant in Central India. The project is expected to commence generation by mid-2015.
GETL will supply two GET six steam turbines, which will boost the site’s energy production by 80 MW. In addition, GETL will also provide the complete design and engineering support to the EPC team for this project. The steam turbine is a packaged high-speed turbine deploying what is known as impulse and reaction hybrid technology, which optimises efficiency of the turbines.
This combination of impulse and reaction technologies allows higher efficiency of steam energy recovery with greater operational flexibility. The customised steam path in these advanced turbines is designed to handle high volumes of inlet flow as well as high volumes of extraction flow due to specially designed internal control valves. The turbine technology centres on optimising the hybrid blade path, offers a better trade off between cost and efficiency for customers, a company statement said. Banmali Agrawala, President and Chief Executive Officer, Energy Businesses of GE in India said, “We are committed to supplying technology that can help India produce the energy it needs to sustain its dynamic economic growth and help support an improved quality of life for its citizens. Both GE and Triveni Turbine Ltd are known for their world-class manufacturing and testing facilities along with service excellence and have created GETL to join forces and share their expertise. ”
Dhruv M. Sawhney, Chairman, Triveni Turbine said, “This association will help GETL to connect their customers to our products and also enable GETL to tackle challenges in new, innovative ways.”

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