Inproheat Industries offers heat recovery steam generators manufactured by Nooter/Eriksen.
A heat recovery steam generator absorbs waste exhaust from a combustion gas turbine for the purpose of heat recovery. The recovered steam is often used for power production, process heating or both of these. An effective heat recovery steam generator will significantly improve overall efficiency levels.
HRSGs from Nooter Eriksen are designed to meet regulatory codes like ASME, METI, and EN where needed and meet standard regulations relating to emissions and sound. Featuring a secure and insulated design that includes a vertical tube and a flow of exhaust that is horizontal, HRSGs are made in conjunction with a field analysis of the system site to account for any relevant project restrictions that need attention. This leads to a reduced installation cost and a more optimized system.
Known for their high durability and consistent operation, these heat recovery steam generators contain several design elements to maintain their quality performance. Some of these enhancements include spring hangers that are designed to reduce pressure on coils, fast cycling with quick startup capabilities, and further cycling enhancements from added control over the thickness of components.
Longevity is key for Nooter Eriksen’s HRSGs. In order to prevent system issues and problems such as quenching in temperature or the presence of liquid carryover, steam temperatures are regulated. Further to that, they will offer pump replacement and continued support from their team of experts to quickly address any potential problems.
Heat recovery steam generators are most commonly used with power plants with specific applications that include the generation of electricity and process heating.