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FRAME7

 

 

TYPE:

Power Plant

DESCRIPTION:

New GE Frame 7EA Gas Turbine Power Plant

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

As is, where is

 


NEW GE FRAME 7EA GAS TURBINE POWER PLANT


 

 

 

   

 

SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE:
 

 NEW GE Frame 7EA Gas Turbine Power Plant

 CANCELLED PROJECT

 QUANTITY 3 EACH

 

60 or 50 Hz Applications

60 HZ RATING: 85.4 MW @ ISO

50 HZ RATING 80.0 MW @ISO

 

FUEL: NATURAL GAS

 

 

NEW surplus Frame 7 gas turbine power plants into the international markets.  These include both the 60 Hz applications such as Peru and Venezuela and the 50 Hz applications such as Nigeria, the Far East and the Middle East.

 

The 60 Hz sector offers the greatest market as the majority of the gas turbine manufacturers were dedicated to oversupplying the US market and have been slow to retool for the 50 Hz market.   The 50 Hz conversion is an existing Frame 7 capability that has been demonstrated.  

 

This is accomplished through adding a gearbox and increasing the saturation of the generator. 

 

Gearbox manufacturers already have designed and produced gearboxes for industrial and aero-derivative gas turbines in this output range that can operate in either the 50 or 60 Hz modes.  They have also designed and produced gearboxes specifically for converting the Frame 7 gas turbines to 50 Hz applications. 

 

Most of the power plants have less than 200 hours.  The scope includes the full power plant including auxiliaries, aircleaners, exhaust stacks, Turbine oil coolers, controls, breakers and transformers.

 
Price is subject to negotiation and we can enter into such negotiation on the receipt of a interested parties Sole Source Irrevocable Letter of Intent. Any Party interested in this Power Plant, must come to the table with adequate funds for the Total Turn-Key Project. This Procedure will be expected for all projects undertaken .

 

We are not interested to participate in Tenders, and only interested in Buyers who have a real need for our Services.

 

 

1. General Plant Description

1.1 Design Conditions

1.2 Equipment Overview

1.2.1 Gas Turbine

1.2.2 Generator

1.2.3 Control Systems

2. Performance Data

2.1 Guarantee Performance

2.1.1.1 Design Basis

 

The following also apply to the performance guarantees:

• Performance is measured at the generator terminals and includes allowances for excitation power and the shaft-driven equipment normally supplied.

• Guarantees are based on new and clean condition of the gas turbine. If more than 100 fired hours have elapsed before a performance test is to be conducted, a GE representative shall have the right to inspect the unit to assure that the power plant is in new and clean condition.

• Guarantees are based on a site test conducted as described in the Reference Documents chapter and per the Terms and Conditions of this offer.

• Performance curves for both the turbine and generator are included in the Performance Curves section of this proposal. From these curves it is possible to determine estimated performance at ambient temperatures,

percent loads, and barometric conditions differing from those listed in the above design basis table. These curves are used during the site performance test to correct performance readings back to the site conditions at which the performance guarantee was provided.

 

 

 

2.1.2 Emissions Guarantees

Notes:

For NOx emission compliance, refer to Standard Field Testing Procedure in the Reference Documents chapter of this proposal.

*For load range see chart on page 2.3

Particulates(PM 10 Front-half Filterable Only)

 

Emissions Guarantee Range

7EA DLN Combustion System

 

2.1.3 Near Field Noise Values

The near field sound pressure level (SPL) contribution from the GE supplied gas turbine equipment is guaranteed not to exceed 96 dBA when measured 3 feet (1 meter) in the horizontal plane and at an elevation of 5 feet (1.5 meters) above machine base line or personnel platforms with the equipment operating at base load in accordance with contract specifications.


2.1.3.1.1 Basis of Guarantee

The following also apply to the above guarantee:

• Testing methodology shall be based on the latest version of ANSI/ASME PTC 36. The final result shall be the arithmetic average of the SPL’s measured around the equipment after background and other corrections have been applied. The equipment shall be in compliance if the final result does not exceed the noise limit(s) specified above.

• Equipment shall be operated in a new and clean condition as intended by the designers when measurements are taken. All access compartments, doors, panels and other temporary openings shall be fully closed; all
silencing hardware shall be fully installed; all systems designed to be airtight shall be sealed.

• If the above guaranteed SPL exceeds the measured background noise by 10 dBA, no correction shall be necessary. Otherwise, corrections to the measured SPL shall be made per ANSI/ASME PTC 36 procedures. Background noise is defined as the noise measured with all GE supplied equipment off and all other plant equipment on.

• Intermittent noises such as steam safety blow off valves and filter pulse noise are not included in the above guarantee.

• Measurements shall be taken 3 feet (1 meter) away from the outermost surfaces of equipment, including piping, conduit, framework, barriers and personnel protection devices if provided.

• Measurements shall not be taken in any location where there is an airflow velocity greater than 5 feet per second (1.5 meters per second), including nearby air intakes or exhausts.

• Free field conditions must be prevalent at measurement locations. Testing and for and corrections to a free field shall be per ANSI/ASME PTC 36.

• Testing shall be done according to a test plan agreed to by both the customer and GE. Such a plan shall be submitted to both the customer and GE at least 30 days prior to noise compliance testing. The test results shall be submitted in the form of a test report that shall be made available to both the customer and GE.

Measurement responsibility shall be stated in the contract. If the customer has responsibility for the compliance measurements, GE reserves the right to audit or parallel these measurements.

 

 

 

 

2.3 Generator Performance Specifications

2.3.1 Performance Rating Conditions

2.3.2 Performance Rating, Synchronous Generator

 

6. GE Scope of Supply

6.1 Gas Turbine Systems..............................................................6.2

6.2 Generator ................................................................................6.8

6.3 Gas Turbine-Generator Controls and Electric Auxiliaries......6.14

6.4 Services.................................................................................6.20


This chapter presents a listing of the equipment and services which GE proposes to provide. The list is only a quick reference to the scope of supply.

Please refer to the Table of Contents to locate more detailed descriptions of the items listed here.

 

6.1 Gas Turbine Systems

6.1.1 Gas Turbine

Base-mounted gas turbine including:

· Modulating IGV

· Provision for air extraction


6.1.2 Combustion System

· Dry Low NOx combustion system

· Combustion system features

— Thermal barrier coated liners

— Nimonic transition pieces

— Reuter Stokes SiC flame detectors

— With compressor inlet heating


6.1.3 Fuel Systems


6.1.3.1 Gas Fuel System

· Natural gas only

· Stainless steel gas piping

· Duplex gas strainer

· Off base gas fuel module in a standardized location

· Gas fuel temperature < 365°F (185°C)

· Gas fuel heating system

— Electric heater, full load

· Gas fuel cleaning equipment

— Fuel gas scrubber, cyclone type

· Duplex, low pressure fuel filters, on-base


6.1.4 Lubricating and Hydraulic Systems


6.1.4.1 Pumps

· Shaft driven main lube oil pump

· Shaft driven main hydraulic pump

· AC motor driven, auxiliary lube oil and hydraulic pumps

· DC motor driven, emergency lube oil pump


6.1.4.2 Filters and Coolers

· Dual lube oil system filters

· Dual hydraulic oil filters

· Dual lube oil coolers

— With 90-10 copper-nickel U-tubes

· ASME code stamp

— Lube oil coolers

— Lube oil filters


6.1.4.3 Lube Oil Piping

· 304L stainless steel lube oil feed pipe

· Carbon steel lube oil drain pipe

· Lube system valve stainless steel trim

· Schedule 10 lube oil piping inside lube oil tank


6.1.4.4 Mist Elimination

· Lube vent demister


6.1.4.5 Oil Reservoir

· With heater for -20°F


6.1.4.6 Instrumentation

· Delta pressure switches for lubrication and hydraulic oil filters


6.1.5 Inlet System

· Inlet system arrangement

— Up and forward inlet system arrangement

— Inlet compartment supports straddle ductline

· Inlet filtration

— Self-cleaning inlet filter

— Compressor bleed air supply for filter cleaning

— Moisture resistant filter media (high humidity environments)

— Air processing unit (APU) with galvanized steel piping

— APU heat tracing kit

— APU NEMA 4X kit

— Weather protection on inlet filter compartment

— Inlet system differential pressure indicator

— Inlet system differential pressure alarm

— Inlet filter compartment support steel (Seismic Zone 2A, <= 100 mph wind speed)

— Caged ladder access to inlet filter compartment

— Left hand access to inlet filter compartment

— Inlet filter compartment interior lighting

· Inlet heating

— Inlet heating interconnecting piping

— Bleed heat manifold located in duct

— DLN premix turndown inlet bleed heat control

— Compressor pressure ratio operating limit bleed heat control

— Inlet bleed heat control valve(s)

· Inlet ducting

— Inlet silencing

— Inlet duct section arrangement per proposed mechanical outline

— Inlet expansion joint

— Inlet 90 degree elbow

— Inlet transition piece

— Inlet ducting support steel (Seismic Zone 2A, = 100 mph wind speed)

— Compressor inlet humidity sensor

— Compressor inlet temperature thermocouple

· Inlet system atmospheric protection

— Zinc rich paint inside and outside of inlet filter compartment

— Zinc rich paint on inlet filter compartment support steel

— Zinc rich paint inside and outside of inlet ducting

— Galvanized inlet silencing perforated sheet

— Zinc rich paint on inlet ducting support steel


6.1.6 Exhaust System


6.1.6.1 Arrangement

· Exhaust expansion joint

· Right side and up exhaust system configuration with exhaust plenum,

expansion joint, ducting and stack

· 100 foot exhaust stack

· Exhaust silencer


6.1.6.2 Exhaust System Features

· EPA compliant emission test ports

· Continuous emission monitoring ports

· Opacity test ports

· Architectural siding for horizontal exhaust duct only

· Special exhaust system access

· Exhaust duct pressure/temperature/flow ports

· Exhaust system materials and atmospheric protection

— Carbon steel exhaust system shell and stiffeners

— 409 stainless steel internal lagging

— Inorganic zinc primer

– Duct exterior


6.1.7 Couplings

· Oil filled accessory coupling

· Rigid load coupling

· Load coupling guard


6.1.8 Gas Turbine Packaging

· Lagging and enclosures

— Load coupling compartment lagging

— Off-base acoustic enclosure for turbine and accessory compartments

· Compartment ventilation, pressurization and heating

— Single turbine and accessory compartment vent fan

— Compartment freeze protection heating

— Heated turbine and accessory compartments for humidity control

· Plant arrangement

— Turbine designed for installation outdoors

— In-line accessory module

— Exterior unit walkways

· Turbine and accessory base painting

— Standard primer only

· UBC Seismic Zone 4 (except for inlet and exhaust)

· UBC Seismic Zone 2A for inlet and exhaust

· Hazardous area classification

— NEC Class1, Group D, Division 2

– Turbine compartment

– Accessory compartment

– Natural gas fuel compartment

· Special features

— Dual (metric-English) indicators and gauges


6.1.9 Fire Protection System

· Fire detection system

— Turbine, accessory and load coupling compartments

· Smoke detection system

— Control cab/PEECC

· Compartment warning signs

· CO2 supply system

— One low pressure CO2 tank per unit

— Tank suitable for 0-120°F (-18 to 49°C)

· Fire protection piping

— Turbine and accessory enclosures

· Hazardous atmosphere detectors in turbine and gas fuel compartments

— CHx detectors - natural gas compartment

— CHx detectors - turbine gas compartment

· Hazardous atmosphere detector readout

— CHx


6.1.10 Cleaning Systems

· On base piping for on and offline compressor water wash system

· Water wash skid

— Water storage tank and freeze protection

— Capability to heat water to 180°F (82°C)

— Skid enclosure

— Single skid per site


6.1.11 Cooling Water System

· Cooling system temperature regulating valve

· Industrial, off-base cooling water system

— Aluminum fin material


6.1.12 Starting Systems

· AC motor start

· Rotor turning systems

— Rotor indexing (borescope inspection)

— Non self-sequencing, hydraulic ratchet


6.1.13 Miscellaneous Systems


6.1.13.1 Special Systems

· Exhaust frame blowers on left side


6.2 Generator


6.2.1 General Information

· Open ventilated air-cooled generator

· Outdoor installation

· 60 Hz generator frequency

· Generator voltage 13.8 kV

· 0.85 power factor (lagging)

· Capability to 1.00 power factor (leading)

· Class “F” armature and rotor insulation

· Class “B” temperature rise, armature and rotor winding

· Self-cleaning inlet filters

· Generator bearings

— Pedestal bearing support

— Tilting pad bearings

— Roll out bearing capability without removing rotor

— Insulated collector end bearing

— Offline bearing insulation check with isolated rotor

· Monitoring Devices

— Two (2) velocity vibration probes at turbine end, one (1) at collector end

— Provisions for key phasor-generator

— Permanently mounted flux probe (stator wedge)

— Proximity vibration probes

– Two probes per bearing at 45° angle

· Generator Field

— Direct cooled field

— Two-pole field

— Finger type amortissuers


6.2.2 Generator Lube Oil Systems and Equipment

· Bearing lube oil system

— Generator lube oil system integral with turbine

— Sight flow indicator

· Bearing vapor extraction

— Vapor extractor and motor

— Coalescent mist eliminator

· Lube oil system piping materials

— Stainless steel lube oil feed pipe

— Stainless steel lube oil drain pipe

— Welded oil piping


6.2.3 Generator Grounding Equipment

· Neutral grounding equipment

— Neutral ground transformer and secondary resistor

— Mounted in neutral terminal enclosure


6.2.4 Generator Temperature Devices

· Stator winding temperature devices

— 100 ohm platinum RTDs (resistance temperature detector)

— Single element RTDs

— Grounded RTDs

— Six (6) stator slot RTDs

· Gas path temperature devices

— 100 ohm platinum gas path RTDs

— Single element temperature sensors

— Two (2) cold gas

— Two (2) hot gas

· Bearing temperature devices

— Chromel alumel (type K) thermocouples

— Dual element temperature sensors

— Two (2) bearing metal temperature sensors per bearing

· Lube oil system temperature devices

— One (1) bearing drain temperature sensor per drain

— Chromel alumel (tupe K) thermocouples

— Dual element temperature sensors


6.2.5 Packaging, Enclosures, and Compartments

· Paint and preservation

— Standard alkyd beige primer

— Terminal enclosure shipped separate

· Neutral terminal enclosure

— Convection cooled

— Neutral tie

— Neutral CTs

— Neutral ground equipment mounted in enclosure

· Collector compartment/enclosure

— Collector compartment/enclosure shipped installed

— Outdoor

— Exciter enclosure for brushless exciter

· Generator fire detection

— Thermal detector in generator collector compartment

— Smoke detector in generator collector compartment

· Compartment lighting and outlets

— AC lighting

– Turbine end

– Collector compartment

— DC lighting

– Turbine end

– Collector compartment

— Convenience outlets

– Collector compartment

· Foundation hardware

— Generator shims

— Generator alignment key(s) - collector end

— Generator alignment key(s) - turbine end


6.2.6 Electrical Equipment

· Motors

— TEFC motors

— Coated with antifungal material for protection in tropical areas

— Extra severe duty motors

— Cast iron motor housings

· Heaters

— Generator stator heaters

— Generator collector heaters

— Terminal enclosure heaters


6.2.7 Generator Excitation Systems, Static Components

· EX2000BR brushless field excitation regulator

— Regulator skid mounted with turbine control panel


6.2.7.1 Excitation Module Features

· Control/monitor/display through TCP

— Power factor controller in turbine control system

— Var controller in turbine control system

— Selection of automatic or manual regulator

— Raise-lower of the active regulator setpoint

— Enter setpoint command

— Display field amps

— Display field volts

— Display transfer volts

· Built-in diagnostic display panel

— Automatic voltage regulator (AVR)

— Manual voltage regulator (FVR)

— Automatic and manual bi-directional tracking

— Reactive current compensation (RCC)

— Volts per hertz limiter (V/Hz LIM)

— Volts per hertz protection (24EX) (Backup to 24G)

— Over excitation limiter (OEL)

— Offline/online over excitation protection (76EX)

— Under excitation limiter (UEL)

— Generator overvoltage protection (59EX)

— Generator field ground detector trip (64FT)

— Diode fault monitor (58EX)

— Bridge over-temperature (26EX)

· Dual source internal bulk power supply

· Millivolt shunt for field

· Surge protection

— Two phase current sensing

— Three phase voltage sensing

— Single pole dc field contactor/bridge


6.2.7.2 Performance

· 0.5 response ratio and 140% VFFL (100°C) ceiling @ Vt = 1.0pu


6.2.8 Generator Medium Voltage Enclosure

· Metal clad switchgear compartment

· 1000 MVA/5000 A at 40°C generator breaker

· Breaker rollout

· Dual generator breaker trip coils

· Lightning arresters

· Surge capacitors

· Power leads straight through switchgear compartment

· Non segregated bus duct for outgoing power connection


6.2.9 Generator Current Transformers and Potential

Transformers

· Current transformers (CTs)

— C200 current transformers (CTs)

— Line side CTs

– CT 21, 22, 23 (generator differential relay)

– CT 60, 61, 62 (breaker failure relay)

— Metering Class - 0.3B-1.8 (ANSI C57.13)

— CT ratio - 8000:5A

— Neutral CTs

– CT1, CT2, CT3

– CT4, CT5, CT6

– CT7, CT8, CT9

· Potential transformers (PTs)

— Fixed

— VT1, breaker high side

— VT2, generator line side


6.3 Gas Turbine-Generator Controls and Electric Auxiliaries


6.3.1 Control Cab/Packaged Electric and Electronic Control

Compartment (PEECC)

· Weatherproof, climate controlled, base mounted enclosure

· Supplemental wall-mounted air conditioner


6.3.2 Gas Turbine Control System Panel Features

· Triple modular redundant (TMR)

· Skid mounted control panel

· Auto/manual synchronizing module with synchronizing check function

· Generator stator overtemperature alarm (49)

· Droop control

· Load limiter

· Additional customer input contacts (digital), as available

· Additional customer output contacts (digital), as available

· Provision for analog inputs from customer, as available

· Provision for analog outputs to customer, as available

· Wet low NOx data for EPA compliance

· Vibration alarm readout and trip

· Electrical overspeed protection

· Constant settable droop

· Power factor calculation and display

· Power factor control

· VAR control

· Manual set point preselected load

· Air flow calculation and readout


6.3.3 Local Operator Station

· Commercial grade personal computer

· Color monitor

— Table top

— 17 in. screen

· Table top AT 101 keyboard

· Printer

— 24 pin dot matrix

· Display in English language

· 50 ft of Arcnet cable between gas turbine control system panel and local

operator interface <I>/HMI for indoor use

6.3.4 Remote Control and Monitoring Systems

· RS232C two way serial link (MODBUS) via remote HMI

· Ethernet link (GSM) to DCS via remote HMI server

· Multi-unit remote HMI

— One per site

· Commercial grade personal computer

· Color monitor

— Table top

— 20 in. screen

· Mouse cursor control

· Table top AT 101 keyboard

· Power 120Vac 60 Hz


6.3.5 Rotor, Bearing and Performance Monitoring Systems

· Performance monitoring systems

— Air flow measurement sensors wired to gas turbine control system

· Vibration sensors

— Velocity vibration sensors

— Proximity vibration sensors

· Bently Nevada 3500 monitor

— Relay outputs wired to gas turbine control panel

— Mounted with generator control panel

· Bearing thermocouples

— Bearing drain thermocouples

— Bearing metal thermocouples

· Borescope access holes


6.3.6 Generator Control Panel


6.3.6.1 Generator Control Panel Hardware

· Mounted in PEECC

· Skid mounted with turbine panel

· DGP without test plug capability

· DGP without ModBus communication interface

· DGP with communication interface

· DGP with oscillography capture

· DGP with printer port

· DGP with redundant internal power supply

· Generator breaker trip switch (52G/CS)

· Humidity sensor readout

· Hazardous atmosphere detector readout

· Bentley Nevada vibration monitor(s)


6.3.6.2 Digital Generator Protection System (DGP)

· Generator overexcitation (24)

· Generator undervoltage (27G)

· Reverse power/anti-motoring (32-1)

· Loss of excitation (40-1,2)

· Current unbalance/negative phase sequence (46)

· System phase fault (51V)

· Generator overvoltage (59)

· Stator ground detection (64G1)/(59GN)

· Generator over/under frequency (81O-1, 81U-1)

· Generator over/under frequency (810-2, 81U-2)

· Generator differential (87G)

· Voltage transformer fuse failure (VTFF)


6.3.6.3 Generator Protection Discrete Relays

· Synchronizing undervoltage relay (27BS-1,2)

· Breaker failure protection relay (50/62BF, 62BF)

· Breaker or lockout trip coil monitor relay (74)

· DC tripping bus, blown fuse protection relay (74-2)

· Generator differential lockout relay (86G-1)


6.3.6.4 Main Transformer Discrete Relays

· Main transformer differential/lockout relay (86T/87T)


6.3.6.5 Auxiliary Transformer Protection

· Transformer phase fault relay (50/51AT-2)

· Power phase fault relay (50/51AT-4)

· Transformer ground fault relay (51TN-2)

· Lockout relay (86AT)


6.3.6.6 Cranking Motor Transformer Protection

· Ground relay (59CM)


6.3.6.7 Features Integrated Into Gas Turbine Control System

· Gas turbine control system with speed matching, synchronization and check

· Manual synchronization displayed on gas turbine control system <I> / HMI

· Auto/manual synchronizing module displayed on gas turbine control system <I> / HMI

· Load control in gas turbine control system

· Temperature indication for generator RTDs


6.3.6.8 Generator Control Panel Metering

· Generator digital multimeter

— VM - Generator volts

— AM - Generator Amps: Phase 1,2,3 and Neutral

— MW - Generator MegaWatts

— MVAR - Generator MegaVARs

— FM - Generator frequency

— MVA - Generator MVA

— PF - Generator power factor

— MWH - Generator MegaWatt-Hours

— MVAH - Generator MVA Hours

· Generator watt hour - JEM1 (revenue class)

· Auxiliary transformer digital multimeter

— VM - Auxiliary transformer volts

— AM - Auxiliary transformer Amps: Phase 1,2,3 and Neutral

— MW - Auxiliary transformer MegaWatts

— MVAR - Auxiliary transformer MegaVARs

— FM - Auxiliary transformer frequency

— MVA - Auxiliary transformer MVA

— PF - Auxiliary transformer power factor

· Auxiliary watt hour - JEM1 (revenue class)


6.3.6.9 Generator Control Panel Transducers

· Generator watt/VAR transducer 4-20 mA output for input to TCP (96GG-

1)

· Generator TCP/droop control transducer 4-20 mA output (96GW-1)

· Generator watt/VAR transducer 4-20mA output for customer (96GG-2)

· Generator volts transducer 4-20 mA output for customer (96GV-1, 2, 3)

· Auxiliary transformer watts transducer 4-20 mA output for customer (96GW-aux)


6.3.7 Generator Protection

· Generator electrical protection equipment

— Ground brush rigging


6.3.8 Transformers

· Auxiliary transformer

— Load distribution center

· Starting motor transformer

— Starting motor limit amp


6.3.9 Batteries and Accessories

· Lead acid battery

· Single phase battery charger

· Battery and charger mounted in the PEECC


6.3.10 Motor Control Center

· MCC mounted in control cab/PEECC

· Tin-plated copper bus-work

· 42 kA bracing

· 480V 60 Hz auxiliary power


6.3.11 Motor Features

· TEFC motors less than or equal to 200 hp

· Coated with antifungal material for protection in tropical areas

· High ambient motor insulation

· Energy saver motors

· Extra severe duty motors

· Cast iron motor housings

· All redundant motors to be lead/lag

· Motor heaters

— Rated 110/120 volts, 50/60 Hz

· WP starting motor

6.4 Services

· Technical advisory services

· Transportation

— Domestic freight to the nearest available commercial railsiding

— Generator shipped with rotor installed

· Documentation

— Design drawings as described in the proposal Customer Drawing

section

– Drawings in Mylar form

— Up to 10 sets of English language service manuals per station,

including Operation, Maintenance and Parts volumes

· Turbine maintenance tools

— Guide pins (for removal or replacement of bearing caps, compressor

casing and exhaust frame)

— Fuel nozzle wrenches

— Fuel nozzle test fixture

— Spark plug electrode tool

— Clearance tools

— Fuel nozzle staking tool

— Combustion liner tool

— Bearing and coupling disassembly fixture

· Generator maintenance tools (1 set per site)

— Rotor lifting slings

— Rotor removal equipment including shoes, pans, pulling devices

· Installation equipment

— Trunions for generator

– On permanent basis

— Foundation/installation washer and shim packs

— Turbine flush piping and consumables

– One set of piping for up to four units

– One set of consumables per unit

· Electrical System Studies

— All electrical system integration/setting studies by customer, except as follows


6.4.1 Customer Observation Points

· Observe turbine control panel final software test

· Observe turbine control panel final inspection - ready to ship


SHIPPING CRATES  - WEIGHT & DIMENSION

4       4 sets  GE Frame 7 - ea  Packing Slip                  
                           
04/04/2002 7397-CONT 1 11500 240 96 102 20' CONTAINER WITH PARTS FOR 7397 38,51 11500     38,51  
04/04/2002 7398-CONT 2 11500 240 96 102 20' CONTAINER WITH PARTS FOR 7398 38,51 23000     77,02  
05/04/2002 7397 1 59000 271 135 146 ACCESSORY BASE W/EQUIPMENT 87,53 59000     87,53  
05/04/2002 7398 2 59000 271 135 136 ACCESSORY BASE W/EQUIPMENT 81,53 118000     163,07  
13/01/2003 37456001 3 59000 271 135 136 ACCESSORY BASE W/EQUIPMENT 81,53 177000     244,60  
13/01/2003 020000141480001 4 59000 271 135 136 ACCESSORY BASE W/EQUIPMENT 81,53 236000     326,14  
13/08/2002 3A059002 3 512 26 44 96 AIR CONDITIONER 1,80 1536     5,40  
13/08/2002 3A059003 3 512 26 44 96 AIR CONDITIONER 1,80 1536     5,40  
13/08/2002 3A059004 3 512 26 44 96 AIR CONDITIONER 1,80 1536     5,40  
05/03/2002 1A13001 1 1600 85 64 102 AIR PROCESSING UNIT 9,09 1600     9,09  
05/03/2002 2A13001 2 1600 85 64 102 AIR PROCESSING UNIT 9,09 3200     18,19  
11/12/2002 02001133A130001 3 1600 85 64 102 AIR PROCESSING UNIT 9,09 4800     27,28  
11/12/2002 02001144A130001 4 1600 85 64 102 AIR PROCESSING UNIT 9,09 6400     36,37  
26/03/2002 1093101 1 202 36 27 15 AIR SEPARATOR 0,24 202     0,24  
26/03/2002 2093101 2 202 36 27 15 AIR SEPARATOR 0,24 404     0,48  
13/12/2002 020005240931001 4 202 36 27 15 AIR SEPARATOR 0,24 808     0,96  
13/03/2002 1162704 1 3530 288 60 100 BARRIER WALL 28,32 3530     28,32  
13/03/2002 2162704 2 3530 288 60 100 BARRIER WALL 28,32 7060     56,63  
14/03/2002 1162705 1 23020 304 96 52 BARRIER WALL 24,87 23020     24,87  
14/03/2002 1162701 1 7600 204 102 156 BARRIER WALL 53,19 7600     53,19  
14/03/2002 1162703 1 6440 288 74 156 BARRIER WALL 54,48 6440     54,48  
14/03/2002 1162702 1 3700 204 74 119 BARRIER WALL 29,44 3700     29,44  
14/03/2002 1162706 1 2870 128 50 53 BARRIER WALL 5,56 2870     5,56  
14/03/2002 2162701 2 7600 204 102 156 BARRIER WALL 53,19 15200     106,39  
14/03/2002 2162703 2 6440 288 74 156 BARRIER WALL 54,48 12880     108,96  
14/03/2002 2162702 2 3700 204 74 119 BARRIER WALL 29,44 7400     58,88  
15/03/2002 2162705 2 23020 304 96 52 BARRIER WALL 24,87 46040     49,74  
15/03/2002 2162706 2 2870 128 50 53 BARRIER WALL 5,56 5740     11,12  
13/12/2002 020038631627005 3 23020 304 96 52 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 24,87 69060     74,61  
13/12/2002 020038431627003 3 6440 288 86 137 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 55,60 19320     166,81  
13/12/2002 020038331627002 3 4930 204 87 112 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 32,57 14790     97,72  
13/12/2002 020038531627004 3 3530 288 60 100 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 28,32 10590     84,95  
13/12/2002 020040331627006 3 2870 128 50 53 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 5,56 8610     16,68  
13/12/2002 020039141627005 4 23020 304 96 52 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 24,87 92080     99,47  
13/12/2002 020038941627003 4 6440 288 86 137 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 55,60 25760     222,42  
13/12/2002 020038841627002 4 4930 204 87 112 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 32,57 19720     130,30  
13/12/2002 020039041627004 4 3530 288 60 100 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 28,32 14120     113,27  
13/12/2002 020040441627006 4 2870 128 50 53 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 5,56 11480     22,23  
17/12/2002 020038231627001 3 7860 204 102 156 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 53,19 23580     159,58  
17/12/2002 020038741627001 4 7860 204 102 156 BARRIER WALL ACOUSTICAL 53,19 31440     212,77  
22/03/2002 1160501 1 480 128 20 19 BASE ARR 0,80 480     0,80  
22/03/2002 2160501 2 480 128 20 19 BASE ARR 0,80 960     1,59  
02/04/2002 1120701 1 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 1845     0,85  
02/04/2002 1120702 1 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 1845     0,85  
02/04/2002 1120703 1 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 1845     0,85  
02/04/2002 1120704 1 485 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 485     0,85  
02/04/2002 1120705 1 56 10 16 11 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,03 56     0,03  
02/04/2002 1120706 1 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 5     0,02  
02/04/2002 1120707 1 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 5     0,02  
02/04/2002 1120708 1 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 5     0,02  
02/04/2002 1120709 1 5 18 15 27 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,12 5     0,12  
02/04/2002 2120701 2 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 3690     1,71  
02/04/2002 2120702 2 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 3690     1,71  
02/04/2002 2120703 2 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 3690     1,71  
02/04/2002 2120704 2 485 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 970     1,71  
02/04/2002 2120705 2 56 10 16 11 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,03 112     0,06  
02/04/2002 2120706 2 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 10     0,04  
02/04/2002 2120707 2 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 10     0,04  
02/04/2002 2120708 2 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 10     0,04  
02/04/2002 2120709 2 5 18 15 27 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,12 10     0,24  
22/01/2003 020091131207001 3 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 5535     2,56  
22/01/2003 020091231207002 3 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 5535     2,56  
22/01/2003 020138131207003 3 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 5535     2,56  
22/01/2003 020138231207004 3 485 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 1455     2,56  
22/01/2003 020138331207005 3 56 10 16 11 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,03 168     0,09  
22/01/2003 020138431207006 3 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 15     0,06  
22/01/2003 020138531207007 3 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 15     0,06  
22/01/2003 020138631207008 3 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 15     0,06  
22/01/2003 020138731207009 3 5 18 15 27 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,12 15     0,36  
22/01/2003 020091041207001 4 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 7380     3,41  
22/01/2003 020139741207002 4 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 7380     3,41  
22/01/2003 020139841207003 4 1845 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 7380     3,41  
22/01/2003 020139941207004 4 485 44 32 37 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,85 1940     3,41  
22/01/2003 020140041207005 4 56 10 16 11 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,03 224     0,12  
22/01/2003 020140141207006 4 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 20     0,09  
22/01/2003 020140241207007 4 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 20     0,09  
22/01/2003 020140341207008 4 5 52 5 5 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,02 20     0,09  
22/01/2003 020140441207009 4 5 18 15 27 BATTERY ACCESSORIES 0,12 20     0,48  
05/03/2002 2123301 2 2040 60 88 64 BLOWER, EXHAUST 5,54 4080     11,08  
05/03/2002 2123302 2 2040 60 88 64 BLOWER, EXHAUST 5,54 4080     11,08  
12/12/2002 020010041233001 4 2000 60 88 64 BLOWER, EXHAUST FRAME-COOL 5,54 8000     22,15  
12/12/2002 020010141233002 4 2000 60 88 64 BLOWER, EXHAUST FRAME-COOL 5,54 8000     22,15  
27/12/2002 020009631233001 3 2040 60 88 64 BLOWER, EXHAUST FRAME-COOL 5,54 6120     16,61  
27/12/2002 020009731233002 3 2040 60 88 64 BLOWER, EXHAUST FRAME-COOL 5,54 6120     16,61  
03/01/2003 NBR Q2266 4 24 20 10 9 BOX 0,03 96     0,12  
21/03/2002 1MS1401 1 5875 168 60 48 CLG WTR PIPING 7,93 5875     7,93  
21/03/2002 2MS1401 2 5875 168 60 48 CLG WTR PIPING 7,93 11750     15,86  
19/12/2002 02000973MS14001 3 5862 168 60 48 CLG WTR PIPING 7,93 17586     23,79  
19/12/2002 02000964MS14001 4 5862 168 60 48 CLG WTR PIPING 7,93 23448     31,71  
26/12/2002 02003333A037001 3 1055 81 38 41 CONTROL ARR, INLET HEATING 2,07 3165     6,20  
26/12/2002 02003324A037001 4 1055 81 38 41 CONTROL ARR, INLET HEATING 2,07 4220     8,27  
19/11/2002 020003531313001 3 408 76 18 22 COUPLING ACCESSORY GEAR 0,49 1224     1,48  
19/11/2002 020003641313001 4 408 76 18 22 COUPLING ACCESSORY GEAR 0,49 1632     1,97  
28/02/2002 1131301 1 441 78 21 25 COUPLING GEAR 0,67 441     0,67  
28/02/2002 2131301 2 441 78 21 25 COUPLING GEAR 0,67 882     1,34  
07/03/2002 1D3N001 1 360 48 42 36 COUPLING GUARD 1,19 360     1,19  
10/04/2002 2D3N001 2 360 48 42 36 COUPLING GUARD 1,19 720     2,38  
17/12/2002 02000803D3N0001 3 500 41 39 35 D3N COUPLING GUARD ASM 0,92 1500     2,75  
17/12/2002 02000814D3N0001 4 500 41 39 35 D3N COUPLING GUARD ASM 0,92 2000     3,67  
15/07/2002 A9538 4 7 16 13 9 DATA PLATE 0,03 28     0,12  
15/07/2002 A9539 4 7 16 13 9 DATA PLATE 0,03 28     0,12  
13/03/2002 2A04114 2 4526 116 44 60 DUCT ARR-INLET 5,02 9052     10,04  
13/03/2002 2A04105 2 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 5400     18,91  
13/03/2002 2A04106 2 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 5400     18,91  
13/03/2002 2A04112 2 1700 274 24 19 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,05 3400     4,09  
13/03/2002 2A04107 2 725 115 15 12 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,34 1450     0,68  
14/03/2002 1A04103 1 16500 480 96 102 DUCT ARR-INLET 77,02 16500     77,02  
14/03/2002 1A04101 1 1160 48 48 24 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,91 1160     0,91  
14/03/2002 1A04109 1 700 45 48 29 DUCT ARR-INLET 1,03 700     1,03  
14/03/2002 1A04102 1 150 32 32 24 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,40 150     0,40  
14/03/2002 2A04113 2 1500 363 21 21 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,62 3000     5,25  
14/03/2002 2A04101 2 1160 48 48 24 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,91 2320     1,81  
14/03/2002 2A04108 2 700 45 48 29 DUCT ARR-INLET 1,03 1400     2,05  
14/03/2002 2A04102 2 150 32 32 24 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,40 300     0,81  
19/03/2002 1A04020 1 9900 342 87 92 DUCT ARR-INLET 44,86 9900     44,86  
19/03/2002 1A04115 1 4526 116 44 60 DUCT ARR-INLET 5,02 4526     5,02  
19/03/2002 1A04106 1 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 2700     9,46  
19/03/2002 1A04107 1 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 2700     9,46  
19/03/2002 1A04113 1 1700 274 24 19 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,05 1700     2,05  
19/03/2002 1A04108 1 725 115 15 12 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,34 725     0,34  
21/03/2002 1A04110 1 7100 251 109 98 DUCT ARR-INLET 43,94 7100     43,94  
21/03/2002 1A04104 1 1800 480 102 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 77,02 1800     77,02  
21/03/2002 2A04109 2 7100 251 109 98 DUCT ARR-INLET 43,94 14200     87,87  
21/03/2002 2A04103 2 1800 480 102 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 77,02 3600     154,04  
26/03/2002 1A04105 1 32980 576 102 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 92,43 32980     92,43  
26/03/2002 2A04104 2 32980 576 102 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 92,43 65960     184,85  
28/03/2002 1A04111 1 18000 255 133 161 DUCT ARR-INLET 89,48 18000     89,48  
04/04/2002 2A04111 2 26000 269 154 171 DUCT ARR-INLET 116,08 52000     232,17  
23/12/2002 02033843A041003 3 16500 480 96 102 DUCT ARR-INLET 77,02 49500     231,07  
23/12/2002 02033953A041014 3 1500 363 21 21 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,62 4500     7,87  
23/12/2002 02033823A041001 3 1160 48 48 24 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,91 3480     2,72  
23/12/2002 02033903A041009 3 700 45 48 29 DUCT ARR-INLET 1,03 2100     3,08  
23/12/2002 02034094A041013 4 1500 363 21 21 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,62 6000     10,49  
23/12/2002 02033974A041001 4 1160 48 48 24 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,91 4640     3,62  
23/12/2002 02034044A041008 4 700 45 48 29 DUCT ARR-INLET 1,03 2800     4,11  
30/12/2002 02033963A041015 3 4526 116 44 60 DUCT ARR-INLET 5,02 13578     15,06  
30/12/2002 02033853A041004 3 1800 480 102 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 77,02 5400     231,07  
30/12/2002 02033943A041013 3 1700 274 24 19 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,05 5100     6,14  
30/12/2002 02033893A041008 3 725 115 15 12 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,34 2175     1,02  
30/12/2002 02033833A041002 3 190 44 26 36 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,67 570     2,02  
30/12/2002 02034004A041004 4 32980 576 102 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 92,43 131920     369,70  
30/12/2002 02034054A041009 4 7100 251 109 98 DUCT ARR-INLET 43,94 28400     175,75  
30/12/2002 02034104A041014 4 4526 116 44 60 DUCT ARR-INLET 5,02 18104     20,07  
30/12/2002 02034014A041005 4 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 10800     37,82  
30/12/2002 02034024A041006 4 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 10800     37,82  
30/12/2002 02034994A041003 4 1800 480 120 96 DUCT ARR-INLET 90,61 7200     362,46  
30/12/2002 02034084A041012 4 1700 274 24 19 DUCT ARR-INLET 2,05 6800     8,19  
30/12/2002 02034034A041007 4 725 115 15 12 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,34 2900     1,36  
30/12/2002 02033984A041002 4 190 44 26 36 DUCT ARR-INLET 0,67 760     2,70  
07/01/2003 02033913A041010 3 7100 251 109 98 DUCT ARR-INLET 43,94 21300     131,81  
07/01/2003 02033873A041006 3 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 8100     28,37  
07/01/2003 02033883A041007 3 2700 129 71 63 DUCT ARR-INLET 9,46 8100     28,37  
08/01/2003 02033933A041012 3 26000 269 154 171 DUCT ARR-INLET 116,08 78000     348,25  
09/01/2003 02034074A041011 4 26000 269 154 171 DUCT ARR-INLET 116,08 104000     464,33  
15/01/2003 02034064A041010 4 18000 255 133 161 DUCT ARR-INLET 89,48 72000     357,91  
05/03/2002 1B9DD01 1 3350 126 120 44 DUCTING 10,90 3350     10,90  
05/03/2002 1B9DD02 1 3050 102 84 48 DUCTING 6,74 3050     6,74  
05/03/2002 1B9DD03 1 750 126 82 50 DUCTING 8,47 750     8,47  
17/04/2002 2B9DD01 2 3350 126 120 44 DUCTING 10,90 6700     21,80  
17/04/2002 2B9DD02 2 3050 102 84 48 DUCTING 6,74 6100     13,48  
17/04/2002 2B9DD03 2 750 126 82 50 DUCTING 8,47 1500     16,93  
10/12/2002 02001543B9DD001 3 3350 126 120 44 DUCTING 10,90 10050     32,71  
10/12/2002 02001553B9DD02 3 3050 102 84 48 DUCTING 6,74 9150     20,22  
10/12/2002 02001563B9DD003 3 750 126 82 50 DUCTING 8,47 2250     25,40  
18/12/2002 02001574B9DD001 4 3350 126 120 44 DUCTING 10,90 13400     43,61  
18/12/2002 02001584B9DD002 4 3050 102 84 48 DUCTING 6,74 12200     26,96  
18/12/2002 02001594B9DD003 4 750 126 82 50 DUCTING 8,47 3000     33,86  
08/03/2002 1163405 1 16830 408 138 48 ENCLOSURE 44,29 16830     44,29  
08/03/2002 1163406 1 10670 163 152 64 ENCLOSURE 25,98 10670     25,98  
08/03/2002 1163407 1 3640 144 52 52 ENCLOSURE 6,38 3640     6,38  
11/03/2002 1163402 1 6080 288 165 16 ENCLOSURE 12,46 6080     12,46  
11/03/2002 1163401 1 5860 288 165 13 ENCLOSURE 10,12 5860     10,12  
11/03/2002 1163403 1 4220 288 106 27 ENCLOSURE 13,51 4220     13,51  
11/03/2002 1163404 1 3860 288 100 18 ENCLOSURE 8,50 3860     8,50  
11/03/2002 2163405 2 16830 408 138 48 ENCLOSURE 44,29 33660     88,58  
11/03/2002 2163406 2 10670 163 152 64 ENCLOSURE 25,98 21340     51,97  
11/03/2002 2163402 2 6080 288 165 16 ENCLOSURE 12,46 12160     24,92  
11/03/2002 2163401 2 5860 288 165 13 ENCLOSURE 10,12 11720     20,25  
11/03/2002 2163403 2 4220 288 106 27 ENCLOSURE 13,51 8440     27,01  
11/03/2002 2163404 2 3860 288 100 18 ENCLOSURE 8,50 7720     16,99  
11/03/2002 2163407 2 3640 144 52 52 ENCLOSURE 6,38 7280     12,76  
16/12/2002 020003231605001 3 510 128 20 19 ENCLOSURE TO BASE ARR 0,80 1530     2,39  
16/12/2002 020003341605001 4 510 128 20 19 ENCLOSURE TO BASE ARR 0,80 2040     3,19  
16/12/2002 020111031634005 3 16830 408 138 48 ENCLOSURE, POWER PLANT 44,29 50490     132,86  
16/12/2002 020111131634006 3 10670 163 152 64 ENCLOSURE, POWER PLANT 25,98 32010     77,95  
16/12/2002 020110731634002 3 6080 288 165 16 ENCLOSURE, POWER PLANT 12,46 18240     37,38  
16/12/2002 020110631634001 3 5860 288