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Condensing controlled extraction turbines

condensing, controlled extraction turbines

a controlled turbine that bleeds off (condenses) part of the main stream flow at one (single extraction) or two (double extraction) points. Used when process steam is required at pressures below the inlet pressure and above the exhaust pressure.


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