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Steam power plants, coal-fired power plants, waste incineration facilities

In steam power plants, the thermal energy contained in water vapour is used to power a steam turbine which in turn drives the generator. In the process, conventional fuels such as oil, natural gas, hard coal or brown coal are used to fire the steam boiler. In coal-fired power plants, coal is the only fuel used, whereas waste incineration facilities can also use treated waste in order to generate electricity.

What are Sauer Compressors used for?
  • Desulphurisation
  • Removing fuel residues (soot blowing)
  • NOx treatment
  • Cooling the turbines using hydrogen
Who are Sauer Compressors’ customers?
  • Power-plant operators
  • Turbine manufacturers
  • Engineering offices
  • Contractors
Which Sauer product ranges are used?

Product ranges: MISTRAL, PASSAT, HURRICANE, 6000
Variants: Basic, ComSilent
Volumetric flow: 100–1000 m³/hr
Pressure range: 15–250 bar (g)
Medium: Air, hydrogen

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