|DATE OF THE SITE||2009|
Larnaka is the main airport of Cyprus island. It covers a surface of 100 000 m² on two levels, welcomes nearly 9 million travelers per year and was reinforced to be anti seismic. In accordance with public rooms security regulations, the airport was supplied with 9 backup generators providing a power of 200 kW to 1 120 kW and manufactured by Cummins. In order to meet the acoustic constraints in public rooms, F2A performed an acoustic study taking in to account.
- Acoustic constraint: when a generator is turned on, it generates noise emergences that exceed the levels set by the noise on the workplace regulation and neighborhood regulation. Acoustic measures must then be taken.
- Noise level below 80dB at 10 meters downstream and upstream.
- Generators’ premises of large dimensions, needing a large air intake and air exhaust section.
200-mm thick splitters
Adapted for velocities up to 14 m/s
Anti-erosion glass silk on both sides
5-meter high splitters
SONIE BS splitters