Wakefield Acoustics, manufacturer of advanced noise control systems designed for industrial use has successfully managed to secure a contract with a UK energy station. This six-figure contract will see the noise control solution manufacturer delivering a range of acoustic equipment that will be used at a new gas-fired power plant.
The company, Wakefield Acoustics, works to design, manufacture then install a range of innovative noise control technologies. These noise reduction solutions will be installed as part of the businessâ latest contract at the new gas-fired power plant which is located at Creyke Beck Power Station which is located in East Yorkshire.
As part of this six-figure contract, the company will be working to deliver 11 of their high specification inlet ventilation modules as well as 11 outlet ventilation modules. Wakefield Acoustics will also be installing a range of acoustic doors that will support the expansion of the power plant in the future.
This new gas fired power plant is considered to be one of the first of its kind in the region. When up and running the power plant is expected to provide backup power to 50,000 homes at short notice. The acoustics solution company has been working alongside their client in order to design a series of different high specification noise control modules. These units, when installed, are expected to reduce the noise that is generated by the gas engines that are installed on site. It is thought that the solution offered by Wakefield Acoustic could reduce the sound on the engines down to 70 dB.
This contract is the latest for to company in their ever expanding portfolio of power generation plants. The company has developed their expansive specialist knowledge in the area, and it is great news for the company that they were chosen to support the work that is taking place at Creyke Beck Power Station.