Pipe silencers – Cost-effective and efficient
Pipe silencers are used to reduce sound pressure levels in industrial ducts.
One typical application of pipe silencers is to reduce sound levels in fans with low nominal widths. When used as inlet and exhaust silencers, they help to significantly minimize background noise.
Pipe silencers as part of a comprehensive portfolio
Scheuch COMPONENTS has a wide range of products from the soundproofing industry. Pipe silencers are a cost-effective alternative to baffle silencers, which are also available in our portfolio. What’s more, we also offer a number of other innovative components that contribute to the reduction of sound emissions. Our cutting-edge resonators and other soundproofing products will not only help you to look after the health of your employees, but also to adhere to legal requirements in the field of environmental protection.
Bespoke solutions to specific problems
Ventilation systems generate high levels of noise emissions for a variety of reasons. As well as the flow rate, a number of other factors play an important role in sound pressure levels. Individual solutions are often needed to reduce these emissions in air ducts or other types of duct. We can provide you with these in the form of pipe silencers, or our soundproofing cabinets and all the other sound insulation components from our extensive portfolio.
Silencers for pipes are available in a range of lengths and designs.
To enable us to deliver individual solutions to specific problems, we offer pipe silencers in a variety of lengths. Our standard lengths are 1,170 and 2,170 mm, though special solutions are available at any time. Because the pipes can be screwed together, it is also possible to combine different lengths together. There are also differences in terms of the pipe nominal width. Here the rule is: the greater the nominal width, the lower the silencing effect.
Special designs for specific tasks
Our pipe silencers consist of an inner pipe made from a perforated plate and an outer pipe made from a galvanized or coated steel plate. The cavity between the two pipes is filled with a fire-proof, odourless and non-ageing mineral fibre as well as a glass mat cover to provide protection against drips. In addition to the standard versions, which can be used at temperatures between 20 and 250 °C, a number of special designs are also available, which are pressure- and impact-resistant, for example, or which are equipped with a PTFE film to increase resistance to moisture.