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ALFAGOMMA INDUSTRIAL HOSE RANGE INCLUDES: LONG LENGTH from 6mm to 25mm PVC & TPR PRESSURE from 6mm to 51mm PVC & TPR SUCTION from 20mm to 305mm MANDREL RUBBER from 13mm to 508 mm COMPOSITE from 25mm to 305 mm HOSE ASSEMBLIES

ALFAGOMMA extensive industrial fitting range specially designed to guarantee the best performance with our hose in diverse industries and applications: AIR & WATER HYGENIC - FOOD STEAM CEMENT & ABRASIVE MATERIALS PETROCHEMICALS AVIATION SANDBLAST, MORTAR & CONCRETE MINE SLURRIES

ALFAGOMMA Stainless Steel Corrugated Hose Assemblies are made according to OEM specification and certification requirements Diameter range from 6 mm to 200 mm Operating temperature range, from -270 C to 700 C Suitable for use both pressure and vacum applications. Specially designed for use in: STEELWORKS REFINERIES PAPER MILLS FERTILIZER PLANTS PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY AUTOMOTIVE FOOD INDUSTRY NUCLEAR REFRIGERATION & CRYOGENIC

ALFAGOMMA Stainless Steel Corrugated Hose Assemblies are made according to OEM specification and certification requirements Diameter range from 6 mm to 200 mm Operating temperature range, from -270 C to 700 C Suitable for use both pressure and vacum applications. Specially designed for use in:

industrial steam turbines | steam turbines | siemens energy global

industrial steam turbines | steam turbines | siemens energy global

The highly customized turbine provides for an outstanding efficiency, fast start-up times and high reliability and availability. It supports all requirements for economical installation and operation in combination with highest flexibility for complex industrial processes. A double or even multicasing solution can also be provided.

The SST-800 steam turbine can be used for both condensing and back-pressure applications. Turbine auxiliary systems are also designed as pre-engineered modules covering the complete range of turbine sizes.

The SST-700 / 900 is a standard turbine solution with short delivery time due to its fixed pre-engineered design. Predefined modules enable a short manufacturing period, cost-efficient material supply and a fast ex-works delivery.

The straight flow turbine solution with power output of up to 250 MW consists of a geared high-pressure steam turbine (backpressure), an intermediate / low-pressure steam turbine (condensing), both driving a generator installed in between.

We deliver a standard steam turbine generator set including the SST-600 (with or without gearbox), agenerator, oil system, piping and instrumentation and the control system. The standard package can be extended to include a condenser, condensing plant or pre-heating system. The SST-600 with its reliable and flexible design is available with axial or radial exhaust.

The SST-600 is also an efficient and economic mechanical drive. Since the 1970s, hundreds of projects have been successfully implemented all over the world using the SST-600 to directly drive everything from the smallest boiler feedwater pump just as reliably as the largest compressor even in the most complex processes. The SST-600 complies with regulations including the API standard.

The SST-500 is a single casing, double exhaust flow steam turbine, which can be used as an entire drive or as the lowpressure module of a multiple-casing turboset, directly driven or geared. This turbine, with its capacity to operate over a wide range of speed and power, is ideal for large steam volume flows. Steam flows into the turbine via two tangential inlets to equalize thermal loading and blade stress.

Emergency stop valves and control valves are installed in the steam inlet pipes. The steam flows tangentially into the inner casing and then axially to both exhausts. The customized design of the steam path allows exact adjustment to surpass general physical limitations of the last stage blades. Double-end drive is available, if required, e.g. for booster pump drive.

The SST-400 is a single casing steam turbine, providing geared or direct drive to 50 and 60 Hz generators, or to compressors and pumps. The symmetrical casing with horizontal joint flange enables the SST-400 to accept short start-up times and rapid load changes.

The modular package design allows a wide variety of configurations to satisfy the customers individual needs in the most economical way. The utilization of selected proven components assures high reliability and easy maintenance.

The SST-400 can be equipped with upward, downward or axial exhaust to fit with the selected installation. The turbine skid can be combined with standardized gearbox , oil units and generators to a turboset, according to the customers needs. The turbine skid and gearbox / oil unit are fully assembled in the workshop before being shipped to the site. Our proven installation and maintenance concept lowers maintenance cost by enabling easy access to the installed components, the turbine, gearbox, and generator.

The SST-300 is an optimal solution for a wide range of applications due to the implementation of the best technology combined with over 20 years of experience. In the last decade alone, this turbine has been installed in over 500 industrial and power applications by customers all over the world.

All components and auxiliaries including the lube oil system are mounted on a common base frame. The turbine can be configured with either an upward, downward or axial exhaust orientation depending on the layout of the plant.

The turbine can also accommodate multiple steam extraction / steam induction points as well. The compact design and simple layout of the turbine significantly reduce the cost and time associated with its construction, inspection and maintenance.

The SST-200 is a single casing steam turbine provided in a packaged, skid-mounted configuration. It represents a solution based on long experience with both mechanical and generator drives and is characterized by ease of installation, facilitated by the modular package. The tailor-made, flexible steam turbine exactly fits to the customer needs.

The Siemens SST-200 industrial steam turbine product line is based on the reaction blade technology. The turbine series follows a modular product philosophy, ensuring a high level of performance and reliability. The ability to combine standardized casing modules enable optimal design flexibility. This allows the turbine series to achieve high performance in combination with an optimal cost position.

Our stand-by heating system maintains the turbine at a high temperature during standstills and thereby greatly reduces the start-up time. Keeping the steam turbine generator units warm increases the remaining service time for the most important components, such as the turbine casing and the rotor.

Starting in 2020, the new plant in Berlin-Marzahn will supply district heating and electricity for around 150,000 residential units with more than 90 % fuel efficiency: power output is 230 MWth and 270 Mwe

From modernizations and upgrades, field services, monitoring and diagnostics, lifetime extensions to digital services, Siemens Energy Services deliver the right service solutions for your gas turbine, steam turbine or generator.

what is industrial architecture?

what is industrial architecture?

An umbrella term used to describe buildings constructed to facilitate the needs of industry, industrial architecture encompasses a range of building types and styles that mix functionality and design and can be found all over the industrialized world.

Conceived around the specialized systems, processes, equipment, and worker safety considerations of manufacturing, processing, power generation, and other industrial activities, industrial architecture includes factories, warehouses, foundries, steel mills, water towers, grain silos, distilleries, breweries, refineries, power plants, and many other tailor-made utilitarian structures.

The first industrial buildings were constructed in the 1700s during the first Industrial Revolution that took place mainly in Britain from 1760 to 1830. But today when we reference industrial architecture we are mostly referring to the buildings that emerged as a response to the widespread use of new materials such as metal and concrete as well as mass production methods brought on by the Second Industrial Revolution of the late 19th and early 20th century.

This new style of architecture was built around the needs of industries devoted to transforming raw materials into finished products in the most efficient way possible. Builders and architects were forced to consider individual production processes and workflows and safety concerns for workers.

The design of various types of industrial buildings came to define the built landscape around the world in the 20th century, for better and for worse. While industrial architecture prioritizes engineering and utility and can be bland, unsightly, and uninspired, the best industrial architecture can be beautiful, too.

As regions such as the United States and Western Europe become increasingly post-industrial, with the service sector a greater driver of the economy than manufacturing, and technology and off shore production has evolved to subsequently make many industrial structures obsolete, these monuments to outdated industry can become abandoned blights on the modern landscape.

The trend to turn former warehouses into artist lofts began in lower Manhattan in the 1960s and continues to pick up pace today. Many developers have found ways to turn disused industrial buildings into trendy warehouse-turned-loft apartments, co-working spaces, open-plan office conversions, and events spaces. The challenge of today's architects and interior designers is making raw space with its large volumes, enormous windows, and open floor plans scaled to the ways we work and live today.

Ever-evolving technologies and robotics often require existing industrial buildings to be modified to adapt to changing usage needs and new industrial architecture to innovate. And as the world battles with a climate emergency caused in large part from the carbon emissions generated by buildings, there is a growing movement to green existing buildings and to demand greener building standards and practices for new industrial buildings, with smart energy usage and reduced consumption a top concern.

One notable example of cutting edge 21st-century industrial architecture is CopenHill in Copenhagen, Denmark, which bills itself as the cleanest waste-to-energy power plant in the world. Conceived as a public space, it includes a faade built for climbing, a roof you can hike across, and an actual ski slope.

Stylized industrial-style architecture and interior design has become trendy in recent years as the world's derelict warehouses are converted into hip, pricey lofts, office spaces, cafes, restaurants, and hotels. Today you don't have to look far to see the influence of industrial architecture and design in even the least industrial settings, with the go-to use of raw materials, exposed building elements, and other hallmarks of the style increasingly mainstream and not simply reserved for urban loft conversions.

Considered a masterpiece of industrial architecture, the 1931 Ford Assembly Building car factory in Richmond, California was designed by renowned industrial architect Albert Kahn. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988, but earthquake damage the next year jeopardized its future before it was successfully rehabilitated into a solar-powered mixed use office space and cultural center.

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