Marsh Industries’s new acoustic vibration reduction unit significantly reduces noise and vibration caused by diaphragm compressors.
Called the ‘Whisspurr, the unit aims to solve the worldwide problem in the water and wastewater treatment sectors, , of excess noise.
Designed to fit inline between the compressor and air diffuser, the Whisspurr dampens the high frequency pitch and absorbs sound and vibration generated from the compressor whilst enabling a consistent, unrestricted flow to the air diffuser – the Whisspurr does not restrict air pressure from the compressor, nor does it increase back pressure to the compressor.
The Whisspurr is available in four standard sizes and is compatible with all types of compressor; Bibus Secoh, Charles Austen, etc. The unit can also be retrofitted to older existing compressors.
Marsh Industries managing director, Steve Boyer, said “For decades noise pollution has been an accepted side-effect of diaphragm compressors used in domestic and commercial sewage treatment plants. The Whisspurr was designed to address this issue, however the unit can be retro fitted and can be used on virtually any make of sewage plant that depends upon the use of diaphragm compressors.”
Marsh is also launching acoustic compressor housings in two sizes that further widens the companies offering in this environmentally sensitive area.
01933 654582 firstname.lastname@example.org