Natural Gas Vent Silencer are used to control of noise that arises during venting of natural gases. The silencers are made up of concentric annular acoustic cylinders enclosed with a robust steel casing with one end dished or flat end and the other end open to atmosphere.
The aerodynamic noise is produced when venting of high pressurized gas such as Air, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Blast gas and Carbon-di-oxide to the atmosphere. The gas vent silencer is mounted on the discharge of the valve. The fluid enters through the silencer inlet (reactive section) where the pressure is reduced as per the requirements and process condition. Then it passes through the annular space between the acoustic packing where the sound energy is absorbed. These are used to attenuate the high as well as low frequency noise to the desired noise level.
Features of Gas Vent Silencer :
· Efficient acoustic performance
· Compact size
· Handle maximum capacity
· Rugged construction
· Air dryer
· Auto Clave
We are engaged in offering Gas Vent Silencer that reduces the level of unwanted noise discharging directly into the atmosphere. Depending upon the gas or steam flow in a pipeline, we manufacture and export this Gas Vent Silencer in various shapes and sizes customizing as per the need of our valued clients. Furthermore, these are accurately designed by our skilled technocrats maintaining the longer operational life, durability, negligible maintenance, dimensional accuracy at industry leading prices.
Discharge silencers and Intake Silencers are used to reduce the noise from building openings, equipment enclosures, and plenum systems. Any enclosed noise source that requires ventilation may need intake silencers or discharge silencers. Discharge Silencers should be located as close to the blower as possible.
Rotary positive displacement blowers discharge the air in slugs that have been compressed by the line pressure. These slugs can be highly destructive to equipment downstream of the blower. Discharge Silencers are necessary to reduce these pulsations. Discharge Silencers also serve to smooth out the airflow for proper use in the system. Without Discharge Silencers, the pulsations can vary anywhere from 40% to 80% of the absolute line pressure. With properly selected and sized Discharge Silencers, the fluctuation will be no more than one to two percent of the absolute line pressure.
The intake silencer and discharge silencer solutions developed by the experts at dB Noise Reduction can be integrated into existing systems, or we can design an entire noise reduction package for your new installation.
A large selection of accessories is available to customize your silencer to your application.
We can also integrate dampers, louvers and inline fans into the silencer design to provide an easily installed, single piece unit.
|Thickness||20 - 25 mm|