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Halton supplied UTG shut-off dampers specially designed for demanding arctic conditions to the Novoportovskoye oil and gas field in Russia

21/07/2020
The UTG shut-off dampers are designed to shut-off the air intake while the gas turbine is not in operation. Halton supplied UTG shut-off dampers to gas turbines in Novoportovskoye oil and gas field.

Halton supplied UTG shut-off dampers specially designed for demanding arctic conditions to the Novoportovskoye oil and gas field in Russia

Halton feels privileged for being part of The Novy Port project by supplying its UTG shut-off dampers to gas turbines in Novoportovskoye oil and gas field, located in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District.

The scope of supply included eight pieces of UTG shut-off dampers (four dampers per a gas turbine), sized 2500 (W) x 1800 (H) mm. Thanks to the efficient blade design of UTG, low torque actuators can be used to save costs and space.

The UTG shut-off dampers are designed to shut-off the air intake while the gas turbine is not in operation. While being in the open position, the blades face the direction of flow and do not cause a significant pressure loss.

The UTG shut-off dampers can withstand challenging arctic conditions. The supplied UTG dampers can operate down to -60°C.

Despite the threat of the Coronavirus, internal arrangements were made for internal non-destructive testing and completion of satisfactory Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) with the client. The deadline for delivery was achieved.

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James Parr
Sales Product Specialist