TAURUS 60 unused AS IS 50 Hz Gas 1996
DescriptionTAURUS 60 unused AS IS 50 Hz 1996 - INDIA BEST OFFER accepted
SCOPE OF SUPPLY
- BASIC PACKAGE
- ONSKID ELECTRICAL-NEC CLASSI, GROUP D, DIV. 2
- CONTINUOUS DUTY-LIQUID FUEL
- TUBE FITTING -37º FLARED
GAS TURBINE ENGINE
- TURBINE ENGINE – TAURUS 60 GS
GEARBOX & COUPLING
- GEARBOX -1500 RPM
- CONTINUOUS DUTY, INSULATION CLASS F WITH TEMP. RISE LIMITED TO CLASS F, 4750 KW
- 6.6 KV, 50 HZ
- GENERATOR FORCED FEED BEARINGS, MAX. AMBIENT OF 43ºC
- ELECTRIC / HYDRAULIC START
- LIQUID FUEL PUMP WITH GT DRIVEN MAIN FUEL PUMP
- LIQUID FUEL BOOST PUMP SYSTEM – 415 VAC MOTOR
- NAPTHTHA FUEL CAPABILITY
LUBE OIL SYSTEM
- PRE-POST STANDBY PUMP-24 VDC
- PLC CONTROL WITH CONSOLE MTD CRT
- AUDIBLE ALARMS
- CRANK WASH TURBINE CLEANING
- VIB. MONITORING TURBINE VEL-1, GBX ACCEL-1
- GENERATOR VIB. CHANNELS-2 VELOCITY
- FIELD PROGRAMMING LAPTOP + INSTRUCTION MANUALS
- HEAT RECOVERY APPLICATIONS
TYPE: GAS TURBINE TAURUS
MAKE: SOLAR TURBINES, USA
CAPACITY: 4.7 MW AT 20ºC AMB, 4 MW AT 35 ºC AMB.
FUEL: NAPTHTHA/HSD/SUPERIOR KERO
RPM: TURBINE 15000 RPM, ALTERNATOR 1500 RPM AFTER REDUCTION GEARBOX
ALTERNATORS: IDEAL GENERATORS, USA, GENERATION 5 MW AT 6.6 KV
HRSG : MAKE: ERI USA, TYPE: UNFIRED, CAP: 10TPH AT FULL LOAD OF TURBINE , PRESSURE 17 KG/CM2G
GOVERNOR CONTROL: ELECTRONIC
FUEL CONSUMPTION: 1260 KG/HR OF NAPTHTHA AT FULL LOAD
LOCATION : India.
PACKAGE S/N :
ENGINE S/N :
PKG HOURS : Nil
ENGINE HOURS : Nil sts. Nil
T5 SETTING : 1250 deg F
HP : 6000
KW RATING : 4750
BASE T5 : 1228
GEN : Ideal Electric 6.6 KV
COMP : N/A
IGV Setting : 5 degApril 23rd 1999
Details of inspection:
Generator package skid
1) The turbine/generator skid was mounted on the concrete floor in a building and covered in plastic . The engine and generator were not on the skid. A starter hydraulic motor was on the skid and not blanked. The engine lube oil pump was on the skid and not blanked. The lube pump gear is corroded and pitted.
2) This skid does not have an enclosure and was mounted in a covered building.
3) All the fuel lines were not blanked and left open.
4) All the tube lines were open and not blanked.
5) The paint still looks good. Very little surface corrosion seen.
(Engine air inlet ducting and housing (This was supplied by Donaldson India)
1) The inlet ducting and silencer was left on the ground open to the elements. Surface corrosion seen on the external and flange up areas. The internal area had slight corrosion.
2) The air inlet filter housing was still in a crate at another location. I did not check this.
3) Customer informs me that the filters are stored in a covered location.
Turbine exhaust stack and silencer (not known as to who supplied this?)
1) The vertical duct and the silencers were on the ground open to the elements. However the silencer was blanked with steel plates at both ends.
2) There is slight corrosion on the vertical stack externally. The internal looks OK. Flange area corroded.
3) The silencer is corroded slightly externally. The internal is stainless and still looks good. The flange up area is corroded.
1) As informed by the customer the engine was received October 1998 after repair from Solar. The crate is left on the ground open to the elements but covered all round by a plastic wrap. Customer informs me that there is no rain between October to May.
2) The engine is still in its shipping crate with stand. The cocoon has been torn probably for custom.
3) The engine inlet and exhaust are still blanked.
4) Looking through the inspection cover of the crate, I could not see any damage to the engine. The diffuser bolts are slightly corroded.
1) This gearbox was also received at the same time as the engine after repair from Solar. The gearbox is in its shipping crate and on the floor next to the engine open to the elements but covered by a plastic wrap. Inspection carried out by lifting top of crate.
2) The cocoon wrap is torn probably for custom inspection.
3) The gearbox mating flange is still blanked and covered.
4) The gearbox front end has a coupling hub on it.
5) The paint still looks good on the gearbox. Very slight surface corrosion seen.
Naptha fuel skid (Supplied by Solar)
1) The skid is mounted on the concrete inside the building and covered totally by plastic wrap.
2) The skid is made by National Oil Wells and similar to that used in xxxxxxxxxxx.
3) The skid paint is still good and no visible damage is seen.
1) The console is mounted inside a building and is covered in plastic.
2) Externally all controls and indicators look good. The synchronising lamps and cap are missing and the CB close bulb and cap are missing.
3) Internally, all components and intact and secure and still looks new.
4) The display is a T36 and the PLC is 5/20.
5) The PLC has Bently 2201 modules and the LSM module.
1) The generator was sent to xxxxxxxxxxx for repairs and was returned to site in October 1998. It is still in its shipping crate and on the ground externally. There is a double plastic wrap over the top of the crate. The top section of the crate was missing, probably for lifting by the top generator lift lugs.
2) Looking from the front of the generator the right side junction boxes are all squashed. This was probably from the original drop.
3) The coupling hub is on the generator and a shipping brace is installed on the shaft.
4) The high tension outlet box was in the back end of the crate but it is squashed and distorted. This is probably from the original drop.
5) The paint work still looks OK except for the bolt areas where xxxxxxxx has worked on the generator.
6) A megger was done on the generator terminals using the computer megger A MECO 1000V/200 Mohm battery operated megger. The phase to phase values were > 50 Mohm. The phase to ground value was approx. 50 Mohm.
7) The damaged parts of the generator were to be purchased as seen in faxes between Solar and Akai Impex
Oil Coolers (Supplied in India) No check done
Loose shipped crate
1) This crate was in a building and opened. The generator coupling shaft and the coupling covers were in this box.
2) 2 Lube filters seen still in plastic wrap.
3) Exhaust gasket seen but maybe torn.
4) Unable to locate shims in the box.
5) The box does not appear to have all its content.
Crates in stores
1) Two crates were seen in the stores.
2) One crate contained limited RSPL like modules, O rings, actuator etc.
3) Second crate contains some FT tools and a Hand tool cabinet.
The shipment of the engine and the gearbox was supposed to contain other equipment, however the fax from Solar shows two crates only. The cover letter was written by XXXXXXX in July 1998. The equipment listed below was not seen at site although it is on the list supplied by Solar.
1) Air inlet duct assembly P/N 18004-30 Qty 1
2) Exhaust bellows P/N 180192-2 Qty 1
3) V band exhaust clamp P/N 180150-2 Qty 1
4) Water wash kit P/N 176140-101 Qty 1 If this is solenoid kit. It might be in the G/box crate.
5) Junction box gen. Drive and probes. P/N 84-35074-2AD Qty 1
6) Junction box RTD temp probes P/N 84-35074-2A Qty 1
7) Junction box for space heater P/N B254-84F Qty 1
8) Junction box Exciter end vib system P/N 84-35014-2AD Qty 1
9) High tension outlet box complete P/N 201518 Qty 1
10) Exciter end bearing RTD No part no. Qty 1
The repairs on the engine and gearbox were done on MO XXXXX and MO XXXXX. A letter dated 23rd August 1996 by XXXXXXXX discussed the LC for the rest of the generator parts.