What are steam turbines used for?

Steam turbines are machines that convert a flow of steam into mechanical energy, which is transmitted to its mobile elements and can generate electricity on a small scale, as well as medium and large scale electricity production, as is the case in thermal power plants.

ATTSU's steam boiler models, such as the BV, are associated with the recovery of heat from gas turbines and engines, and use their residual heat, which can be substantial, to generate steam for industrial applications, and in the case of trigeneration, to generate steam for steam turbines.