An existing client approached Stockbridge Airco with a request to help them with an energy saving project they had I the proposal stages.
The proposal was to use waste material form their production process in firing a CHP - Combined Heat & Power system.
There CHP unit needed to be housed in an acoustic enclosure/room, which the customer had designed, as they were surrounded by residential property & public areas.
After long discussions on site, on the phone & by e-mail with the client we modified the customers design proposal & managed to put together a new proposal that satisfied the clients requirement to do as much of the work themselves as possible & save further money by altering their original design.
Aside from the assistance in the design of the acoustic room to house the CHP unit & we manufactured & supplied silencers for the input & exhaust air to & from the room, two acoustic personnel doors with acoustic glazed viewing panels plus two axial fans for forced ventilation.
The silencers were 2500mm Wide x 2500mm Tall x 3000mm Long with internal air splitters all manufactured from galvanised steel with powder coated mild steel angle flanges.
The fans were 1500mm diameter bifurcated axials with ABB IE3 motors.
The installation was completed on time & our assistance in the design of the room allowed the client to save a considerable amount in comparison to their original proposal.