• ST-12-35
  • ST-30(40)-90
  • ST-60–90
  • ST-80–130
  • ST-140-130
  • C-25-90
  • C-60-90
  • C-100-90
  • C-180-130
  • C-180-130 for changeover of C-160-130
  • C-225-130
  • C-330-240
  • C-330-240 for changeover of C-300-240
  • Т-25-90
  • Т-50(60)-130
  • Т-90(100)-90(130)
  • Т-120-130
  • Т-175(185)-130
  • Т-35-15
  • C-50-15
  • C-270 - CCP-800
  • Т-130 (150) - CCP-450
  • C-120 (130) - CCP-400
  • C-70 (Т-50) - CCP-230
  • Т-35/55-70 - CCP-110
Turbine rotor shafts - the main bearing element for blade wheels, blades and other rotor assemblies
The blade wheel is a part of the turbine's rotor, consisting of a disk and rotor blades located on it, as a result of the interaction of which with the steam flow, its energy is converted into mechanical work.
The rotor of the steam turbine carries the rotor blades, which together with the fixed blading form the wheel space of the turbine, and transmits the torque arising from the circumferential force developed by the steam flow on the blades
The cylinder of a steam turbine is the main unit in which the internal energy of steam is converted into kinetic energy of the steam flow and then into mechanical energy of the rotor.
The stop valve block housing is the unit responsible for stopping steam from entering the turbine when it needs to be shut down quickly. When the stop valves are closed, the rotor speed should be reduced to zero, since the safety of the equipment depends on the timeliness of the turbine shutdown.
The purpose of the turbine blading is to convert the potential energy of the compressed steam into mechanical work. Depending on the operating conditions in the turbine, the length of its rotor blades can vary from few tens to one and a half thousand millimeters. On the rotor, the blades are arranged in stepwise, with a gradual increase in length and a change in the surface shape.
Diaphragms of the steam turbine are loop flows with nozzle rings in the channels in which the thermal energy of steam is converted into kinetic energy of its jets.