Easy as 1, 2, 3

6/14/2024

Installation is as simple as cut a hole, apply supplied gasket to back of flange OR around door opening in module, drop in and screw in place. Pre-Hung, will install as left hand or right hand swing. 

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Site Safety

4/15/2024

There are many facets to providing turnkey demo and installation construction services. At Schock we do detailed cost estimating, provide plant laydown plans, thorough milestone scheduling is done, we identify crew size needs, and plan for rental equipment...

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Exhaust Silencer Upgrade

3/21/2024

The devil is in the details. Schock does not waiver on conservative design philosophies, material selections, and fabrication techniques. We have designed, fabricated, shipped, and installed well over 1200+ Silencer panels in the past several years....

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Gas Turbine User Groups

3/20/2024

Stop by and chat about Power Generation with Schock! We love talking about your site needs, the latest energy news, and general market development.

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What is the best practice, an insulation stand-off (scallop bar) or direct pin system

3/18/2024

Question: What is the best practice, a Scallop bar or direct pin system? Answer: When designed properly, both systems can survive for decades. However, the Scallop bar system utilizes a 304SS stud welded directly to a 409SS scallop bar. This dissimilar...

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Should the same liner design be used in any Exhaust Systems?

3/13/2024

Question: Should the same liner design be used in any Exhaust System? Answer: Schock has (3) Exhaust liner designs. All of which vary stud diameter, stud grid spacing, insulation protection, under liner support, and above liner clamping. Question: What...

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Is protecting the leading edge of a silencer panel necessary?

3/11/2024

Question: Is protecting or “tucking” the leading edge of the silencer panel perforated material necessary? Answer: NO. Some designers claim by “tucking” the leading edge under the frame materials, it is protected from the high gas velocities. Firstly,...

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High Temperature, High Velocity Exhaust Liner System

3/11/2024

Question: Why is the internal liner system necessary? Answer: The internal liner system is a layer of metal (typically 409SS) to protect the porous high temperature insulation from high exhaust velocities, which in turn protects the casing plate and...

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