Low Head Kaplan Hydro Turbine / Kaplan Water Turbine with Output
Power From 100KW to 20MW
The Kaplan Turbine (axial-flow turbine) for low head from 2m to
70m. This type of turbine is mostly suitable for hydropower
stations with low water head and big flow.
lts feature is that the water flow passes through the runner
axially. The kaplan hydro turbine (axial-flow turbine) can be
classified into two forms according to the runner construction: one
is fixed blades (Propeller) for small variation of head and power,
the other is movable blades (Kaplan) for large variation of head
The kaplan turbine with vertical shaft arrangement , with three
types as open flume, pressure flume, and seal off (concrete spiral
Generally, Kaplan turbine is composed of distributor, guide vane,
runner, draft tube etc.
1. Water head: from 2m to 70m
2. Power: 100kw to 30Mw
3. Frequency: 50hz or 60hz
4. Output Type: 400V, 3.3KV, 6.3KV, or 10.5KV AC three phase,
If you are interested in the Kaplan turbine, you should have some
key parameters (such as net head, flow discharge, unit number,
frequency, voltage) in inquiry.
Kaplan with fixed blades/Kaplan with movable blades
From 2m to 70m.
From 100KW to 20MW
Runner blades material
Stainless steel (0Cr13Ni4Mo)
Governor, Inlet Valve, unit side panel, excitation system
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