Industrial generators convert thermal energy into mechanical energy. They use steam to turn a turbine, which in turn produces electricity. The most common type of industrial generator is the steam engine. It converts thermal energy into rotational motion, which can be used to power devices like turbines and fans. Other types of generators include liquid oxygen and nitrogen engines, which produce electricity by burning fuel.
Unfortunately, accidents involving industrial generators can cause injuries. Injuries from steam and liquid oxygen can range from burns to asphyxiation. In the event of an industrial generator fire, the risk of serious injuries from exposure to steam and liquid nitrogen is high. Anyone who is near a malfunctioning industrial generator should take precautions to avoid exposure. If you are injured as a result of exposure to steam or liquid nitrogen, you may be able to seek damages from the responsible party.If you are injured as a result of an accident with an industrial generator, contact an attorney who can help you recover damages.