DUAL HYDROGEN CONTROL PANEL (DHCP)
Environment One’s Dual Hydrogen Control Panel (DHCP) was designed specifically for monitoring GE’s scavenging seal oil generators. The DHCP contains two independent analyzers that monitor the turbine-end seal drain enlargement, collector-end seal oil drain enlargement with both valving for manual or DCS operation for checking casing purity of the generator.
The E/One Gas Station is a modular approach that combines monitoring and control systems onto a single skid, customized to meet specific power plant requirements and budgets.
Gas Station modules include:
- Main gas supply manifold and associated controls
- Gas purity monitoring
- Overheat monitoring
- Dew point monitoring
- Gas drying
- Partial discharge monitoring
- Seal oil system monitoring and control
- Customized annunciator panels
GENERATOR CONDITION MONITOR – AIR-COOLED APPARATUS (GCM-A 2)
Advancements in air-cooled generator designs have resulted in increasingly higher power ratings. The higher power densities place significantly greater stresses on materials and structures, making slight decreases in cooling efficiencies much more critical. Probability of overheating in these air-cooled machines becomes greater as designs are pushed closer to their critical limits.
GENERATOR CONDITION MONITOR – EXPLOSION-PROOF DESIGN (GCM-X)
Building on more than three decades of proven field experience, and incorporating international requirements for hazardous area locations, the Generator Condition Monitor-Explosion-Proof Design (GCM-X) assures a new level in generator performance, reliability, and safety.