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With the enclosure removed the CHP engine can be overhauled
Kings College Hospital CHP Enclosures

Kings College Hospital in London has always been known for its innovation. Founded in 1840 within Lincolns Inn Fields, it moved to the current site, south of the river in Denmark Hill in 1909. With 950 beds, it serves an inner city population of over 700,000 people and acts...

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An Acoustic Enclosure within Connah's Quay Substation
Connah’s Quay Acoustic Enclosure Completion

We recently completed a complicated Acoustic Enclosure Project at Connah's Quay Power Station, which is a 1,420 MW gas-fired power station in Flintshire, North Wales. The new equipment was constructed offline, adjacent to the old equipment, so the transition to the new equipment could be undertaken with minimum disruption...

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The Kimpton Acoustics team on site as the Acoustic Barriers are dismantled
Acoustic Screens, Acoustic Enclosures and the danger of Impressed Voltages

One of the dangers of working close to the high voltages found within an electricity sub-station is the risk of impressed voltage. It’s not something that anyone would normally have to deal with or have even ever heard of. The technical definition of an Impressed Voltage doesn’t make it...

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Machine noise at work and five ways to control it by KImpton Acoustic Engineering
Machine Noise Reduction – What you need to know

Machine noise is a serious problem in a factory or industrial environment. And it’s one that any manufacturer or employer needs to understand and make steps to control and reduce. The Regulations require you as an employer to assess the risks to your employees from noise at work

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