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Global market leaders 
in small hydropower

 

For more than 100 years, we have been turning the power of water into profitable energy. More than 10,000 power stations have left our factory since then. OSSBERGER hydro stations are located on all five continents, producing environmentally friendly energy without COemissions in this very moment. In the field of small hydropower, we are global market and technology leaders.

We will gladly make your current flow, too!
With power stations "Made in Germany".

 

 

YOU HAVE WATER RIGHTS AND WOULD LIKE TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY?
YOUR WATER RESSOURCES VARY CONSIDERABLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR? 

 

Then you are with the right company. We are your reliable and competent partner. No matter if mill or saw mill, irrigation canal or conveyers, grid-connected or stand-alone operation. We project, construct, deliver and install the electromechanical unit for your hydropower plant. 

Our motto is:
Solutions are best if they are tailor-made. We therefore develop the perfect turbine concept for your site in common with you.

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Our solutions

 

The original OSSBERGER® Crossflow Turbine is our premium solution. For more than 100 years it has been standing for performance and reliability. Continuous innovations and development on our own test-rig, as well as CFD studies and FEM based calculations always keep it tothe highest and most modern state of the art.

The original OSSBERGER® Crossflow Turbine scores with flexibility when coping with highly varying flows, great robustness and a constantly high efficiency. To make sure that you get the most out of your hydropower station, Ossberger also offers solutions for automatic control and regulation, as well as for trash rack cleaning. 

Products

 

Patented Crossflow Turbines are Ossberger's core business. However, to be able to respond to any request, we also offer other types of turbines. 

References

 

Take a look at a selection of our projects. We will be pleased to pick out references suitable for your project.
Please contact us!

 

 

Chile » Allipén


Year of construction:2012

Medium:river water

Hn:20,0 m

Qmax:2 x 9.000 l/s

Turbine (type):2 x OSSBERGER SH

125.213/28g

Nmech:2 x 1.480 kW

Operating mode:parallel

Germany » Brombachsee


Year of construction:2001

Medium:dam lake

Hn:32,0 m

Qmax:1.207 l/s

Turbine (type):OSSBERGER SH 6.042/12g

Nmech:315 kW

Operating mode:parallel

 

Switzerland » Lag Tiert


Year of construction:2010

Medium:river water

Hn:16,0 m

Qmax:850 l/s

Turbine (type):OSSBERGER SH 4.027/9g

Nmech:109 kW

Operating mode:parallel

Germany » Leerstetten


Year of construction:2012

Medium:river water

Hn:24,0 m

Qmax:6.000 l/s

Turbine (type):OSSBERGER SH 1.159/22g

Nmech:1.186 kW

Operating mode:parallel

Turkey » Vanazit


Year of construction:2010

Medium:river water

Hn:113,0 m

Qmax:3.500 l/s

Turbine (type):OSSBERGER G 125.036/28g

Nmech:3.388 kW

Operating mode:parallel

First steps towards your own hydropower plant

 

HAVE WE MADE YOU CURIOUS?

We will be pleased to send you further information. If you already have data for your future power station, we kindly ask you to fill in and return the respective questionnaire to us. 

 

 

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Did you know ...

 

that hydropower is one of mankind's oldest sources of energy? Chinese farmers already used it 5,000 years ago. The water wheel was invented by Greek engineers in the 4th century B.C. Today, hydropower produces more energy worldwide than nuclear energy, even though only a fifth of the potential is being used. In the medium term, about 16,000 terawatt-hours could be obtained additionally, that's the quantity the whole world consumed in 2005. Power out of water is one of the most sustainable sources of renewable energy. Especially if it is gained with small, decentralized power stations, equipped with OSSBERGER turbines. 

You have questions? We have the answers!