In its simplest form, a 2-phase geothermal plant brings hot high energy brine to the surface. The brine flashes into steam at the lower pressure as a result. In short, the steam then flows to power a turbine, which makes electricity.
We are a a designer and manufacturer of geothermal brine separators and steam scrubbers, demisters, or dryers including Webre designs. These vessels are undoubtedly crucial to the providing of clean, dry steam to the turbines. As a result, having clean, dry steam prevents damage to very costly turbines. Also, it helps significantly to lower plant operating costs.
We have a number of our pieces of equipment that are in use and performing very well. For instance, much of our equipment is in use near the Imperial Valley or the Salton Sea in CA, USA. Certainly, this area is known for having geothermal brine that carries very corrosive elements and easily fouls or builds up on equipment. In short, our designs are up to the task to ensure that nearly all traces of this harsh geothermal brine will not reach your turbines.