Air filtration systems for gas turbines have evolved from simple coarse solid particulate removal systems, to complex ones that remove solid, as well as liquid particles. As the demand for gas turbine thermal efficiency escalate; with firing temperatures increasing and machine tolerance decreasing, gas turbines become more sensitive to particles in the combustion air, thus requiring more efficient and reliable air filtration equipment.
Remove particles with filters from the intake air of turbomachines, prevent fouling and maximize both their performance and overall cost efficiency. By preventing corrosion of turbine blades and the build-up of dust deposits on compressor blades, they also improve reliability, eliminate unplanned downtime and reduce maintenance costs.
The filtration system protects the gas turbine from harmful debris in the ambient air, which can lead to issues such as FOD, erosion, fouling, and corrosion.