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the first name in steam engines. 600 kva Skinner Steam Engine installed early in 1980 at Lord
Corporation in Erie, PA, will shave power peaks, supply low pres- sure steam and pay for itself in three years.
Skinner single or multi-stage mechanical drive turbines can provide efficient use of excess steam and reduce the need for expensive outside power. emerging leader in steam turbines
Cover photograph: "The Twin
Towers" by Loretta Reeves.
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Yesterday's graduate or today's veteran consultant recog- nize the Skinner Engine name and rank it number one among steam engines. Skinner has been around longer, has the most extensive service network and the largest spare parts inventory in the business. As energy costs mount, more people talk to
Skinner about using steam engines to meet power needs efficiently and dependably while applying "free" waste steam to heating, air conditioning and process requirements.
They also talk to Skinner about energy-efficient, single wheel re-entry and multi-stage mechanical drive turbines. The
Skinner family of turbines covers every drive application to 4500
HP (3357 KW).
If you are looking for econom- ical answers to mounting energy costs, call the steam engine and steam turbine specialists at
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