Looking Into The Use Of Turbines In The United States

Written by Wall Street News on February 10th, 2020. Posted in Boroscopic inspection of gas turbine, Generator inspections, Inspecting turbines

Gas turbine usage has been widespread throughout the United States for a long time now. In fact, turbines of all kinds have. Steam turbines were once the norm, used in the 20th century to facilitate electricity production. First developed and used in the 1880s, steam turbines are still very much in use today (though they have certainly grown more advanced with the passage of time). However, since natural gas now provides the second most heavily utilized and consumed energy source for this country at least, the gas turbine has become hugely important as well, a fact that cannot be disputed. After all, the United States alone produced more natural gas than any other country in the world, according to data reflecting the year of 2016. This meant that as many as 750 billion cubic meters of natural gas were extracted over the course of this one year alone, a truly tremendous amount. In the few years that have followed since this trend has only continued.

And when it comes to the gas tu

Turbine Support Services and Other Natural Gas Management Standards and Systems

Written by Wall Street News on February 8th, 2020. Posted in Compressor turbine services, Inspecting turbines, Turbine support

You likely know that there is a great deal of natural gas being used across the United States on a daily basis, though there is much to consider in the eventual change to renewable and sustainable energy. Residential and commercial locations need proper disposal of gas storage containers, especially because all gases, even natural, can pollute the earth. Given the potential for pollution it is important to make sure that the gasses used are held in well-sealed cylinders and turbines. With the need to keep management of the gas used for energy, turbine support services are able to make sure that the holding of gas is well-kept along with making sure that turbines and cylinders are properly disposable as well.

How do Gas Turbines Work?

With the United States as the largest producer of natural gas, extracting roughly 750 billion cubic meters of natural gas, there is much to properly process it for use around the world. With there being two types of land-based gas turbines, h

The Great Purpose of Borescope Inspection of Gas Turbines and Other Support Services

Written by Wall Street News on December 25th, 2019. Posted in Borescope inspection report, Borescope services, Inspecting turbines

Given the rate of natural gas used throughout the U.S., there is much to gain from proper testing and usage of the turbines that process and distribute this energy source. Residential and commercial energy relies on a great deal of gas, and turbines have been one of the most common processing options that allow for combustion of gas that provides energy for all buildings. Two different types of turbines are in use for combustion, including heavy frame engines and aeroderivative engines. No matter which type is used for any location, borescope inspection of gas turbines is helpful in making sure that they run properly at all times.

How do Gas Turbines Work?

In addition to the amount of natural gas we use, the United States is also the largest producer of natural gas. With about 750 billion cubic meters of natural gas extracted annually, the danger that comes with all these processes is important. For this reason, all turbine inspections and turbine support services are ess