Smart scale energy solutions for electrical systems
Energize the electrical system by identifying saving potentials
Rising electricity prices and more stringent environmental laws make the energy needs to the top topic of each industrial company. Although an average saving of electrically driven systems is 25-30%, companies often fail to optimize their various production components. Our smart scale energy solutions for your electrical systems will help you to reach your targets.
When looking into the total life cycle costs of an electrical motor, energy costs are the biggest part. Therefore, investments in energy efficient motors or frequency inverters have a very fast payback. To quantify the real electricity consumption and savings of a motor exchange, real-time consumption data is relevant.
Using electrical efficiency helps to identify saving potential. The electrical efficiency is the relation between useful power output and total power input. Besides the energetically reasons electrical efficiency helps to:
Evaluate status and remaining lifetime
Find out the ideal point of operation
Avoid damages by constant monitoring
Oversized pumps installed
Eliminate bypass flows for control
Install high efficiency motors
Split volume flow to several pumps as a reaction of changing demands
System and phase load
Adaptations/enhancements of production facilities are often required. Therefore additional single phase consumers are often installed which leads to different loads of the phases. To identify/compensate asymmetrically phase load it is mandatory to monitor the electrical network which helps to:
Evaluate/run the electrical system with a symmetrical phase load
Indicate asymmetrical loads
Decide where/if additional electrical components could be installed
Avoid system problems/unscheduled downtime
Electrical application - parameters
Measuring and collecting is key
To identify and allocate the most electricity consuming assets and processes, measuring and collecting data are essential to have a base for further improvements.
Define the right KPIs which help you to evaluate:
System and phase load
Real power compensation