With a heritage in steam-driven equipment dating back to 1868, Skinner has earned a solid reputation in building single-stage steam turbines for clients around the world. Thousands of customers have designated Skinner as the driver of choice for their rotating equipment. Our S-Series models feature sleeve bearings and are generally in compliance with applicable API standards. Our SB-Series models feature ball bearings and are a more economical choice for most applications.
The S-11 and SB-11 models are usually replacement drivers for small lubrication pumps requiring 50 horsepower or less.
The S-18 and SB-18 models are the bread and butter drivers for a majority of pump applications up to 400 horsepower. These machines are ideally suited for smaller pump, fan or compressor drives and for small electric generator sets. The simplicity of the SB-18 usually makes it the preferred driver in this power range.
The vertical SBV-18 uses the same bearing sizes as our SB-18 with different angular contact for the orientation and grease lubrication with lip type seals on the shaft. The power range of the SBV-18 is from 5 to 300 horsepower.
The S-23 and SB-23 models are mid-range machines for applications requiring up to 900 horsepower. These machines produce substantial power for low steam pressure applications and are less expensive than our larger machines.
The work-horse of our line is the S-28 model, which can produce up to 2000 horsepower. Its larger size also allows for better efficiency. Aside from driving pumps, fans and compressors, it is widely used for electric generator sets.
The SK-25 is our largest machine and it is rated at up to 3000 horsepower. It is most likely to be considered for special purpose applications or large electric generator sets. State-of-the-art construction features of the SK-25 turbine include: velocity design with 2 wheels for ease of maintenance with easily replaceable blades, horizontal split construction for inspection and over-haul, sleeve type radial bearings, tilting pad thrust bearing, force feed lubrication and electronic speed controls.
Power-Gen 2018 will be held this coming December 4-6, 2018, in Orlando, Florida. This will be the 30th Anniversary event.
As a result of hurricane Harvey, the Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia (TPS 2017), originally scheduled for September 12-14, 2017, in Houston, Texas, was postponed until December 12-14, 2017.
With a heritage in steam-driven equipment dating back to 1868, Skinner Power Systems has earned a solid reputation in building single-stage steam turbines for clients around the world. Thousands of customers have designated Skinner as the driver of choice for their rotating equipment...
Each Skinner Power Systems steam turbine generator package is designed as an integrated system. We select the turbine, generator, gear (where required), couplings, baseplate, oil system, controls and instrumentation for compatibility to meet your specific needs. Auxiliary control panels, synchronizing and generator protection equipment and other accessories can also be added to your system.
Skinner Power Systems, located at 8214 Edinboro Road, was officially purchased by Time Machine Inc., in the fall of 2015. Time Machine Inc., a tool company based in Venango County, intends to expand the company.
These days there is a new buzz-word in our industry. It’s “Combined Heat and Power” or “CHP” for short. It can be defined as the simultaneous or sequential generation of useful heat and power from the same fuel source. Thirty years ago we called it “Co-generation.” Either way, it’s about getting the biggest bang for your buck!
Skinner Power Systems manufactures nine (9) models of single-stage steam turbines with power output of 5 to 3000 horsepower. Our turbines are generally in compliance with applicable API standards. All horizontally-split models are available with sleeve bearings. Certain models are also available with ball bearings.