Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling System Package
Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (GTIAC), also known as Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (TIAC) and Turbine Inlet Cooling (TIC), is a cost-effective solution to meet the growing demand for power without adding more generators. Adding new generators is capital intensive and can involve long permitting periods, so a better strategy is to enhance the output of existing generators. Cooling the air entering the gas turbine can recover the performance of a gas turbine that has been degraded by high ambient temperatures. The most consistently successful method of GTIAC is mechanical cooling. It delivers the increased cooling capacity and consistency required to obtain optimal output. Operating at the relatively constant conditions extends the life of the turbine and can help lower maintenance costs.
SAS International provides a wide range of Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) services to support developers of new plants or operators expanding the capacity of existing facilities Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (GTIAC).
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- Can increase gas turbine generator’s output to produce 30%+ more electricity
- Mechanical cooling can improve turbine life and lower maintenance costs