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Blower Silencers


Discharge silencers can be supplied with transitions from the Blower discharge flange to the silencer inlet. Transitions must expand at an angle not exceeding 15 Deg. on the fastest expanding side. Silencers are designed for a minimum of air resistance and a maximum of insertion loss.

Intake Silencers


Blower Silencers are designed to bolt directly to a Blower or Turbine inlet flange directly. The Silencer includes a silencing element, followed by a plenum section, with one or two removable plates to allow access to the bolts, and inlet screen. Options include 90 Deg Rain Hoods. Each Silencer is designed for uniform inlet flow at a minimum of air resistance.

Discharge Silencers


Discharge silencers can be supplied with transitions from the Blower discharge flange to the silencer inlet. Transitions must expand at an angle not exceeding 15 Deg. on the fastest expanding side. Silencers are designed for a minimum of air resistance and a maximum of insertion loss.

Blower Inlet Filter Silencers.


Blower inlet silencers with Low-Loss Inlet Boxes can be supplied with various types of inlet filters.  When clean, these filters will add aprox .15" WG Resistance to the System. Filter elements are removable Filter options include Stainless Steel, Aluminum Washable type, High Capacity Pleat Type, Carbon Filters, Filter Pads or a combination of 2 Stage, Pre-Filter and Post-Filter.

Silencers with Rain Hoods.

 

Blower inlet silencers designed to bolt directly to the blower inlet flange. This silencer typically designed with a 90 Deg Rain Hood, Filters or Rectangular duct section Access doors on the Inlet Box section are an option as well as custom height support legs to accommodate various Blower inlet centerline dimensions or Vibration Isolators.

Sound Barriers


Acoustic panels "Barrier Panels" of tongue and grove construction for easy assembly and disassembly.
Barriers come in a wide selection ot shapes, single shielding walls, multiple walls, or wall-ceiling combinations.
Depending upon the size of the barrier and the required loading, the barrier can be either sell-supporting
or be attached to a steel structure. The most common application is a free-standlng straight wall
or 'L' shape.  There are no limitations to the size or configuration of the barrier.

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