Gas Turbine Evaporative Cooling
As the global demand for energy rises, the role that gas turbines play in energy production will be more and more important. Gas turbines are convenient, modular and flexible, and are suitable for continuous duty, standby and for peaking duty.
They can make an excellent contribution in addressing the global demand for an increased energy baseload capacity. Gas turbine technology works according to the laws of physics. so rising ambient temperatures will have a negative effect on gas turbine power output. Munters has a cure for those 'summertime blues'.
Our well-established and tested technologies counter the effects of ambient temperature on gas turbine output. These technologies can be applied to newbuilds as well as being retrofitted. Knowing which one will work best for you requires Munters extensive experience in how humidity, temperature and air interact. Not only the desired cooling needs to be provided cost-effectively, but the technology also needs to be flexible and without adverse downstream effects such as pressure loss or corrosion.
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