For many businesses, a disruption to the compressed air supply is like a prolonged power outage – just more costly. That is why compressed air reliability is so important. Top-quality equipment and a central control and remote monitoring system can offer just that.
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Step 1: Select your currency and unit of measurement
Step 2: Fill in your annual running hours, system power, and electrical cost per hour
Step 3: Choose the percentage of energy saving
1 bar air pressure band reduction: 7%
Changing from fixed speed to VSD: 35%
Changing from fixed speed to VSD+: 50%
Installing an energy recovery system: 94%
Step 4: Select the numbers of years to visualize saving over time
Have a look at the estimation of your reduction in electricity costs and your CO2 reduction. To make it more tangible, we visualized the reduction in CO2 in more common comparisons such as CO2 emissions from charged smartphones and a households' yearly electricity use.
Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to make compressed air systems more efficient while saving money and the environment at the same time?
The bad news is that there isn’t one way to do that. The great news is that there are ten ways!
Best of all, some of them involve things you can do today and that will cost you hardly anything at all. By the end of the day, you could already be saving money.
If you want to know how, check out our new “10-step guide to a greener, better, and more efficient production.”