Failure Isn’t An Option
Improving Performance, Reliability & Compliance
At DanHart, our focus on the power industry is twofold: supporting the power generation process and serving as a partner in environmental stewardship. When optimization is key, our process professionals will procure the most cost-effective and high-efficiency products, and design state-of-the-art engineered systems that maximize output and minimize waste.
Our portfolio of mechanical equipment makes DanHart an essential end-to-end ally in power generation. We offer expertise in filtration and separation, heating and heat transfer, mixing, transfer, sealing technology, storage and distribution, as well as discharge, removal and treatment as it relates to:
- Fossil Fuels
- Nuclear Energy
- Hydroelectric Power
Convert challenges into opportunities with the support of our in-house engineers. We’ll pinpoint the issue–either on your behalf or in concert with your front-line operators–and then design and implement a processing solution that will meet your needs and improve performance.
Our power generation equipment suppliers represent the superior brands you’ve come to know and trust. We work closely with our counterparts on the manufacturing side to ensure our technicians secure the most durable, high performance and low maintenance products on the market.
Power Generation Applications
Our portfolio of mechanical equipment makes DanHart, LLC an essential end-to-end ally in power generation. We offer expertise in filtration and separation, heating and heat transfer, mixing, transfer, sealing technology, storage and distribution, as well as discharge, removal and treatment as it relates to:
Power Generation Industry, Power Plant, Powerhouse
A power plant or powerhouse, and sometimes generating station or generating plant, is an industrial facility for the generation of electric power.
Most power plants contain one or more generators, a rotating machine that converts mechanical power into electrical power. The relative motion between a magnetic field and a conductor creates an electrical current. The energy source harnessed to turn the generator varies widely.
Most power stations in the world burn fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas to generate electricity. Fossil-fuel power stations may also use a steam turbine generator or in the case of natural gas-fired plants may use a combustion turbine.