UK energy reduction initiative promises operational cost savings

24 April 2013

WEG, a manufacturer of energy efficient electric motors, has launched a new energy reduction initiative, designed to help manufacturers optimise efficiencies of existing equipment throughout their plants and processes.

The free assessment reviews equipment and outlines a number of steps manufacturers can take to reduce energy use and increase equipment efficiency and reliability, enabling them to minimise costs, reduce carbon footprint and total cost of ownership.

In partnership with Sulzer, WEG is educating UK customers in the selection of suitable plant equipment with energy saving potential, and giving objective, professional advice on improving productivity while reducing energy consumption and costs.

Experts will assess existing plant equipment and can install drives on-site to monitor and demonstrate existing energy usage. Then a variable speed drive (VSD) can be fitted, energy savings proven and potential savings related to project payback, on-going operational savings and total cost of ownership can be calculated.

It is suitable for all plant equipment, including pumps, compressors, fans and conveyor belts.

“Today there is greater pressure than ever on organisations to minimise their carbon footprint and reduce their costs and WEG is committed to increasing energy efficiency, offering customers valuable choices on how they can best enhance their bottom line,” said Daniel Griffiths, product specialist – automation, at WEG.

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