Mini Case Studies

Mini Case Studies

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With more than 35 years as an industry leader, Galebreaker is proud of the strong relationships we have developed with our clients, many of whom have worked with us throughout their careers. Below are some mini case studies showing the different types of applications and solutions we have supplied to our customers all over the world.

Wind Protection Screens in Colorado, USA

Comanche Generating Station, Colorado

Comanche Generating Station is a 1,500 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station owned by Xcel Energy and operated by Public Service...

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Preventing Birds from Accessing HVAC Equipment in Michigan, USA

Ford's Driveability Test Facility in Dearborn, Michigan

In partnership with Tower Service & Supply, Galebreaker came up with a fixed birdnet solution. The BN25 Birdnet Material was...

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Debris Filter Screens in Alberta, Canada

ME Global

Installing a combination of Galebreaker screens around the perimeter of the air cooler stopping any airborne contamination but still providing...

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Weather Protection in South Humberside, UK

South Humberside

Freezing sea winds can penetrate deep into the plant and particularly into the sub-cooling instrument capillary lines.

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Debris Filters in Switzerland

Recycling Plant, Switzerland

Galebreaker wind screens with a specifically selected porosity to stop airborne debris but not completely block airflow.

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Improving ACC Airflow in Massachusetts

The Dighton Power Plant

Installing a cruciform configuration underneath the ACC with our patented M75 fabric.

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Debris filter screens on an air cooled chiller in the UK

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Debris Filter Protection in the UK Debris filter screens on an air cooled chiller

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Winterization in Chicago

Chicago Area Tower

Retractable winterization screens for a counterflow cooling tower

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Air Intake Screens in Illinois


Pre-filter screens for a gas fired cogeneration facility

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