When one is looking to reduce the noise of a reciprocating internal combustion engine at the exhaust, ITS offers complete exhaust systems, from the engine output flange, including silencers, bellows, piping elements of the exhaust line, chimney (stack), and, where appropriate: Selective Catalytic Reduction device (SCR).

The exhaust systems for reciprocating internal combustion engines (diesel or gas) marketed by ITS are designed for stationary engines (e.g. generators, emergency units, cogeneration plants) or for fluvial and marine applications of any capacity. They have been developed and tested to make possible their installation downstream of all industrial engines, regardless of their brand and type.

A case-by-case design, taking into account the entire exhaust line with respect to both its acoustic performance and its aeraulic performance allows an overall optimization of the system for compatibility between high energy efficiency and low noise emissions.

Depending on the case, the components of the exhaust systems for reciprocating internal combustion engines may be mild steel or stainless steel. They are designed and built to meet the highest standards of quality and to last a long time.

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Exhaust silencer for reciprocating internal combustion engine
Anti-vibration elastomer mount (pad) and hanger
Selective Catalytic Reduction Device SCR - catalytic converter
Industrial stack

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ITS offers exhaust systems for reciprocating internal combustion engines for the treatment of noise and emissions of air pollutants.

Exhaust system for industrial engine, exhaust system for genset, exhaust system for reciprocating internal combustion engine, exhaust system for heat engine: all equipment that one can source from Isolation Technologie Services (ITS).

The exhaust systems for reciprocating internal combustion engines marketed by ITS are the best of the best, mixing design qualities made possible by the combination of decades of experience and state-of-the-art computational methods. FEM, BEM and CFD) for the simulation of the acoustic and aerodynamic performance of the sub-assemblies which constitute them, among which silencers and catalytic reduction device require, for their dimensioning, an extended expertise in fluid mechanics. With regard to devices for reducing emissions of atmospheric pollutants, a perfect mastery of physicochemical technology is, in addition, required.

The construction of exhaust systems for reciprocating internal combustion engines is carried out in workshops located in Europe, with a high level of indusriallisation, making it possible to produce quality materials with a competitive cost, and with short delivery times.