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    1. Sarang Sarang says:

      very good and informative article on design of water turbine. kindly provide pdf of this article at the end of the article. thank you

    2. Pablo g Manturano Pablo g Manturano says:

      can you send me a magazine with prices of your product like water turbine

    3. Robert Munyui Kamunyu Robert Munyui Kamunyu says:

      Kindly give the cost 30KWT Turgo Water Turbine high speed design

    4. Anwar Hussain Anwar Hussain says:

      We are required the beloPelton Turbine Range: 8-10” diameter, body should be made of cast iron,95% efficiency, 500W with complete gear box, pulley, coupling bearings, and other necessary accessories. w mentioned items quotation, delivery duration and shipment cost on urgent basis.

    5. Ali Feng Ali Feng says:

      Thank you so much!

    6. Ali Feng Ali Feng says:

      Hi there
      Thanks for the article. I am wondering if there are any turbines under 3 inches in diameter? And if so, how much energy does it generate? Thanks!

      • Ah, just realised its a water turbine you need. Yes 3 inch (75mm) for micro-hydro systems are available. The amount of energy it generates depends on maximum water flow, number of nozzles and net head (the energy in the water). The type of generator used will also make a difference.

    7. Mohamed Raheil Mohamed Raheil says:

      we have treatment water unit and products about 14 cubic meter every hour and reject about 29 cubic meter every hour too,I intend to use this wast water to rotate water turbine until generate power to run the water unite to save power ” power recovery system” Could you give me some instruction to use this method soon?

    8. Stuart McLaughlin Stuart McLaughlin says:

      If I have a water turbine that is for arguments sake 6″ in diameter and at a given flow rate rotates at 500 RPM, if I add a second 3″ diameter turbine to the opposite end of the shaft will the 6″ turbines RPM be reduced by 50% or to 250 RPM?

      • Stuart McLaughlin Stuart McLaughlin says:

        Note that the second turbine is facing the opposite direction to the 6″ turbine.

      • If you intend to run the two turbines of the same shaft, then the rotational speed would depend on the flow rate over both turbine blades as I would assume that both turbines are fed from two different water sources. One for the 6″ and one for the 3″. Thus the pressure head (H) and flow rate (Q) of each turbine can be adjusted to balance the rpm.

    9. Brian Andersen Brian Andersen says:

      Hi there
      Thanks for the article:)

      I have been looking for a turbine like the ones there is on watering machines with self reel in. on these turbines the water pressure drives the turbine and the turbine drives the reel in mechanism. I found NOTHING – Maybe you guys can point me in the right direction?

      Thank you in advance.

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