Gas Turbine – Exhaust Blanking Plate

F-Class gas turbine exhaust blanking plate getting ready for shipment. ENtec worked with the end-user to redesign and retrofit the existing exhaust system to eliminate casing hot spots. Project was completed 2 weeks ahead of schedule and has eliminated safety concerns. ENtec is committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations.

If you have an exhaust system/stack in need of repair, or one from another competitor, please contact us for assistance.

Gas Turbine Noise Concerns

Call on ENtec Solutions for assistance with your gas turbine noise concerns. Whether it is analysis of potential noise solutions for a greenfield facility or an existing plant, our decades of experience in acoustical design techniques can assist in developing an optimized solution.

Our proven analysis techniques, including state-of-the-art 3D noise mapping software and advanced silencer designs, allow us to stand behind our guarantees. These same techniques also allow us to zero-in on designs that comply with client space constraints or critical pressure drop requirements. We offer acoustical guarantees for dBA criteria, dBC criteria and octave band criteria.

Gas Turbine Low Frequency Noise

One of the key design criteria for a gas turbine plant is consideration of low frequency noise, particularly for simple cycle facilities with residential properties in close proximity to the plant. One of the main emitters of low frequency noise is the gas turbine exhaust system.  The ENtec Solutions team of designers have decades of experience in developing cost-effective solutions for gas turbine exhaust low frequency noise issues. Our roots go back to our time with Higgott-Kane, who were recognized as industry leaders in the abatement of gas turbine low frequency noise.

Let us help you with a range of services, from development of sensible noise criteria and specification, right through to the supply of equipment guaranteed to meet your requirements.

Exhaust Stack Top Debris Screen

Gas Turbine exhaust system baffle failures create personnel and adjacent equipment safety problems with the potential of foreign debris ejected from the stack top.  A quick and simple solution is to install a temporary debris screen to eliminate any safety concerns until your next planned outage.  These screens are an inexpensive measure and can be fabricated and installed within a few weeks.

If you have a Higgott-Kane exhaust stack in need of repair, or one from another competitor, please contact us for assistance.