**Muemling Kraftwerk - Facts and Figures**

**The Spill Gate**

Two Flood control gates each is 122 inches (310 cm) long and 84 ½ inches (225 cm) high

One cascade retaining weir of 36 feet (11 meter) in length with fish pass

One canal entry gate 157 ½ inches (400 cm) long and 98 ½ inches (250 cm) high

This facility can safely regulate approaching floods up to a capacity of 1,495.8 cubic feet (42.35 cubic meter) water per second.

**The Canal**

Length of the entry canal: 554 feet (166 meter)

Deepest section: 82 inches (208 cm)

Capacity: 88,300 cubic feet water (2500 cubic meter)

Length of the exit canal: 98 feet (30 meter)

Water level in the entry canal at 454.64 feet above sea level (138.61 mNN)

Water level in the exit canal at 440.86 feet above sea level (134.41 mNN)

Difference in height (water head): 13.8 (13.78) feet (4.20 meters)

**The Power Plant**

**The Turbines:**

Two horizontally mounted Francis turbines manufactured in 1919 by world-renowned turbine maker Voith of Heidenheim, Germany.

Turbine I : Maximum capacity of 116.6 cubic feet (3.3 cubic meter) water per second

Turbine II: Maximum capacity of 77.7 cubic feet (2.2 cubic meter) water per second

When both turbines operate at maximum capacity, they generate the equivalent of 177 kW of power at the turbine shafts

Two fly wheels each with a diameter of 108.4 inches (275 cm), weighing 2.8 and 3.6 tons each.

**The Generators:**

Two asynchronous generators manufactured by Schorsch in 1981

Generator I: 390 Volts, 120 kW, 160 Amp.

Generator II: 390 Volts, 75 kW, 120 Amp.