Kitmondo is your top destination for premium used industrial machinery. In our Factory Equipment category, we offer an exceptional selection of gas turbines specifically designed for complete production units. These turbines are expertly maintained, ensuring a superior combination of power, efficiency, and value.

Our gas turbines are renowned for their robust and reliable performance, catering to a wide range of industrial applications. Ideal for power generation, they are noted for their high efficiency, rapid start-up times, and adaptability to various environmental conditions. These turbines are versatile, suitable for both standalone power generation and integration into larger systems.

Each gas turbine in our collection undergoes a rigorous vetting process to guarantee top-notch quality and performance. Our machinery is a cost-effective solution, providing substantial savings compared to new equipment without compromising on efficiency. We feature top brands like General Electric, Siemens, and Mitsubishi, celebrated for their reliability and state-of-the-art technology. Prices range from €500,000 to €3,000,000, fitting diverse budget requirements.

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Year: 2002

Direct negotiation of a steam turbine from a major energy multinational located in Puertollano. The manufacturer is Nuovo Pignone, and the model is HNK 50/71. The steam turbine is designed as a single cylinder, of the non-overheating condensing type, which drives the generator rotor through a speed-reducing gear. Assembly of the steam turbine was completed in 2002 and the units …

Caterpillar TURBOMACH TBM T65

Year: 2011

Online auction of gas turbine from cogeneration plant. The turbine was shut down on June 30, 2022, while the overhaul, was carried out in March 2022. The turbine, gearbox, filtering system and generator are located within an enclosure in a warehouse with limited space. The removal of all this equipment must be through the roof of the warehouse, so it …

Used 777 MW Power Plant for Sale

Year: 1999

This plant is dual fuel fired plant with Natural Gas as main fuel, backup by Diesel Fuel Oil. The power generation side has a gross output capacity of approximately 777MW of electricity. The power plant is configured with combined cycle set up that consists of 3x SIEMENS SGT-4000Fv1 (V94.3Av1) Gas Turbine Generators, 3x Doosan make HRSGs, and 2x Siemens T6187 …

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AE United Arab Emirates

Two Second-Hand LM2500 Gas Turbines


These units have been meticulously maintained and come with a full service history to ensure their reliability and performance. **Key Details:** - **Model:** LM2500 - **Condition:** Second-hand, excellent condition - **Availability:** Immediate These turbines are ideal for applications requiring reliable and efficient power generation. The LM2500's reputation for performance and durability makes it a preferred choice in various industries, including …

Gas Turbines in Production Units: An Overview

Gas turbines are vital components in many production units, providing a key source of mechanical energy for a wide range of industrial processes. These high-efficiency machines convert energy from combustion gases into mechanical power, which can then be used for generating electricity, driving compressors, pumps, and other machinery. Gas turbines are commonly found in industries such as power generation, oil and gas, aviation, and manufacturing, offering a reliable and efficient means of meeting significant energy demands.

Different Types of Gas Turbines

Gas turbines come in various configurations, each tailored to specific applications and operational requirements:

Heavy-Duty Gas Turbines

Designed for high-power applications, heavy-duty gas turbines are commonly used in power plants. They are robust and reliable, capable of generating substantial amounts of electricity, typically ranging from 50 MW to over 400 MW.

Industrial Gas Turbines

Smaller and more versatile than their heavy-duty counterparts, industrial gas turbines are used in applications like cogeneration (combined heat and power), mechanical drive systems, and backup power. They generally produce between 1 MW and 50 MW.

Aeroderivative Gas Turbines

These turbines, adapted from aircraft jet engines, are lighter and more compact, offering rapid start-up times and high efficiency. They are ideal for decentralized power generation, peaking power plants, and emergency power supplies, with outputs ranging from 1 MW to 100 MW.


Microturbines are small-scale gas turbines that generate power in the range of 25 kW to 500 kW. They are often used for small-scale power generation, cogeneration, and backup power for commercial and residential buildings.

Key Components and Functions

Gas turbines are composed of several essential components, each playing a critical role in their operation:


The compressor increases the pressure of the incoming air, which is crucial for efficient combustion.

Combustion Chamber

In the combustion chamber, compressed air is mixed with fuel and ignited, producing high-temperature, high-pressure gases.

Turbine Section

The turbine section, comprising one or more stages of turbine blades, extracts energy from the high-pressure gases and converts it into mechanical work.

Exhaust System

The exhaust system manages the expulsion of exhaust gases, often incorporating heat recovery systems to boost overall efficiency.

Benefits of Using Gas Turbines

Investing in gas turbines offers numerous advantages for production units:

  • High Efficiency: Especially in combined cycle setups, where waste heat is utilized to generate additional power.
  • Reliability and Durability: Designed to operate continuously under demanding conditions, offering exceptional longevity.
  • Lower Emissions: Modern gas turbines produce fewer emissions than traditional combustion engines, making them more environmentally friendly.
  • Operational Flexibility: Quick start-up and shut-down capabilities allow gas turbines to respond rapidly to changes in power demand.
  • Compact Size: High power-to-weight ratio makes them suitable for applications with space constraints.

Selecting the Right Gas Turbine

Choosing the right gas turbine involves considering several factors to ensure it meets your specific needs:

Power Output

Determine the required power output to select a turbine that matches your energy needs, considering both current and future demands.

Fuel Type

Gas turbines can operate on various fuels, including natural gas, diesel, and biofuels. Select a turbine compatible with the most available and cost-effective fuel.


Higher efficiency turbines reduce fuel consumption and operational costs. Combined cycle systems offer maximum efficiency.

Maintenance and Servicing

Evaluate maintenance requirements and the availability of service support. Reliable maintenance is crucial for continuous operation.

Environmental Regulations

Ensure the turbine meets local and international emissions standards and environmental regulations.

Cost Considerations

Consider both the initial purchase cost and long-term operational expenses, including fuel, maintenance, and potential downtime.

Leading Manufacturers and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture gas turbines known for their reliability and performance:

  • General Electric (GE): Offers a wide range of models for various applications, with prices from $10 million to over $100 million.
  • Siemens: Known for high efficiency and advanced technology, Siemens gas turbines typically range from $8 million to $90 million.
  • Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS): Provides robust and reliable turbines, generally priced between $9 million and $95 million.
  • Solar Turbines (a Caterpillar company): Specializes in mid-sized applications, with prices ranging from $1 million to $20 million.
  • Rolls-Royce: Known for aeroderivative turbines that offer high efficiency and rapid start-up times, priced from $5 million to $60 million.


Gas turbines are indispensable in complete production units, delivering reliable and efficient mechanical energy for various industrial processes. With several types available, including heavy-duty, industrial, aeroderivative, and microturbines, choosing the right model depends on specific operational needs and power requirements. Leading brands like General Electric, Siemens, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Solar Turbines, and Rolls-Royce offer high-quality gas turbines suited for diverse applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating factors such as power output, fuel type, efficiency, and maintenance requirements, businesses can ensure they invest in the right gas turbine to enhance production capabilities and overall operational efficiency.