Impact turbine product introduction
The impact turbine is a special hydraulic propulsion mechanism that draws a free jet with kinetic energy, rushes to the runner bucket, and rotates the runner to do work, thereby completing a hydraulic prime mover that converts water energy into mechanical energy. The impact turbine is suitable for high-head, low-flow power stations. It converts the water from the pressure pipeline into a high-speed jet through the nozzle, tangentially impacts the runner, and drives the rotor to rotate, thereby driving the generator rotor to generate electricity. In the impact turbine, the difference between the working jet and the relative position of the runner and the number of work can be divided into a tapping turbine, a slanting turbine and a double-click turbine.