http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=cialis-overnight-delivery Turboden will supply a 5.5 MW combined heat and power unit to Starwood
The 5.5 MW CHP plant will be supplied by Turboden to Starwood Orman Ürünleri Sanayi A.Ş. for its biomass plant to be installed in Bursa, Turkey.
Turboden provides Organic Rankine Cycle plants up to 15 MW size for power generation and cogeneration, suitable for biomass-fired distributed power systems.
Brescia, September 15, 2015 – Turboden, a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), leader in Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) turbogenerators, for distributed power generation employing renewable sources and waste heat, signed an order with Starwood for a sale canadian viagra new 5.5 MW cogeneration plant in Bursa, Turkey.
http://buy-generic-clomid.com/clomid_warnings_precautions.html Starwood, leader company for the greatest volume of chipboard under a single roof, is specialized in producing thin MDF. Every day Starwood produces 3,300 cubic meters (m3) of chipboard and 750 cubic meters (m3) MDF in four chipboard production lines.
The Turboden ORC system will produce http://acrossaday.com/?search=free-accutane-powered-by-vbulletin 5.5 MW electric and 29.5 MW thermal.
The project is included in a bigger plant that calls for the expansion of Starwood MDF production facility in Bursa.
A 50 MWth biomass boiler fed by bark and chipboard production residues will supply heat for the rotary dryer and for the ORC, that will also produce hot water at 90°C for dryer purposes.
The ORC turbine, constructed by the new Turboden Turkish daughter company, Turboden Turkey ORC Turbo Jeneratör Sanayi Anonim Şirketi, recently established in Ankara, will grant Starwood the access to the local content related additional incentives offered by the Turkish Government for renewable energy generation.
A Turboden local service team, already active in the Turkish territory, will provide on-site works and after-sales services.
The integration of the ORC in an MDF production plant is an attractive application thanks to the possibility to produce a part of the own consumption of electricity of the plant and to implement cogeneration systems without significant changes to the typical MDF process scheme.
This solution has also the advantage of extremely low operation and maintenance costs and limited additional costs compared to the heat only solution, leading to an optimal pay back of the additional investment.
The effectiveness of this application is confirmed by the decennial operation of the first Turboden ORC unit supplied to an MDF production facility in Austria, Hallein, in operation since 2005.
The Starwood project is the third biomass plant in Turkey for Turboden, after the 1 MW ORC unit supplied to Kastamonu Entegre in Gebze and the 200 kW ORC unit installed in Bursa for Marmarabirlik, a further important step of Turboden advance in the Turkish market, not only for geothermal application but also for biomass exploitation.
Since 2011 Turboden has successfully delivered also two 5.3 MW waste-to-energy ORC units to ITC-KA Enerji Üretim Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş. in Mamak and a 3 MW geothermal unit to AFJET A.Ş. in Afyonkarahisar.
Recently other two large-sizes cogeneration power plants have been awarded.
A Turboden 5.5 MW CHP plant will be installed in a sawmill and pellet factory in Russia with the Spanish general contractor Prodesa Medioambiente, specialized in the supply of turnkey solutions for pellet production.
In this project, barks and waste branches will feed a thermal oil boiler, coupled with the Turboden ORC unit. The heat generated by the ORC system will feed, on the one hand, the drying chambers of the existing sawmill, that will be enlarged, and on the other, a pellet production line of 80,000 t/y.
A further CHP module will be installed in the Philippines, the first biomass large ORC plant in South-East Asia.
The unit will recover thermal power from the combustion of corn cob and rice husk to produce up to 5.8 MW electric.
The thermal power discharged by the ORC will be efficiently used to dry cereals: the ORC is flexibly designed to deliver high temperature water during rainy seasons and lower temperature water during dry seasons
In both projects, the customers will also rely on the capability of the Turboden ORC to work on island mode, i.e. to ensure electricity generation to feed the production process consumptions during power failures of the main grid.
Turboden 35 years’ experience in the design, implementation and service of ORC turbogenerators permitted to successfully delivered more than 245 cogeneration power plants worldwide, with a total power output of around 280 MW electric, thanks to the flexibility, reliability, high efficiency, ease of operation, low maintenance costs Turboden units are known for.