Why it's unique

The OP16 Gas Turbine enables...

  • Use of ultra low-calorific, contaminated fuels e.g. syngas, biofuels
  • Excellent solution for decentralized Waste to Power
  • Low maintenance cost
  • High hydrogen content in fuel accepted
How it works

Compressor Ratio

Allows for direct use of low fuel-gas pressures minimizing the need for external gas compression.

Combustors

Can be fitted and exchanged based on fuel requirements. All combustor types are interchangeable.

Radial Turbine

Allows for high fuel flexibility due to lack of cooling holes and robust forged design.

The OP16 can handle your gasified or liquefied waste as fuel

System integration

OPRA Turbines expertise

To ease the process of integrating the OP16 Gas Turbine into your current or new application, OPRA Turbines can assist by providing process know-how and knowledge of best practice. Are you looking for a turnkey solution? OPRA works with an international network of Oil & Gas partners who are experts in integrating our equipment into existing or new plants.

Applications

The OP16 Gas Turbine creates value in your application!

Biomass can be converted into liquid or gaseous fuels (Biogas). The high fuel flexibility of the OP16 Gas Turbine allows for utilization of low-calorific fuels even if the composition is fluctuating over time.

The high fuel flexibility of the OP16 Gas Turbine allows for utilization of low calorific fuels even if the composition is fluctuating over time. Synthetic gases of different compositions can be utilized as fuel!

The high fuel flexibility of the OP16 Gas Turbine allows for utilization of low-calorific liquid fuels even if the composition is fluctuating over time.

In many cases off-gases or tail gases are produced as a byproduct of industrial and chemical processes. The OP16 Gas Turbine can use even these challenging gases as fuel generating heat, steam and electricity to feed back into the process.

Ammonia processes typically produce a low-calorific tail gas which is often flared or simply combusted in a boiler. The OP16 Gas Turbine can utilize this gas to generate heat and electricity to feed back into the ammonia process.

Fertilizer plants require large amounts of heat, steam and electricity in their processes. In many cases off-gases are produced as a byproduct of fertilizer operations. The OP16 Gas Turbine can use even these challenging gases as fuel generating heat, steam and electricity to feed back into the process.

Whenever crude oil is stored in large containers, certain components “gas out” and form VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), which need to be removed from the tank. Instead of flaring these VOCs, OPRA Turbines can utilize VOCs as a valuable fuel.

The high fuel flexibility of the OP16 Gas Turbine allows for utilization of low-calorific fuels even if the composition is fluctuating over time. Landfill gases of different compositions can be utilized as fuel in the OP16 Gas Turbine!

Let Us Help Finance Your Equipment!

Financing available thanks to cooperation with Atradius Dutch State Business (Atradius DSB). Together with Atradius DSB, we can offer:

  • Financing up to 85% of contract value
  • Term up to 5 years matching project duration and cashflow planning
  • Minimum risk criteria set by Atradius DSB has to be met by the buyer and the project

Find out, together with OPRA, how to unlock funds for your next project.

Frequently asked questions

What people ask for the most

To ease the process of integrating the OP16 Gas Turbine into your current or new application OPRA can assist by providing process knowhow and knowledge of best practice. Are you looking for a turnkey solution? OPRA works with an international network of partners and technology owners who are experts in integrating our equipment into existing or new plants.