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M&I; manufactures the following unique products for gas turbines:

  • Combustion Air intake systems
  • Exhaust systems
  • Acoustic enclosures for turbines and generators
  • Ventilation systems for turbine and generator enclosures
  • Engine test cell silencers
  • Silencers for generator top covers
  • Air cooled lube oil heat exchangers

The M&I; intake system offers major benefits: The pressure drop at the filter housing,
across the filter and evaporative cooler media, and the multi-sided splitter module
is low since the velocity distribution across these components is uniform and
no additional silencer is needed. The pressure drop is reduced by 0.5 to 1.5 inches
Water Gauge in comparison to the conventional design. Specially designed, multi-sided
aerodynamic and acoustic splitter module maximizes acoustic performance as a result
of repeated process of sound reflection and absorption. The inlet flow distortion
to the gas turbine is minimized, in addition to providing excellent acoustic performance.
It is designed to accommodate both in-line and cold end driven generators. The
sound levels at one meter from the M&I; unit is less than 76 dB(A) versus 80 to
85 dB(A) with the conventional design. The filter housing height and the overall
footprint is reduced. Multiple-sided entry is used and the inlet silencer is incorporated
into the intake housing, providing vertical airflow. Site installation cost is
lower due to modular design and reduced overall size of the system. PRODUCTS FOR
BOILERS M&I; manufactures the following unique products for Boiler applications
in the power industry:

  • Inlet/Outlet passage duct for the F.D. Fan
  • Improvement of the flow condition of flue gas across ESP and SCR
  • Proper dilution airflow inside the windbox
  • Proper mixing of primary and tempering air for effective combustion
  • Flow control devices minimizing flow separation and pressure drop leading to optimum flow field conditions

The M&I; intake system offers major benefits:

  • Reduction of overloading of ID/FD fans, reduction of insufficient fan capacity/future
    margins to incorporate additional environmental equipment.
  • Reduction of hi-differential pressure drop across silence and baffle plates
  • Improvement of optimal heat transfer in the air heaters and better flow distribution in
  • Selective Catalytic Reduction(SCR)
  • Electro Static Precipitators (ESP)
  • Elimination of duct vibration causing operational problems and high-maintenance cost
  • Reduction of excessive ash drop out in flue-gas ducts resulting in fouling, plugging and structural loading


  1. Proper duct design using CFD modeling and analysis
  2. Use of aerodynamically shaped diffusion system for uniform flow
  3. Use of acoustic fillers for uniform flow and for reducing vibrations/noise problems
  4. Converting unproductive velocity pressure to static pressure regain



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