Gas Turbine Filtration Division

Gas Turbine Filtration Division - Energy & Electric Utilities
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Energy & Electric Utilities




Dust, carbon, sand, insects, fog, rain, salt spray… just some of the contaminants that can impair the performance of a gas turbine used for generating power in the Energy & Electric Utility sector.

Often located in industrial areas near other combustion sources, power plants frequently operate in an atmosphere containing high levels of small particulate. Even rural locations can be subjected to large amounts of particulate, usually related to seasonal agricultural processes.

These contaminants can significantly reduce turbine performance – resulting in frequent maintenance and costly downtime. To ensure your turbines continue to run at optimum efficiency, PARKER can provide a clearcurrent inlet protection system tailored to your operating environment.

Drawing from 50 years of innovative research and development, PARKER clearcurrent® gas turbine inlet systems are designed exclusively for gas turbines. These protection systems are developed for specific environmental conditions – such as coastal, desert and dusty regions, high or low humidity and areas with high or low levels of particulate.

Along with filter housings, we supply turbine inlet cooling, ventilation systems, acoustic packages and air quality services. Inlet cooling can provide additional power where needed, implemented either with a new unit or as a retrofit, PARKER can provide a solution to fit your needs. Our service packages can diagnose environments to drive decisions to gain the best out of your gas turbine.

North & South America

Gas Turbine Filtration Division
11501 Outlook Street
Suite 100
Overland Park
KS
United States
66211
+1 (800) 821-2222
+1 (816) 353-1873
CLARCOR_GTI-Filtration@parker.com

 

United Kingdom

3 Omega Park
Alton
GU34 2QE
+44 (0) 1420 541188
+44 (0) 1420 541298

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