Emerson introduces new noise attenuation options for Tartarini™ Type FL regulator


Internal view of Type FL regulator with Type SRS silencer  High resolution image


Grace Capwell
Emerson Automation Solutions
+1 (512) 834-7214

Tartarini Type SRII and SRS silencers ensure more efficient noise abatement for high pressure drops and high gas velocities. 

MCKINNEY, TEXAS (February 14, 2011) –Emerson Process Management announces the release of the Tartarini™ Type SRII and SRS silencer options for the Type FL regulators.  These new silencers provide an efficient noise prevention solution for natural gas transmission or distribution installations.   

Types SRS and SRII silencer options are available for 1, 2, 3, 4, 6-inch (DN 25, 50, 80, 100, 150), as well as a new 8-inch (DN 200) size, opening a broader application range for this product family. Noise reduction of up to 20 dB(A) can be achieved, depending on the application.  As a source treatment, Types SRS and SRII silencers utilize multiple orifices of special size, shape, and spacing, which reduce noise-producing interactions and offers an alternative to path treatment or buried service. Units already installed can be easily retro-fitted with a Type SRII or Type SRS.

 For more information visit www.tartarini-naturalgas.com

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