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CCP Plant in King's Lynn, Great Britain

CCP Plant Palm Paper,
King's Lynn, Great Britain

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The Task

Palm Paper Ltd. operates a paper mill for newsprint paper at the King`s Lynn location. This paper mill is currently supplied with steam by two shell boilers. To ensure the economical supply of the paper mill with electricity and steam, Standardkessel Baumgarte is to construct a waste heat recovery boiler with an auxiliary firing system.


The Solution

The new plant is a component part of a cogeneration plant, consisting of a gas turbine with downstream, supplementary fired heat recovery boiler. The vertically arranged steam generator is designed as a two-pressure system, consisting of a high-pressure and a low-pressure part. The HP and the LP steam generated is fed to the steam turbine and generates electricity. Arranged downstream of the HP and LP part is a hot water system that supplies to the heating system.
Natural gas is provided as a fuel for the gas turbine and the and the auxiliary firing system.


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Technical data

Number of lines


Energy Source

GT Exhaust Gas

GT-Exhaust Gas Flow

95.6 kg/s

GT-Exhaust Gas Temperature

537.3 °C

GT-Electrical Output

32.7 MW

Steam Capacity

HP81 t/h

LP11.2 t/h

Steam Temperature

HP515 °C

LP145 °C

Steam Pressure

HP90 bar

LP4.2 bar

Feedwater Temperature

Range80 - 105 °C

HRST Exhaust Gas Temperature

81 °C

Fuel for Auxiliary Firing

Natural Gas

Year of Commissioning


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