Electrical tracing, industrial heating and hydrocarbon detection

Tracelec Heating Solutions
CCT POWER STATIONS

The principle used to build Combined-cycle Thermal Power Stations consists in an arrangement of heat engines working together from the same source of heat, turning it into mechanical energy that drives electrical generation.

Two thermodynamic cycles coexist in the same system (water vapor and gas).

HOW?

Its main application is using natural gas or diesel.

WHY A COMBINED-CYCLE THERMAL POWER STATION NEEDS ELECTRICAL HEAT-TRACING

A Combined-cycle Thermal Power Station needs freeze protection of fluids in pipes, purges, tanks, instrumentations and proportioning systems. Also, it has to prevent the condensation in piping caused by the gases used.

TRACELEC® SOLUTION

Electrical Heat-Tracing using parallel type heating cables (Self-regulating and/or Constant Power) and temperature control adapted to each process. All commanded by direct temperature and power control panels.

Were we have worked?
YEARPROJECTLOCATIONCLIENT
2013Combined-Cycle BremenBremen – GermanyCobra Plantas Industriales
2011Combined-Cycle LithuaniaElektranai – LithuaniaIberdrola
2010Combined-Cycle Soto RiberaOviedo – SpainDuro Felguera
2010Combined-Cycle BesósBarcelona – SpainTSK
2010Combined-Cycle SugresEkaterimburg – RussiaIberdrola
2009Combined-Cycle Cas TresorerMallorca – SpainGas Natural
2008Combined-Cycle Escatrón IIZaragoza – SpainTécnicas Reunidas
2008Combined-Cycle RigaRiga – LetoniaIberdrola
2007Combined-Cycle As PontesPontevedra – SpainEndesa
2006Combined-Cycle Escatrón IZaragoza – SpainTécnicas Reunidas
2006Combined-Cycle AcecaToledo – SpainUnión Fenosa
2005Combined-Cycle ArrubalLa Rioja – SpainSiemens
2005Combined-Cycle San RoqueCádiz – SpainNueva Generadora SUR
2005Combined-Cycle PalosHuelva – SpainSiemens
2005Combined-Cycle BoroaVizcaya – SpainCobra