Wakefield Acoustics, which designs, manufactures and installs noise control technologies, has secured a six-figure contract?to present acoustic equipment for the new gas-fired power plant at Creyke Beck Power Station in East Yorkshire.
The new gas-fired power plant has become the to begin this category in the neighborhood and it is required to provide back-up power for as many as 50,000 homes at short notice.
As part of the contract, the organization will offer 11 high specification inlet ventilation modules, 11 outlet ventilation modules, and a combination of acoustic doors to aid the event within the Creyke Beck Power Station.
Wakefield Acoustics caused you to build a series of high specification noise control acoustic modules made to lessen the noise generated with the gas engines as a result of 70dB.
Commenting around the contract win, Lee Nicholson, Md of Wakefield Acoustics, said: “The project for Creyke Beck Power Station may be the latest with our growing portfolio of power generation plants’
“For the back of your extensive expertise in this sector we’re also delighted to are chosen as a key supplier to aid the job staying undertaken at Creyke Beck Power Station and check to using the services of our partners about the project to successfully complete the agreement.”