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Microturbines

Microturbine Technology

Capstone microturbines feature low maintenance air bearing technology, the lowest emissions of any non-catalyzed gas combustion engine, and digital power conversion.

They can be installed individually or in a “multi-pack” configuration and function in parallel with or independently from the local power grid. The systems are compact, quiet and lightweight, and provide reliable energy.

Microturbines operate on a variety of fuels, including natural gas, associated gas, biogas, LPG/propane, and liquid fuels (diesel, kerosene, and aviation fuel). In resource recovery applications, microturbines burn waste gases that would otherwise be flared or released directly into the atmosphere.

Cutaway of C200S microturbine
Cutaway of C200S microturbine
Turbine shaft is only moving part.
Turbine shaft is only moving part.

Capstone Technology in Action

C200 Microturbine Engine Animation

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