Organic Rankine Cycle Turbines

Combined Heat and Power & Biomass Applications

Turboden's generators have been applied to both straight electricity generation, and cogeneration from biomass. Power output generally ranges between 400 kW and 2 MW, but can be designed in modules up to 10 MW.

Combined Heat and Power Standard Models

Turboden offers different standard models for CHP cogeneration:

  • TURBODEN 4 CHP - split: around 400 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 6 CHP - split: around 600 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 7 CHP - split: around 700 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 10 CHP - split: around 1000 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 14 CHP - split: around 1300 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 18 CHP - split: around 1800 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 22 CHP - split: around 2200 kW net active electric power

For further Turboden references, see Turboden’s website: http://www.turboden.eu/en/home/index.php

Heat Recovery

Proven technology, standard and unique solutions

Through our supplier Turboden designs and manufactures customised units for special applications or sizes including modules up to 10 MW.

They also supply a range of standard units suitable for producting electricity by recovering heat from:

  • diesel, gas or biogas engines
  • industrial boilers and processes
  • gas turbines
  • biomass boilers
  • municipal waste
  • ...and any heat source that can generate hot thermal oil for use in the ORC

Some Examples

  • Heat Recovery Unit from an incinerator in Belgium
  • Heat Recovery Units from internal combustion engines in Italy

Heat Recovery Standard Models

  • TURBODEN 4 HR - around 400 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 6 HR - around 600 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 7 HR - around 700 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 10 HR - around 1000 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 14 HR - around 1300 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 18 HR - around 1800 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 22 HR - around 2200 kW net active electric power
  • TURBODEN 27 HR - around 2700 kW net active electric power

For further Turboden references, see Turboden’s website: http://www.turboden.eu/en/home/index.php

High Efficiency

New Units for Electricity Generation and Cogeneration

Turboden has recently developed new models of turbogenerators that perform at high levels of electrical efficiency. HRS models can operate both in 'electricity-only' regime, maximising the electrical output, and in 'cogeneration', with the opportunity to provide heat from the condensing to any thermal load.

HRS Standard Models

Turboden offers three different HRS units:

  • TURBODEN 12 HRS - split: up to 1,112 kW net active electric power production
  • TURBODEN 24 HRS - split: up to 2,224 kW net active electric power production
  • TURBODEN 50 HRS – split: up to 5,000kW net active electric power production

PureCycle®

PureCycle® generates up to 272kW (gross) electrical power from low to medium temperature heat sources with zero emissions using an Organic Rankine Cycle Turbine. Systems are suited to using low temperature process waste heat, thermal oil in sawmills, pressurised water or low pressure steam.

  • PureCycle Product Card
  • PureCycle Manufacturing Capability
  • PureCycle Service Plan to Meet Your Needs
  • PureCycle Provides Renewable Energy from Oil and Gas Fields

Visit Pratt & Whitney's web site here to watch how the PureCycle works.

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