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CoGen Turbine lay-up

CoGen Turbine lay-up

CoGen Turbine lay-up

Looking for best practices for NG Turbine lay-up to avoid corrosion. This is way-different the Steam turbine dry-lay-up practice. I was wondering about a weekly rotation and dry air injection for a four month off season storage. Any other practices are welcome.

RE: CoGen Turbine lay-up

Seal it with a good weatherproof cover on inlet and exhaust and dehumidify the air inside the covers.

old field guy

RE: CoGen Turbine lay-up

But: Lube oil?
Generator and voltage regulator (brushes, dehumidifier, etc)
Control oil and cooling air pipes?
Generator HV ducts and transformer?

RE: CoGen Turbine lay-up

How long is it going to be out of service?
How long do you have to get it back into service once the decision to stop layoff is ended? Minutes? Hours? Days? Weeks?

RE: CoGen Turbine lay-up

Hmmmn. No further replies.

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