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Analysis / Measurement

Electrical energy is the most common energy source for industrial compressed air production and generally, the energy cost will amount to over 70% of the total cost of ownership.

Analysis and Measurement

However, in many cases, this cost can be substantially reduced through energy recovery, pressure reduction, leakage reduction, as well as the optimisation of operations through correct choice of compressor size, control and regulation system.

Measure

Measurement is the first step to take in a simple energy audit, which measures the efficiency of your existing compressed air system. Combined with your relative future requirements, this data allows us to understand and improve your energy efficiency levels. This is carried out by a data logger that measures air pressure and volume, electric voltage and current levels, and movements over a full 24 hour period
 

Analyse

We then provide an overview for potential cost savings by presenting this data from the audit and translating it into a clear ‘consumption’ profile, identifying all potential savings with the figures to match. The result is a complete report that makes it very easy to compare the potential payback on possible future investments.
 

Save

We conclude by presenting  our recommendations to you, and advising  the best  solution for your compressed air system.  We can confirm that your system is energy efficient or advise on an energy-efficient compressor that best matches your compressed air needs based on your specific profile and the results of the data analysis.

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