Hot Section Blades

A turbine blade is the most important component in gas turbine which are responsible for extracting energy from the high temperature, high pressure and high velocity gas flow exited from the combustion chamber. To survive in this difficult condition, turbine blades often use following common methods:

  • Using specific materials like superalloys
  • Using cooling passages
  • Using specific coating

Two major methods of producing hot section turbine blades are vacuum investment casting and forging.

We are using different types of material for manufacturing hot section gas turbine blades:

  • IN738LC
  • IN738C
  • IN713LC
  • IN713C
  • IN939
  • Nimocast 90
  • N 155
  • Nimonic 80A
  • Nimmonic 90
  • René 41
  • IN718

Some of hot section blades manufactured by FTS:

  • 1st and 2nd Stage power turbine stationary blade- Ruston TA1750
  • 2nd Stage power turbine stationary blade- Ruston TA1750
  • 1st and 2nd Stage power turbine rotary blade- Ruston TA1750
  • 1st Stage stationary blade- Ruston TA1750
  • 1st Stage nozzle- Ruston TB4000
  • 2nd Stage nozzle segment- Ruston TB4000
  • 1st Stage rotary blade- Ruston TB4000
  • Power turbine rotary blade- Dresser Rand
  • 1st,2st and 3st Stage rotary blade- Solar saturn
  • Turbocharger blisk- Turbomeca
  • 2nd stage Rotary Blade-GE Frame 5 Gas Turbine
  • 2nd and 3rd stage Compressor Turbine Nozzle -Solar Centaur Gas Turbine
  • Novou Pignone Gas Turbine Blade