In Steel Plant Noise Control generally, Compressor casing, Gearbox, Discharge & suction ducting, intercooler, moisture separator and Lubrication system are predominantly emitting a very high noise level of approx. 116 dB(A).

industrial noise control generally involves the replacement of noise-producing machinery or equipment with quieter alternatives. For example, the noise from an air fan may be reduced by increasing the number of blades or their pitch and decreasing and the rotational speed, thus obtaining the same airflow.

Factory noise control, machine soundproofing, and factory & industrial soundproofing to mitigate noise sources and protect people in industries. Steel plants produce huge amounts of noise in plants and nearby area. They release a large amount of heat and heavy metals into the air. These heavy metals can cause breathing problems and have been linked to a variety of health issues.

Any acoustical study of steel mills and metal fabrication plants will reveal many of the industries’ inherent noise sources to be present in most plants. With the high demand for steel, there is an increased need for steel plants and their emissions.

Below is a list of noise control solutions to address these issues.

  • Discharge Silencer – Controlling noise pollution for systems that receive air from combustion engines and turbines is a priority for many organizations. It is vital that all Power Generation installations in Plant Rooms have the required noise control measures in place that ensures the facility meets the internal and external environmental noise criterion…
  • Acoustic Enclosures – we offer customized, self-contained, easily dismantled, and reassembled Acoustic Enclosures for heavy-duty gas turbine and diesel engines in power plants with noise-attenuated air inlet and outlet systems for enclosure ventilation, Air Intake Ducts with optimal acoustic performance and flow dynamics, Single or Multi-Blade Dampers, Exhaust Gas Ducts & Diffusers …
  • Acoustical Louvers – Provides sound reduction without restricting airflow in buildings and enclosures. Used in place of standard louvers for a high level of noise reduction.