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GEC EM85 Gas Turbine Manual

GEC EM85 Gas Turbine Manual

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Hello All,

I need some information or manual about GEC EM85, kindly contact me for that.

Regards
Kiani

RE: GEC EM85 Gas Turbine Manual

I suggest that you contact Greenray Engineering

Www.greenray.com

The offer legacy report for these turbines

RE: GEC EM85 Gas Turbine Manual

(OP)
Hello Hoxton,

Thank you so much for your swift response.

Unfortunately Greenray will not support this info to me, just I want to know how much is Turbine Inlet Temp (TIT) for EM85 and which material historically/technically used for Combustion Turbine stators Vanes 1/2 in the EM85.

We deal with a Non OEM, MFG for CT stator vanes 1&2 that the MFG made these vanes with Nimonic80A material, but the end user said Nimonic80 not suitable for this engine CT vanes 1/2 and should be use Inconel 738, Finally I want to know what I can do and who are right, becuase the MFG saying Nimonic80A is fine for CT Vanes 1/2.

Just we know Turbine Vanes Thermocouple show us 780 C during normal operation of GT.
Please send me your email address and cell No.


Regards,
Kiani

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