Gas Turbine Flow | Your Flow Wants To Tell You Something...
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airsonic with probe fixed no markHow much time have you spent chasing down performance issues in your gas turbine? Have you had your OEM tell you it’s a compressor issue and in reality it was a hot section issue? Do you wish you had a real time independent measurement to quickly find the root cause? Well, the inlet air mass flow rate is crucial for monitoring the health of your unit as well as improving prediction algorithms about efficiency, output, failures, and more.

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