The used power plant was shut down and well preserved, is in excellent condition, located in Western Europe.
Plant at a glance
The power plant with 1 power generation line of 60 MWel (50 Hz) was commissioned in 1967 in Western Europe and shut down in 2008, after approx 230,000 operating hours. The plant design was for base load with local lignite fuel. In 1985 the steam turbine was equipped with a 0 - 100 % extraction for 114 °C / 80 °C district heating for up to 20 MWth. In 1997 the power plant was modified and refurbished to use Anthracite (hard coal), the power output increased from 60 to approx 70 MWel. At the same time, some new components have been installed (e.g., coal mills).
- Boiler Boiler and Auxiliaries (refurbished in 1997)
- Live steam parameters 240 t/h, 90 bar, 530° C
- Fuel Hard Coal
- Lower Heating value 25,500 to 31,500 kJ/kg
- Average Water content 6 to 10 %
- Sulphur content 0.4 %
- Ash 5 to 14 %
- Hardgrove 45 to 60
- Ignition Natural gas and HFO burners
- Slag removal Wet type
- Air preheating 2 x LJUNGSTROEM type
Steam Turbine Generator
Casing 1 x HP, 1 x LP double flow
Vacuum at 50 MW (20 °C Water) 0.047 bara
Generator parameters 10.5 kV, 50 Hz, 75 MVA (H2 cooling)
Electrostatic Precipitator (1985)
Process Control System (1993 – 1997)
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