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Universal Silencer - Noise Control and Air Filtration

Air Filtration Products
Compressor Silencers
Engine Silencers
Fan Silencers
Filter Elements
Industrial Fan Silencer
Gas Turbine Silencers
Blower Silencers
Vacuum Applications
Universal Silencer is one of the world's premiere designers of noise control and air filtration solutions. Since 1959, manufacturers, packagers and end-users have relied upon Universal Silencer's standard and custom-engineered inlet and exhaust products to quiet and protect their equipment.

Universal Silencer's diverse solutions have been implemented in numerous markets, including:
  • industrial process
  • power generation
  • marine
  • oil and gas
  • emissions
and provides effective acoustic control and air filtration systems for
  • gas turbines
  • diesel and gas engines
  • fans
  • blowers
  • compressors
  • pumps
  • vent

Universal Silencer's product line includes a vast complement of silencers, air filter housings and elements, separators and accessories.

The company's staff of acoustic and filtration experts have designed solutions for global clients such as Solar Turbines (Caterpillar), Fairbanks Morse, Dresser- Roots, Siemens-Westinghouse, General Electric, Boise Cascade, Conectiv Energy and Cummins. The nearly 100 years of engineering and design expertise ensures that Universal Silencer has the answer for most every noise control or filtration challenge - from the most basic to the most complex.

More than fifty sales partners worldwide represent Universal Silencer noise control and air filtration products. Universal Silencer serves its international customers through sales offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Singapore and Australia.

Universal Silencer is an operating division of the Filtration Business Unit of Cummins, Inc., with its global sister brands Fleetguard, Nelson, Kuss, Fleetguard Emission Solutions and Separation Technologies. Universal Silencer was founded in 1959 in Libertyville, Illinois, acquired by Nelson Industries, and moved to Stoughton, Wisconsin to join its parent company in 1975. In 1998, Cummins acquired Nelson Industries and integrated it with the existing Fleetguard brand.

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