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Peerless-Aarding|15 March 2018

Gas Turbine Exhaust Ducts

Exhaust ducts are predominantly applied as a transition between diffuser and diverter systems, or between the diverter system and HRSG (inlet ducts).

Exhaust ducts are predominantly applied as a transition between diffuser and diverter systems, or between the diverter system and HRSG (inlet ducts).

Our Peerless-Aarding brand gas turbine exhaust duct is engineered using the latest cold casing design, adapted to your operational conditions. With premium materials and decades of experience, we deliver custom-made solutions designed to prevent cracks and damages on duct walls, while exceeding both thermal and acoustical processes based on local and governmental requirements.

Benefits

  • Low total cost of ownership
  • High value and reliable systems designed to meet both thermal (maximum surface temperatures) and acoustical (noise level) requirements
  • Optimal efficiency and performance by accommodating high gas flows and start-stop operations
  • Maximum uptime

Features

  • Turning vanes
  • Fast opening and closing access doors
  • Compensator connection flanges

The current market environment is pushing the operational conditions of industrial gas turbine systems to the limit.
Burgess-Aarding atmospheric vent silencers are typically used in conjunction with a relief, safety or start-up type value, emitting almost zero gas.
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