Turbo Steam Compressor's Characteristics
Extensive Experience / Usage
We developed a highly reliable and efficient high-speed turbo blower and steam compressor with a user-friendly automatic
controller, after over 20 years of experience in development!
These Turbo systems are suitable for the aeration of sewage and waste water disposal plants that require oil-free compressed air, conveying chemical/cement/crop powders, supplying oxygen in fish farms, incinerator, other industrial use, and specially compressing low pressure steam for a MVR energy saving equipment.

Design and Manufacture through Optimization Analysis
Main components of the Turbo system are optimized; a high-speed impeller using a complete 3 -dimensional aerodynamic flow analysis and CATIA modeling, the tilting pad bearings and high-speed gears using vibration and rotor dynamic analysis!

Compact Turbo system & Simple Repair
One of the typical characteristics of turbo machines is that when the impeller, a major part of the machine, rotates at high speeds, its size reduces in reverse proportion to the speed. It is easy to maintain and repair small components including the impeller, but not everyone can develop high-speed turbo machines. It is pure technological strength that matters!

Convenient Operation
The Turbo system provides a visually operated and easy-to-use true color HMI control panel, which takes user input parameters required for the operation, and displays the status map, the trends of major parameters, alarms and causes of error, and the storage capacity of operational data!

No additional Facilities
The Turbo system generally uses oil to protect the bearings and gears, and it requires cooling water to cool the unit continuously. This requires a cooling tower, large and separate equipment installed on the outside. This is prone to causing problems, such as germ problems inside the tower in the summer and the freezing and bursting of pipes in the winter. Our Turbo system has applied an air-cooling system to replace this hassling system, minimizing in the process of the cooling load of the gear and bearing oil, and reducing the maintenance and repair items.