The 9F.06 gas turbine delivers higher output and efficiency than any other GE F-class gas turbine. These units provide an unprecedented balance of performance and flexibility and are engineered to meet the availability and life cycle economics you’ve come to expect from GE’s F-class gas turbines.

LOWEST COST OF ELECTRICITY IN ITS CLASS

In combined-cycle operation, the 9F.06 gas turbine’s efficiency of over 61 percent provides the lower cost of electricity in 50 Hz F-class technology.

GREATER FLEXIBILITY

With a fast ramp capability of 65 MW per minute, the 9F.06 turbine provides greater capacity for flexibility, including renewable energy support.

Full-Load Validation

The 9HA has been fully tested in our Greenville, S.C. facility, with an approach that is superior to operating a field prototype for 8,000 hours.
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9F.06 Gas Turbine (50 Hz)

All power plants are different, but one requirement remains the same – the lowest life cycle cost in the right size for your project. The 9F.06 is GE’s most powerful and efficient F-class gas turbine and benefits from over 2,000 hours of full-speed, full-load validation testing performed on previous F-class and H-class gas turbines.

  • F-class firing temperatures provide extended operation between planned maintenance events at 32,000 hour intervals
  • Similar architecture enables future upgrades to 9HA performance as plant requirements grow over time
  • Significant flexibility allows for customization for the specific power and exhaust condition needs of each project
  • Modular systems ease installation and reduce onsite labor requirements by reducing field mechanical welds by 25 percent and field installed valves by a factor of 10
  • Maintenance is streamlined with a quick-removal turbine roof, field-replaceable blades, and 100 percent borescope inspection coverage for all blades
  • Simplified dual-fuel system uses less water, eliminates recirculation, and utilizes enhanced liquid purge for improved reliability and dependability
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Product Specifications

9F.06  
SC Net Output (MW) 359
SC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 8,146
SC NetHeat Rate (kJ/kWh, LHV) 8,595
SC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 41.9%
Comp. Pressure Ratio (X:1) 19.5
ExhaustTemperature (°F) 1,132
ExhaustTemperature (°C) 611
Exhaust Energy (MM Btu/hr) 1,700
Exhaust Energy (MM kJ/hr) 1,794
GT Turn-down - Minimum load  (%)  38%
GT Ramp Rate - (MW/minute) 65
NOx (ppmvd) at baseload (@15% O2) 15
CO (ppm) at min. turn-down w/o abatement 9
Wobbe Variation (%)  +/- 15%
Startup Time - Conventional / Peaking (min.) 23 / 12
9F.06  
CC Net Output (MW) 532
CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,489
CC Net Heat Rate (kJ/kWh, LHV) 5,791
CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 62.2%
Plant Turn-down - Minimum load  (%)  49%
Ramp Rate - (MW/minute) 65
Startup Time (RR Hot, minutes) < 30
Bottoming Cycle Type  3PRH 
HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 2685/185
HP Throttle Temp. (°F/°C) 1,085/585
Reheat Temp. (°F/°C) 1,058/570
ST Configuration (Type) STF-D650
GT Generator Type (Cooling) Hydrogen
ST Generator Type (Cooling) Hydrogen
9F.06  
CC Net Output (MW) 1,067
CC Net Heat Rate (Btu/kWh, LHV) 5,476
CC Net Heat Rate (kJ/kWh, LHV) 5,777
CC Net Efficiency (%, LHV) 62.3%
Plant Turndown - Minimum load  (%)  23%
Ramp Rate - (MW/minute) 130
Startup Time (RR Hot, minutes) < 30
Bottoming Cycle Type  3PRH 
HP Throttle Press. (psia/bar) 2685/185
HP Throttle Temp. (°F/°C) 1,085/585
Reheat Temp. (°F/°C) 1,058/570
ST Configuration (Type) STF-D650
GT Generator Type (Cooling) Hydrogen
ST Generator Type (Cooling) Hydrogen
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