Steam turbines convert kinetic energy from fluids to torque on an axle, that can be used for continuous operation, for example to drive a generator, compressor or pump. Our steam turbines are modular so changes requested by our customers can be implemented without much extra cost.
Howden’s steam turbines provide a power output up to 12MW.
Howden steam turbines have a rich history. These compact turbo machines were originally designed and manufactured by KK&K, Kuhnle, Kopp & Kausch AG – formed in 1899 and have subsequently been manufactured under the name Siemens Turbomachinery Equipment.
A unique feature of these steam turbines is the way that they have been designed to be modular, so that they can be connected in a huge different number of combinations. This makes them incredibly flexible and therefore able to fit with a wide range of customer requirements.
Steam Turbines are designed to turn energy from fluid onto the rotor, and our products are considered the most economical and flexible turbines that you can get. The steam turbines can be used as a generator drive for power generation, or as a mechanical drive for your rotating equipment such as compressors and pumps.
We can offer solutions for all customer demands from the simple CORE for packagers, up to extensively customised/engineered systems within the range up to 12 MW.
From our smallest turbogenerator through our single stage turbine and right up to our multi-casing steam turbine, we have the ideal industrial solution for your turbo needs.