Companies that manufacture steam turbines of various sizes include General Electric, Turbocam International, Arani and Elliot Group. Among the industries these companies serve are aerospace, power generation facilities and marine clients. Each company has a website that displays its different steam turbine products and sizes.
General Electric provides steam turbines according to customer specifications. The features and benefits of GE turbines include high-efficiency steam paths, advanced sealing technology, lifecycle project management and a large group of last-stage blades. Turbocam operates in the United States and several other locations around the world and provides a wide range of steel turbine parts, including common blade materials.
Arani is based in India, but it has several business partners within the United States. Among the industries the company serves are captive and independent power plants. Customers can request quotes for steam turbine prices on the company's website. Specific turbine products include condensing turbines, extraction condensing turbines and back-pressure turbines.
Elliot Group is another global company with a manufacturing plant in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. The company website specifically advertises small steam 20 horse-power single-stage unit turbines. Among the industries the company's turbines serve are food processing, pulp and paper, power generation, chemical, and oil and gas industries