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Energy Saving
We provide technology solutions proven to save energy and help reduce our impact on the environment
We implement Energy Saving Systems with Fast Return on your Investment
An Energy Management Program challenges your staff to produce products and services with minimum energy consumption.
The audit lets you know where you are today and what you can do to be better tomorrow.
A Better Public Image as an |dq|Environmentally Friendly|dq| or |dq|Green|dq| company.
Energy Management is a progressive effort marked by a gradual improvement in energy efficiency.
|dq|State of the Art of Technology|dq| more Productive that improves the competitive advantages of facilities for global competition.
International energy consumption is projected to increase by 50% by 2030.
Improvement of Environmental Performance and compliance with environmental regulations and abatement of pollution.

Energy Saving

Why save energy?

Why in the current context, the constant increases in operating costs of the facilities reduces profits, eroding capital and maintenance budgets, increases the costs of products and services, and reduces competitiveness.

An Agenda for Energy Management challenges his staff to produce products and services with the absolute minimum power consumption.

1. Lighting

2. HVAC

· Optimization compressors

3. Cooling

4. Facilities (Commercial Buildings)

5. Operational Processes

6. Parking Confined

7. Combustion (Calibration to Reduction in Air / Gas consumption)

8. Plant Services (Electricity, Water, Gas, Air, ventilation, steam, telecommunications)

9. Manufacturing

10. Monitoring for Increasing Productivity "OEE Downtime".

 

a. Fixed speed motors used in the Production and Services

· Transporters

· Mills, Mixers

· Injectors, Exhaust

· Pumps and others.

 I. Administration of Power Supply

· Find Lower Costs

· Pay Less for Power

· Demand Control

· Programs Demand Response

· Optimize the use of energy

· Intelligent use of energy and get paid for this

· Alternative Energy Sources

· Solar

· Wind

· Deregulated energy

· Consumption of Local Generators

· Suppliers of Alternative Energy

 II Managing an Efficient Energy Program

 1. Use Less Energy

a. Energy Assessments (Audits)

 Provides facility managers, updated action map their infrastructure and assets as well as their uses and energy costs. The Audit allows you to know where and what you can do today to be better tomorrow.

 · Lighting

· HVAC

· Cooling

· Operational Processes (Offices, Facilities)

· Produce with the Absolute Minimum Consumption.

· Minimize Energy Use, Maximize Productivity

· Plant Services (Electricity, Gas, Water, Gas, Air)

· Manufacturing

· Monitoring for Increased Productivity "OEE Downtime".

 2. Increasing Energy Efficiency

a. Program Energy Management

 The Energy Management is an ongoing effort, marked by a gradual improvement in energy efficiency.

· Maximizing Efficiency of Production

· Minimizing Energy Consumption

· Maintaining a High Power Factor Loads

· Maintaining a High Level Power Quality

· Acquiring and Using Economic Power Supplies

· Implementing Energy Saving Solutions with State Art Technology

 3. Turn off Stop equipment or processes not necessarily represent the savings

 a. Productivity Improvement

 · Maximize Productivity, Minimizes Energy Use

 · If the efficiency is increased productivity through a Measurement System of OEE Downtime, Energy use is minimized, along with getting the lowest cost and most reliable energy sources.

· In addition, to reduce energy costs and increase earnings potential, companies that take advantage of the opportunities for energy efficiency often get additional benefits such as:

· "State Art Technology" more productive to improve the competitive advantage of the facilities for global competition.

· Improving Environmental Performance and Compliance with environmental regulations and pollution abatement.

· Better Public Image as a company "Environmentally Friendly" or "Green".

 III Monitoring and Improving the Quality of Energy

 Power Quality (PQ) refers to the degree to which the electricity used is free of disturbances that cause energy waste due to inefficient use of it. An unnecessary increase in energy costs is the result of poor power quality that is being used inefficiently.

· Power Factor

· Harmonics

· Consumption KW, KWh, KWhr

· Trends

· Load Factor

· Demand

· Voltage and current

· Frequency

· fluctuations

· Transient

· Starting Current

· Measurement of lands

 IV Implementation of Applied Technology Solutions

· Lighting

· HVAC

· Optimization compressors

· Cooling

· Facilities (Plants, Offices, Buildings)

· Operational Processes

· Parking Confined

· Combustion (Calibration Reduction in Air / Gas)

· Plant Services (Electricity, Water, Gas, Air, ventilation, steam, telecommunications)

· Manufacturing

· Monitoring for Increasing Productivity "OEE Downtime".

· Fixed speed motors used in the Production and Services

· Transporters

· Mills, Mixers

· Injectors, Exhaust

· Pumps, etc.