GE Frame 7 Gas Turbine (60 Hz) 7F.04 -General Electric (GE Power) | Linquip
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GE introduced the world to F-class gas turbine technology in 1989. GE powers the globe with approximately 900 installed 7F gas turbines producing ~150GW of power in 12 countries. The F-class features 99 percent reliability, and an 11-minute fast start enables increased revenue and dispatchability during peak demand. F-class gas turbines were the first to achieve 50 million operating hours, 1 million starts, single-digit NOx emissions, a firing temperature greater than 2,400˚F, and operation with Arabian Super Light (ASL) as a fuel.

  • The 7F.04 features an enhanced compressor and hot gas path cooling and sealing technologies, improving both performance and durability.

  • Building on a 25-year legacy of F-class operation, the 7F.04 supports a broad range of applications, and offers the widest fuel flexibility in its class.

  • Only turbine in its class to burn Arabian Super Light, 15% C2, +20/-10 percent Modified Wobbe Index (MWI), 5 percent hydrogen.

GE Frame 7 Gas Turbine (60 Hz) 7F.04 Specifications:

  • Power (MW)

  • Fuel

    Arabian Super Light (ASL)
  • Frequency (Hz)

  • Ramp-up (MW/min)

  • Efficiency (%)

  • Heat-rate (kJ/kWh)

  • Speed (RPM)

  • Exhaust mass flow (kg/s)

  • Exhaust Temperature (C)