Audits and reports on air pollution control and noise control systems
Existing acoustic control systems and air pollution control systems can be altered or have sections removed/added by maintenance and operations staff who are looking to get more out of the systems than what they were originally designed for. This impacts on the original system design and eventually leads to inferior performance of the system. If a small addition is installed in one area of the system it will normally affect another part of the system, and can result in reducing the overall capacity of the system, causing product build up in ductwork systems and the affecting the balance of the entire system. An audit of the system looking at ductwork design; measuring operating parameters and comparing them to the original design can provide the plant operators with valuable information on how to get the most out of the system, without spending valuable capital on new system investments.
The audit also investigates the existing plant maintenance practices and reviews the overall operability of the systems. Following the audit a report will be provided with recommendations and associated costs for system improvements.