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Steam Turbines for industrial use

A steam turbine is a type of external combustion engine. It is commonly designed to run generators, pumps, etc. with the power produced by an impeller (moving blade) that is caused to rotate by the hot steam generated and blown onto it by an external unit, such as a boiler.
JFE Engineering began manufacturing turbines for ships in the latter half of the 1940s, manufactured steam turbines of 10,000 kW or less for industrial use in the 1960s, and has supplied cutting-edge turbines for waste incineration plants with in-house power generation equipment which have been widespread in Japan since the 1970s. To date, JFE Engineering has delivered more than 165 high-efficiency, problem-free turbines to domestic and overseas customers. Recently, there has been a growing demand for turbines for renewable power generation and industrial use for small- and medium-scale power generation. Consequently JFE Engineering has been actively expanding its selling channels in the Asia Pacific region. With the technical tie-up agreement concluded with Toshiba Corporation in 2007, JFE Engineering is licensed to manufacture turbines suitable for hot-, high-pressure steam, thereby expanding JFE’s line of steam turbines for medium-scale power generation.

Project examples

Customer
Condensing turbine for West Japan Works of JFE Steel Corporation
Output
74,000 kW
Start of operation
2003
Customer
Condensing turbine for Kanazawa Plant of Resources & Wastes Circulation Bureau, Yokohama City
Output
35,000 kW
Start of operation
2001
Extraction back pressure turbine for Oita Plant of Oji Paperboard Co., Ltd.
Customer
Extraction back pressure turbine for Oita Plant of Oji Paperboard Co., Ltd.
Output
17,800 kW
Start of operation
2000