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GE Power & Water 6F.01 Gas Turbine Efficiency Leader for Cogeneration and Industrial Applications 6 F . 0 1 G A S T U R B I N E Keeping up with the ever-changing industrial power landscape requires a reliable and versatile machine that can provide peace of mind in an industry that is forever demanding more. Operators are striving to achieve higher efficiency, cleaner energy production and increased reliability, all while maintaining low overall life cycle costs. The 6F.01 Gas Turbine m
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  GE Power & Water 6F.01  Gas Turbine Efficiency Leader for Cogeneration and Industrial Applications  6  F  . 0 1   G  A  S  T  U  R B  I   N E   Keeping up with the ever-changing industrial power landscape requires a reliable and versatile machine that can provide peace of mind in an industry that is forever demanding more. Operators are striving to achieve higher efficiency, cleaner energy production and increased reliability, all while maintaining low overall life cycle costs. The 6F.01 Gas Turbine meets these needs like no other, providing low-cost electricity production in a broad range of heat recovery applications for both 50 Hz and 60 Hz applications. These include: industrial cogeneration for process industries, district heating for municipalities and mid-sized combined cycle grid support. Building on GE’s F-Class Legacy GE introduced F-class technology (2300°F to 2600°F firing temperature) nearly three decades ago. Today, GE has the world’s largest F-class fleet—over 1,100 units in 58 countries—more than all other manufacturers combined. GE was the first F-class supplier to achieve 99.4 percent yearly reliability and the first to reach 1 million starts. This global expertise, along with robust research and development programs, continues to make GE a supplier of choice for F-class technology in both the 50 Hz and 60 Hz markets. Nearly 50 percent of all the F-class units sold today bear the GE name. Product Evolution and Experience Originally introduced as the 6C Gas Turbine in 2003 at 42 MW and upgraded to 46 MW in 2005 after site validation, the two fleet leader units have accumulated more than 110,000 operating hours in combined cycle.Now renamed the 6F.01 Gas Turbine, the unit output has been boosted to 50 MW through system level enhancements. The 6F.01 Gas Turbine is part of an experienced fleet of F-class turbines that has accumulated more than 50 million hours of operation across all operating cycles and applications.Technologies from GE’s vast power generation experience continue to drive the development of cutting-edge solutions like the 6F.01 Gas Turbine that push the performance envelope and usher in new standards of operational flexibility. Features and Benefits ã Air-cooled hot gas path and dual fuel capability promote operational flexibility. ã Proven Dry Low NOx (DLN) combustion system complies with emission requirements, lengthens combustion inspection intervals, and enables turndown to 40 percent. 6F.01 Gas Turbine Efficie Combined Cycle Power Plant in Turkey   ã More than 55 percent efficient in combined cycle—the highest efficiency in the under 100 MW gas turbine space.ã 12-stage compressor with field removable blades increases reliability and ease of maintenance; three stages of compressor guide vanes for high efficiency at part load.ã Low compression ratio helps avoid need for gas compression from the gas pipeline and allows for high exhaust temperature for increased steam cycle efficiency.ã High turbine speed (7250 rpm) allows for increased compressor flow and output while enabling a more compact design.ã GE’s patented Mark* VIe Integrated Control System (ICS) connects plant components with a single, high-performance, control architecture, enabling comprehensive plant automation schemes.ã Ease of installation, maintenance, and modularity—combined with a shorter commissioning cycle—provides improved life cycle value. Full Suite of Service Offerings Extended warranty and a full suite of service offerings are available on the 6F.01 Gas Turbine, including long-term service agreements with availability and reliability guarantees, improved maintenance intervals, and performances. Fleet spares are also maintained prior to first fire in the field. Applicability The 6F.01 Gas Turbine serves 50 Hz and 60 Hz simple cycle and combined cycle applications. Simple Cycle Performance Output (net)50 MWHeat Rate (net)9,028 Btu/kWh (9,525 kJ/kWh)Efficiency (net)37.8%Pressure Ratio20.8:1Combustion/Hot Gas Path/Major Inspections (kFH) 16/32/64Exhaust Mass Flow 273 lb/sec (447 t/h) Turbine Speed7,250 rpmExhaust Temperature1100°F (594°C) Combined Cycle Performance 1x12x1 Plant Output (net) 73 MW146 MWPlant Efficiency>55%>55% ncy Leader for Cogeneration and Industrial Applications  * Trademark of General Electric Company Copyright © 2014 General Electric Company. All rights reserved. GEA31238 (05/2014) To find out more about this offering, contact your GE Power & Water sales representative or visit www.ge-energy.com
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