The most important role of a gas turbine is to produce electricity. Such installations need neither much infrastructure nor much civil engineering.
Over a few months, a station can be installed close to the location where the energy will be used. That is why such gas turbine engines can be located in desert, offshore or else in arctic regions. Yet those very diverse environments have an important draw-back: the pollutants contained in outside air can eventually cause erosion or clogging of the internal parts of the engines.
As such, Deltrian requires a whole range of filters that can efficiently collect the air-borne atmospheric contaminants and ensure users a profit-making and sustainable working of their equipments.