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JL Components is proud to
fabricate and warehouse in Kansas City
for Stoddard Silencers

Stoddard Silencers

Silencers for any industrial application

Stoddard Silencers, Inc. has been designing industrial grade silencers, intake air filters and filter silencers since 1975. Its products and services are unsurpassed in the industrial market and Stoddard Silencers has gained a reputation for meeting and surpassing competitors in “head to head” comparisons. 

JL Components is your Stoddard Representative covering Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska

Contact us at 816-207-0090 for all of your silencing needs

  1. Discharge Silencers  - A rotary blower, such as a Roots URAI or RAM, delivers large quantities of air or gas at constant volumes for pressure or vacuum applications. These systems can produce excessive noise and vibrations. Stoddard discharge silencers provide a solution to control the noise associated with these blowers. 
  2. Intake Silencers -  A rotary blower intake silencers is used for atmospheric air intake and pressure discharge applications. It is designed to reduce the pulsations and noise associated with rotary lobe, screw, and helical screw type blowers.
  3. Air Filters and Intake Filter Silencers - Blowers, compressors and internal combustion engines all require clean air to work efficiently. Stoddard Silencers offers a full range of Intake Air Filters and Intake Filter Silencers for your air moving device or engine. A wide selection of available filter media allows you to select the filtration best suited for your application.
  4. Air Filter Elements - What sets Stoddard Silencers apart is the efficiency of the filter elements they provide. While most of the competition is using elements that filter 98% on 10 micron particles and larger. Stoddard Silencers uses a filter that arrests 99% of one micron particles and larger, It is standard on their F64 Intake Filter Silencer series. Comparisons of the internals of similar blowers show significantly more material gets through the 98% on ten micron filters. It is this material that wears the internals of a blower or compressor.