A repowered boiler turbine generator plant is provided, which plant comprises one or more boilers and one or more gas turbines or internal combustion engines, each of which being connected with a generator and each of which supplying the boiler with exhaust gas; and wherein all the exhaust gas from gas turbine or internal combustion engine is supplied to the wind-box of the boiler; and a controller of fuel fired in the boiler ensures a content of oxygen in the flue gas from the boiler being either between approximately 1 % and approximately 6 % by volume as a dry gas, or generating approximately 100 ppm to approximately 1000 ppm by volume as a dry gas of CO, whichever oxygen content is the highest.
There’s some pieces of equipment in your fleet that you just LIKE. It may be that old Greensmaster that’s served you faithfully for years, or the Sand Pro that everyone calls only thing that HAS changed is the engine. Engine’s today are quieter, more fuel efficient and far kinder to our environment. That environment part is important. In some states, fuel emissions are a growing concern – so much so that many have instituted regulations for the amount of emissions that can be sent into the air. Others have set up incentive programs that encourage industry to replace diesel and gas-powered equipment with new, lower-emission equipment.
Don’t replace – repower.
There is another way. A way that lets you keep your old faithfuls and still have a more powerful, cleaner and quieter machine, at a price that is as much as 90% less expensive. That option is to repower rather than replace. Repower, according to one government source, means to replace an old engine with a new engine, a used engine, a remanufactured engine, or electric motors, drives, or fuel cells. It only makes sense – after all, why throw the baby out with the bathwater?
A Amar repowering includes all you need to get your dependable equipment working better than new. You can replace the original 14 hp motor with an 18 hp motor that works harder, quieter and cleaner – for about 20% the cost of buying new. On top of that, from the right company, you’ll get a full two year warranty on your new engine. And if your state has an Emission Reduction program, you may actually be able to be reimbursed for all or part of the cost of repowering your equipment with a cleaner engine. Check your own state’s web site for information, but in many states, if the new engine significantly reduces the emissions, you could qualify for grant money to repower with a new Amar engine. Amar Engine is an original part. Repower engines from Amar are designed to replace the engine that your machine came with. In addition to the motor, you’ll get all the fittings, bolts and parts you need to fit the new engine into your old machine. So if your old, dependable sand groomer, rake, lawnmower, tractor or utility vehicles are starting to be less dependable, take a serious look at the option of replacing the old, tired engine with a spanking new repower from Kohler Engines. You won’t be sorry.