Newsletter | June 13, 2024

06.13.24 -- Vestas Wins 68 MW Order In Austria


Online Silica Analyzer At PPL Power Plant Pays For Itself In Three Days

Silica analyzers in modern power plants keep operators aware of harmful silica concentrations in the water-steam turbine cycle. In the boiler, silica forms silicate deposits that interfere with heat transfer and are very difficult to remove. In the turbine, silica deposits on the blades and causes drastic decreases in efficiency. Power plants with high pressure boilers closely monitor silica concentrations to avoid these problems.


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