The extraction condensing turbines are used when a constant pressure steam flow has to be extracted for process purposes. The constructional characteristics of these steam turbines are very similar to condensing turbines From the second admission valve chest it is possible to inject low-pressure steam, available in the plant to supply the power required by the plant.
These turbines are typically used for co-generation where the turbine meets both the power and steam demand of the process plant. In these types of turbines, the power generated can be maintained more or less at a steady level despite variation in process steam demands. In some cases, it may be necessary to have both bleed and controlled extraction steams from the condensing turbine. These turbines are of bleed cum extraction condensing type.
|Model||Power kW||Inlet Pressure MAX||Inlet Temparature MAX||Exhaust Pressure||Speed|
|MS 42 EC||500-1750||67||500||VACC||~ 8750|
|MS 52 EC||1200-2500||67||500||VACC||~ 7500|
|MSK 42 EC||1500-2500||84||525||VACC||~ 6500|
|MSK 52 EC||2500-6500||84||525||VACC||~ 6500|
|MS 102 EC||6000-13500||105||540||VACC||~ 5500|
|MS 152 EC||13500-20000||105||540||VACC||~ 5500|
|MS 201 EC||20000-30000||105||540||VACC||~ 3000-5500|
|MS 251 EC||30000-45000||105||540||VACC||~ 5500|
|MS 301 EC||45000-60000||105||540||VACC||~ 5500|