Anti-Icing Upgrade

Inlet icing can occur on LM series turbines at temperatures less than 40˚F (4.4˚C) and humidity greater than 65%. Ice formation can lead to restrictions in the inlet system resulting in possible damage to package and turbine equipment.

  • Availability
  • Reliability

What Can Upgrading Do for You?

  • Anti-icing system prevents ice related internal damage to engine blades, reducing turbine downtime and repair times. 
  • Anti-Icing system controls are automated to run only when ice is detected. 
  • Increased efficiencies and power outputs.

How we get you there

  • Waste heat from the combustion inlet air is used to heat the inlet air by 10 to 40°F above ambient temperature, preventing icing.
  • The waste heat recovery system is a skid placed alongside the turbine, consisting of:
    • Pump system using a closed loop of glycol-water
    • Chilling coils
    • Air filter house
    • Heat Exchanger connected to the combustion inlet air Waste Heat Recovery Unit (WHRU)
  • Control logic allows system to be idle if icing is not present and to activate when icing detected. There are 4 total states: idle, anti-icing, air-purge, and full purge.

Applicable Turbine Models

  • LM6000, LM2500, LM5000, LMS 100, LM1600, TM2500

To see pricing informationrequest a quote.

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