This is the third article in the “Tech Series”. It talks about our flagship Energy Conservation Turbine ECT-TM. For us at TurboTech, it’s a daily affair to use the BLISK in our Energy Conservation Turbine (ECT-TM), machined as one piece, with blades and disks integral. Read to know more and let us know your thoughts in the comments section!
The term “BLISK” is an acronym composed of the words “blade” and “disk” (from Bladed Disk), which is a single part, instead of an assembly of a disk and individual, removable blades. Even though it’s fairly old technology and was introduced in 1980’s, the use of it is predominantly limited to the high precision aviation industry, to have enhanced reliability and safety.
For us at TurboTech, it’s a daily affair to use the BLISK in our Energy Conservation Turbine (ECT TM), machined as one piece, with blades and disks integral.
Even though with many advantages, it is laborious, expensive and an exhaustive quality control is required to ensure reliable performance, especially when small in size.
We at TurboTech know how to overcome these limitations, confirming our turbines with high aerodynamic efficiency, reliability and safety, guaranteeing best life cycle value to our customers.
One of the predominant accolades that we hear often is, “TurboTech is like a university of Turbomachinery in itself”, this humbles us and motivates us to strive for better innovation-led technology in the field.
Today, we have fully indigenous design for saturated and superheated steam applications ranging from a 20 kW to 5500 kW in various modes of Straight Back Pressure, Straight Condensing, Extraction / Bleed cum Back Pressure, as well as Extraction / Bleed cum Condensing.
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