Gas power turbines use compressed natural gas as a fuel source to generate electricity - additionally other lubricants are present in the operation of the turbine to provide cooling and to prevent engine wear.
Common fire and gas detection related challenges faced at these sites have to do with high heat and vibration levels. For instance, gas sensors inserted into gas turbine enclosures are subject to high heat and may lose sensitivity and response speed over time. Additionally, flame detectors placed in these enclosures may experience high vibration and heat leading to shorter service lives.
So how can you be reassured that your flame and gas detection system is working as effectively as possible at gas turbine applications? Watch this video to learn dependable solutions to these common problems >
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