NovaLT5 gas turbine

The best solution for CHP and industrial power supply The NovaLT5-1 gas turbine is based on the innovation and technology of the NovaLT12 and NovaLT16 gas turbines. The NovaLT5-1 gas turbine is the best choice for power generation, combined heat and power in the industrial and oil and gas sectors.
  • Power5.5 MW
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Technical specifications

NovaLT5 Unit of measurement Generator drive
Power MW 5.5
Efficiency % 29.4
NOx ррm 15
Exhaust gas temperature °C 580
Speed rpm 16 630
Length-Width-Height m 14 x 2.5 x 7.9
Weight tonnes 65
Service intervals
Hot runner inspection (medium repairs) hours 24 000
Major repairs hours 48 000


Electrical efficiency: 29.5%, including heat utilisation total efficiency amounts to 85%. High exhaust gas temperature to generate high quality steam. Low NOx emissions in operating range from 50% to 100% load and ambient temperatures from -20 C to 40 C.


The NovaLT5-1 follows Baker Hughes' new installation philosophy developed for small turbines. To ensure fast commissioning, the complete NovaLT5-1 solution comes with the top module assembled at once, the inspection and flushing cycles are completed.


High reliability, long uptime, reduced maintenance costs, and the ability to change engines quickly. Intermediate boroscopic inspections are not required. Hot run inspection: 24,000 hours/900 starts. Overhaul: 48,000 hours/1800 starts.

Areas of application:

  • Gas pipelines
  • Underground gas storage facilities
  • Generation
  • Industrial, Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
  • Single-fuel and dual-fuel operation modes

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