Turbines

Turbines

Discover the potential of turbines, essential devices for effective and efficient energy generation.

What is a Turbine?

A turbine is a mechanical device designed to convert the energy of a moving fluid, such as water or steam, into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy can then be used to generate electricity or power other machines.

Advantages of Turbines

Turbines offer numerous advantages for energy generation. Thanks to their efficiency in converting the energy of the moving fluid, turbines are widely used in hydroelectric power plants, thermal power plants, cogeneration plants, and other industrial applications. The use of turbines allows harnessing renewable energy sources and reducing the environmental impact of industrial operations.

Applications of Turbines

Turbines find application in various industries for electricity production. Hydraulic turbines are used in hydroelectric power plants to convert the kinetic energy of water into mechanical and electrical energy. Gas turbines are employed in thermal power plants to utilize the energy of combustible gases. Additionally, wind turbines are used to capture the kinetic energy of the wind and produce electricity.

How to Choose the Right Turbine

When selecting a turbine, carefully consider the available energy source (such as water, gas, or wind), the type of generator (such as hydroelectric generator, steam generator, or wind generator), electricity production capacity, and operational costs. Consider the specifications of your applications to find the ideal turbine to meet your energy generation needs.

Discover how turbines can ensure effective and efficient energy generation.

PVC Turbines for Water
From ½” to 2” meter size
Available with display and 4-20 mA output
All meters provides flow rate, accumulated total, and resettable total

 

Economical turbines for low viscosity and non-aggressive liquids.
High resolution thanks to the high number of pulses. The simple mechanical construction of the Vision sensor guarantees long life without loss of precision.

Low cost turbines for low viscosity and non-aggressive liquids.
High resolution thanks to the high number of pulses. The simple mechanical construction of the Vision sensor guarantees long life without loss of precision.

Fluid: Water.
Output signal: 4-20 mA.
Pressure Max: 25 Bar.
Steel body.

1/2 '', 3/4" or 1" threaded process connections

Low cost turbines for general applications for measurements of non-viscous and clean liquids. Flow rate defined by the nozzle used. Accuracy: +/- 2% Repeatability: +/- 0.25%

Small turbine for general applications designed mainly for coffee machines for domestic and non-domestic use. Thanks to its closing system the outlet nozzle can be positioned in 4 different positions.

Stainless steel turbines.
Range: 2.3 - 19.000 l / min
Size: from ½ "to 10"
Calilbration: Water
OUTPUT 4-20 mA OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL DISPLAY

Used for measurements of ammonia, caustic soda, acids, cleaning solutions, and other liquids for industrial applications. Process connections from 1/2 "to 2". In the series proposed here no analog or impulsive output.

Insertion meter with peek rotor with PFTE graphite bearings. Body entirely in AISI 316. The unique design of the rotor allows to extend the linear field of the meter from 0.3 to 10 m / sec.