Micro gas turbines are compact power generators with extremely low emissions.
The structure of a microturbine consists of a compressor, recuperator, combustion chamber, turbine, generator and inverter.
All rotating parts are located on a common air-bearing shaft, which rotates at a nominal speed of 96,000 revolutions per minute.
Due to the unique air bearing technology used worldwide, a MGT does not require any lubricants or coolants.
The units can be operated in a modulating manner.
To increase efficiency with direct use of exhaust gas, the maximum thermal output is possible via a downstream air-water heat exchanger.
Power ratings from 50 kW to 1 MW are available.
The controls allow parallel operation of up to 20 turbines.