Turbine Filters

The filtration of the turbine engines is critical since it affects the operations and outcomes to a huge extent. If sub-micron solid, liquid particles, and dissolved contaminants such as water borne salt and air are not grasped and removed by the filters, they can easily enter the turbine engines, leading to compressor fouling and severe problems of blocking cooling routes, blade erosion and hot gas corrosion. Eventually, these problems result in lower power output, more fuel usage and more frequent replacements and repairs of high value components.

The high efficiency turbine filters are therefore, developed for the industries, to keep their turbines running smoothly in the long run. The durable and high quality turbine filters and filtration technology ensure the following:

  • Maintenance of the clean engine functionality
  • Minimization of the downtime
  • Minimization of maintenance costs with filter’s lifetime

The turbine filters’ thin, three layered composite captures the bigger contaminants, smaller pollutants and blocks the water droplets with its hydrophobic natural membrane, enabling only pure and clean air to pass through and enter the turbines. By avoiding the ingestion of soluble and dry contaminants, the turbine filter technology eliminates compressor fouling in the long run, and for the life time of the filter. Choose the best filters that ensure the best ROI in challenging or complicated applications, across industries.

Upgrading the turbine filers with hydrophobic technology has resulted in a huge value for rotating equipment users. These turbine filters have been developed to ensure a basic retrofit replacement of current filters, while in majority of cases, without filter house changes. The provide the biggest advantages to operators that run immediate and base load engines, and experiencing losses in terms of power output and compressor efficiency due to fouling. It is also idea for users seeking protection from the corrosion airing from salt ingestion.

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