Titan 250 gas turbine systems are described and illustrated in this free brochure for oil and gas production, natural gas transmission and distribution, or power generation.
They are emphasized to produce 50% more power in the same footprint as Titan 130. The gas turbines are cited “with best-in-class 40% shaft efficiency, saving on fuel and reducing emissions.”
Titan 250 operates on a broad range of gaseous and liquid fuels. It’s engineered for tough environments including “remote sites, farther offshore, and deeper waters.”
Its’ 16-stage compressor produces a 24:1 pressure ratio. Coated components provide corrosion resistant surfaces. Four-piece, split-case design allows for easy field maintenance while variable guide vanes and stators permit smooth, reliable starting and stopping.
Titan 250’s 14 dry, lean-premixed SoLoNOx injectors use less fuel than conventional injectors to provide lower emissions. A two-stage gas producer features internally air-cooled first and second stage nozzle vanes as well as internally cooled first stage rotor blades. This design provides cylindrical blade tips and rub-tolerant coating for improved control, to avoid downtime.
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