Power Gen & Marine
Filtration’s role in power generation and marine propulsion is critical. Air intake filters protect the most valuable equipment from degradation caused by exposure to outdoor air pollutants, whilst specialised process filters prevent the spilling of pollutant exhausts, like lube oil mists, into the atmosphere.
As a company, Vokes Air aim to become the global benchmark provider of air filtration for power generation and marine applications. Leveraging our specific know-how, we continue to develop air cleaning solutions which exceed the strictest requirements in this field in terms of performance, energy consumption and environmental compatibility.
Our product range for gas turbine air filtration is unsurpassed, with a range of solutions for end users, installation/service companies and OEMs for gas turbines, diesel engines, gas engines, compressors and blowers, and nuclear power. From working closely with our customers, we have continued to innovate, bringing products to market which solve the problems faced by power gen operators each and every day.
With this product range, Vokes Air is a primary partner of leading power engine manufacturers, improving the overall performance of their systems with advanced air intake filtration solutions that require ever less energy and assure the best protection against environmental challenges.
Furthermore, Vokes Air's replacement and retrofit systems provide outstanding opportunities to increase power output and generation performance, reduce production and maintenance costs, and minimise the environmental impact of power plants in service.
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An additional 50 Pa of pressure drop will reduce the energy output of a gas turbine by approximately 0.1%. For example, a 420 MW turbine will lose 3,679,200 kWh per year assuming the machine operates 8,760 hours p.a.