Industrial Noise
& Vibration Centre

Find the answer to your problem

The chances are, we have already solved it

Tag Archives for Power utilities

Stack and Fan Systems: Increased Efficiency and Lower Noise

Stealth and efficiency: the potential to make fans and stacks up to 20% more efficient and 99% quieter* Did you know it’s often possible to reduce the noise from stack systems and associated fans and to improve the efficiency using innovative aerodynamic technology … Continue reading

Tags: , , , , ,

Fan noise reduction – efficiency gains without attenuators

Award Winning Fan Noise Attenuation Technology Fan noise reduction technology reduces capital cost by 80% – 90% and reduces running costs The performance and efficiency of industrial fans is often seriously compromised by fan silencers, particularly for low frequency noise problems. … Continue reading

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Low Cost Fan Noise Attenuation in the Power Industry

An article about the application of our Quiet Fan technology (QFt) to reduce the noise from large fans feeding stacks in the power industry has been published in Power Engineering International. The journalist suggests that the widespread adoption of the … Continue reading

Categories: Fan noise control, Local Authorities, Noise Control | Tags: , , , ,

Industrial fan noise reduction: low frequency – tones – hums…

Award Winning Industrial Fan Noise Control – stealth and efficiency… Self-financing fan silencing – without silencers… Innovative fan noise reduction techniques that have saved £millions in capital and in reduced running costs… The efficiency of industrial  fans across the planet … Continue reading

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Occupational noise control

Profit from Noise Control Best Practice Our many clients benefit from award winning, innovative new technology in occupational and high hygiene noise control. Simpler, faster and providing 50% – 80% cost savings over conventional techniques such as acoustic enclosures, silencers, … Continue reading

Tags: , , , , , ,


INVC

INVC