The Micro Steam Turbine enables the firm to generate its own electricity at a low cost and with minimal waste of energy and resources. Smaller amounts of steam or small pressure differences are sufficient to generate electricity with the Micro Steam Turbine. The Micro Steam Turbine is not only significantly more compact than conventional steam turbines, is fully oil-free due to the absence of gear, and can be effortlessly integrated into existing processes and plants.
Small and medium-sized companies with lower-output steam systems can be found in the food, pharmaceutical, chemical, and textile industries, as well as energy suppliers. They can save a lot of energy using the Micro Steam Turbine. In the output range of up to 300 kW, the small steam turbine provides more electricity with the same fuel input as conventional steam turbines. Even in single-shift operation, electricity costs can be reduced due to the turbine’s low life-cycle costs.
The micro steam turbine replaces a Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) in the steam system when placed in process facilities. The steam required for the Process is usually generated at high pressure in a steam boiler and then mechanically reduced to the required operating pressure by a Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV). The Micro Steam turbine, which is located between the steam boiler and the process, will generate up to 300 kW of power on a continuous basis.