The H-25 Series gas turbines were developed for utility customers and industrial customers in both 50 Hz and 60 Hz regions. Its first unit came into commercial operation in 1988. Then Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) continued its efforts to improve the design of the H-25 Series gas turbines. While incorporating advanced elemental technologies and material technologies verified with the H Series gas turbines, we are continuously working to improve performance. The H-25 Series gas turbines are a heavy duty type that attains high efficiency on the basis of ample experience in manufacturing gas turbines. They achieve high efficiency with heat recovery steam generators, as co-generation systems or combined cycle power plants. The H-25 Series features simple cycle gas turbine output of 41 MW and a combined cycle output of around 60 MW for a 1 on 1 configuration and around 120 MW for a 2 on 1 configuration. When applying cogeneration, they supply a maximum of around 70 metric tons of steam per hour.
Heavy duty structure: A highly reliable structure in consideration of ease of maintenance and long continuous operation
High efficiency: High performance in various power generation cycles (simple, combined and co-generation)
Fuel flexibility: Natural gas, off gas, light oil, kerosene, bio-ethanol, etc.
Package type: Easy to transport and install
Industrial Gas Turbine H- 25 (Standard) Specifications:
Natural gas, off gas, light oil, kerosene, bio-ethanol