Gas gen set TM2500
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Characteristics

Motor type
gas, turbine
Portability
stationary
Frequency
50 Hz, 60 Hz
Applications
emergency, for construction sites
Options and accessories
outdoor
Power in kVA

32,500 kW, 33,300 kW, 33,700 kW, 36,000 kW (44,187.69 hp)

Sound level

Max.: 90 dB

Min.: 10 dB

Description

Introducing one of the world’s most modular, reliable, and experienced mobile gas turbines. With more than 20 years of experience and 300 units installed around the world, the TM2500 is a proven solution for providing a baseload bridge to permanent power installations or for generating backup power in the wake of natural disasters, plant shutdowns, grid instability or isolated locations. Get the power you need—fast—with GE's TM2500 mobile aeroderivative gas turbine generator set. Our mobile solutions—including trailer-mounted gas turbine generator set and containerized balance of plant—can put power on the grid within 30 days of contract signature. Helping business in Lombok thrive Get an inside look at how the TM2500 transformed one Indonesian island, improving access to electricity for Lombok’s 3 million residents. The TM2500 can operate on a wide variety of fuels including gas, LPG and/or distillate liquid fuel. With installation and commissioning in as few as 11 days, a TM2500 can help you respond quickly to emergency situations—or help generate back up power during natural disaster relief, plant shutdowns or grid instability. With 37% efficiency (higher than most grids), and the ability to add 34-37MW of power as your need increases, the TM2500 can grow as you need it to. The TM2500 has more than 300 units deployed worldwide and over 6 million hours of operating experience.

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