Taking small steps
In an ever-changing world, we continue to evolve and innovate. As our filtration solutions are utilised in industries at the forefront of technological advancement, we have to. This is why our entire organisation is structured to foster ideas and new ways of doing things. Whether in our solutions, development, quality processes or supply chain, we are always taking smalls steps forward.
Since 1927, we have worked hand-in-hand with our customers, garnering invaluable knowledge and experience about the problems they face day-to-day, along the way. This ethos is as important to us now as it was then, and we strive to work together with our customers every time and in every situation.
We recognise that our customers are the ultimate judge of the value of our operations. Because of this, we are committed to being a world-class manufacturer and supplier who is incessantly striving for perfection. Constantly improving every aspect of our organisation. Always ahead.
There is only one direction for Vokes Air and that is forward. Unlike most companies in most industries, we have the privilege to work with a product that can take us towards a better world. We do this by creating products and services that enhance well being, and at the same time are environmentally friendly, cut down energy consumption and are recyclable.
A better world
From the surface of the earth to the upper stratosphere, the world consists of air. Air is a natural part of the world but at the same time is the product with which we work. We can’t see it, smell it, taste it or feel it, yet it is a vital part of our daily lives. At Vokes Air, we have the privilege to work with a product that can truly make a difference.
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An additional 50 Pa of pressure drop will reduce the energy output of a gas turbine by approximately 0.1%. For example, a 420 MW turbine will lose 3,679,200 kWh per year assuming the machine operates 8,760 hours p.a.