Generator Enclosure Repairs
We offer inspection of existing canopies that are in need of repair. After conducting an initial site visit we can advise what is best for your canopy which can include replacement of parts such as doors, exhausts and attenuators etc. We can fit parts on site, paint, re-seal, replace roofs and more depending on the condition of the canopy and requirements.
We offer a free inspection within a 150 mile radius of Colchester. Beyond that, we charge a small fee to cover travel expenses. This may vary depending on location.
The following jobs are example projects we have undertaken:
Example 1: Leaky + rusty canopy renovation.
Thinning + faded paint, broken seals leaking water into the container. Rusted outlet attenuator + exhaust stack.
Rusted out attenuator bottom - Water leaking through the top and filling internals with water.
Rusty exhaust stack + attenuator top
Paint peeling from roof, water leaking into gaps
Container prepped + primed for top coat.
Example 2: Exhaust lagging + roof replacement.
Customer was complaining about burning and smoke coming from the canopy when the engine got up to temperature. The exhaust had not been lagged and was burning the rockwool lining inside the canopy.
Cutting the roof off, exposing the rockwool lining.
After removing the rockwool lining + exposing the exhaust.
Fresh high temp cladding applied to the silencers.
New roof mounted and fixed, finishing the job.
Example 3: Exhaust + door replacement + canopy refurb.
Canopy with badly leaking roof and exhaust. One of the doors in poor condition.
Exhaust silencer sunk into container roof, badly holed.
Outlet exhaust pipe, heavily corroded, exhaust full of water.
Heavily corroded door + door sills.
Bottom of the door falling apart.
New box type exhaust silencers fitted to a new roof panel that sits over the whole left by the old exhaust. Complete canopy repaint, new door and door furniture. New door sill.
Example 4: New exhaust + canopy refurb.
Badly corroded canopy, caught in the nick of time for a revamp. Door was falling off, rusting all over and exhaust heavily corroded.
Exhaust in very bad condition.
Canopy has been cleaned up and had a fresh coat of paint. New angled trims fitted where necessary, new exhaust and the door repaired.
Example 5: Exhaust re-cladding, canopy refurb, ventilation cowls fitted.
Canopy in need of repaint. cladding roof installed previously by others over the exhaust. Was getting very hot and melting paint inside. No lagging on internal bellows.
No lagging on bellows
Exhaust missing lagging inside a replacement roof. Exhaust got hot and burnt paint on the old roof.
Heat resistant paint around silencer, old lagging removed.
New heat resistant cladding.
Repaint + new cowls fitted to the roof to help ventilate the exhaust.
Heat resistant cladding fitted to the bellows + Turbo.
Example 6: New roof skin, inlet doors, refurb and paint.
Heavily rusted inlet louvre and canopy body beginning to corrode.
Rear access panel heavily rusted.
Inlet doors falling apart, heavily rusted and collapsing internals.
Roof had been poorly repaired previously and was leaking.
Rusting inlet door
Rusting outlet mesh & exhaust flap.
Heavily rusted inlet louvre.
New pre-fabricated inlet doors fitted with new door furniture & hinges. Door shuts cleaned, treated & painted.
New inlet doors
New exhaust flap, new roof skin & end panel.
New end access panel, full canopy repaint.
New inlet door complete with door furniture
Canopy fully repainted
New roof skin, fully sealed.
New pre-fabricated fixed blade weather louvre fitted, finished with a coastal spec poly powder coating.
New stainless steel outlet mesh.
Example 7: New outlet louvres
Removed old rusty louvres
New louvres installed
For further information please contact CES at
Unit 5 Chancers Farm, Fossetts Lane, Fordham,
Colchester, Essex, CO6 3NY
tel 01206 240788