Steam turbine STF 200 series
for power generationsingle-casingsingle-shaft

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Characteristics

Type
steam
Applications
for power generation
Other characteristics
single-shaft, horizontal shaft, single-casing
Rated power kW

Min.: 50 kW (67.98 hp)

Max.: 300,000 kW (407,886.35 hp)

Description

The STF-A200 and STF-D250 (MT) non-reheat steam turbines provide superior value in renewable and industrial applications, by combining a modern steam path with the flexibility of a fully modular turbine architecture 30 years experience 10,000+ starts and rapid transients Up to 42% efficiency Efficiency, flexibility adapted to your plant High efficiency The STF-A200 and STF-D250 non-reheat steam turbines offer outstanding performance in biomass, waste-to-energy and industrial applications, using GE’s latest generation of 3D reaction blading, advanced rear stages, and high-performance gland and interstage sealing technology Configuration flexibility The fully modular architecture of the A200 and D250 allows the configuration of each turbine for even the most demanding applications. Options include scroll or nozzle control inlets, multiple controlled extractions, and condensing, district heating or back pressure type exhausts. Optimized for integration The STF-A200 non-reheat steam turbine is available in a fully assembled, frame mounted configuration to reduce installation time. Low level installation capability and a simplified foundation interface further lower the total installed cost. STF-A200 and STF-D250 non-reheat platform A versatile platform suitable for biomass, waste-to-energy or other renewable steam power applications as well as for combined cycle steam tails or complex industrial co-generation applications in either 50 or 60 Hz grids.
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