Extract Stator Winding Heat From High-Purity Media


Obtain low-maintenance, dependable cooling of large (to 2000 MVA) turbogenerator stator bars. The stator windings are cooled by water flowing within stainless steel tubes embedded in the Roebel (stator) bars.


Tranter SUPERMAX® Shell And Plate Heat Exchangers can be used in isolation circuits to minimize the risk of contaminating the high-purity, deionized water cooling circuit with cooling media


  • Easy cleaning of the low-purity cooling media channel.
  • Higher resistance to leakage than square-plate, block-type heat exchangers or shell and tube heat exchangers.
  • Small footprint.
  • Large turbogenerators including those found in nuclear generating stations) use a combination of hydrogen and deionized water cooling.

Tranter SUPERMAX® Shell And Plate Heat Exchangers in isolation circuits remove heat from the deionized water media used to cool generator stator windings.
The Tranter SUPERMAX Shell And Plate Heat Exchanger