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Actuators: Solenoid beats Pneumatics

Case study highlights the cost benefits of electromagnetic actuators versus pneumatic systems. This covers investment costs as well as energy costs over life time, hence a full TCO (total cost of ownership) approach. Case study is based on a real example.

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Actuators: Solenoid beats Pneumatics

Integration: the cornerstone of the energy transition
Energy Efficiency Technology

Integration: the cornerstone of the energy transition

Over 1,200 companies taking part in the Energy show at this years HANNOVER MESSE. Key themes in 2017 will be the digitalization of the energy transition, virtual power plants, energy system integration and innovative energy storage solutions.

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Insuring Production Up-Time at New Center Stamping
Compressed Air & Vaccum

Insuring Production Up-Time at New Center Stamping

Production at the New Center Stamping plant is highly dependent on access to a reliable source of compressed air. Only a 25% reduction in available pressure causes air - dependent machinery to automatically shut down. When the air supply cannot be restored immediately, production ceases.

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Energy efficiency in the spotlight at HM17
Energy Efficiency Technology

Energy efficiency in the spotlight at HM17

Energy show at HANNOVER MESSE will again feature a large number of companies demonstrating energy efficiency. Glen Dimplex Deutschland GmbH supplies heating and cooling systems ranging from domestic heat pumps to industrial installations. "Energie.

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Heatpumps: vision vs. reality
Pumps Heating

Heatpumps: vision vs. reality

Heat pump technology provides heating and cooling at the same time, always. It is a matter of proper system design to make use of both sides. The potential of closed cycles is particularly high in industrial applications. A number of new products are expected in.

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Top 5: How to increase energy efficiency of pumps – start with the system
Pumps

Top 5: How to increase energy efficiency of pumps – start with the system

Pumps currently account for 10% of the world's total electricity consumption. Pumps are designed to meet many requirements, energy efficiency not always being one of them. Some plants are built with poor system design where pumps are not properly matched to the system.

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USA: EEIP´s new partner PUMP MARKETING SOLUTIONS (PMS)
Pumps

USA: EEIP´s new partner PUMP MARKETING SOLUTIONS (PMS)

USA industrial energy efficiency is vital to the U.S. economy, but at the same time consumes the most energy in the country to manufacture products. Next to areas such as steam or process heating, motor-driven equipment is a key energy user.

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Heatpumps - an overlooked opportunity?
Pumps

Heatpumps - an overlooked opportunity?

Heat pump technology is well known for provision of heating, cooling and hot water to residential buildings. Less known are the larger cousins of residential heat pumps -industrial and commercial units. They add an important factor to energy systems in cities, large buildings or industrial.

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45% TCO - Industrial Pumps fight for efficiency: part 3/4
Pumps

45% TCO - Industrial Pumps fight for efficiency: part 3/4

Operator Driven Reliability (ODR) is a key driver to increase the efficiency of industrial pumps. It is difficult to pre-assess the improvement margin of a maintenance concept. ODR emphasizes on operator involvement and ownership for equipment performance.

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45% TCO - Industrial Pumps fight for efficiency: Part 2/4
Pumps

45% TCO - Industrial Pumps fight for efficiency: Part 2/4

Pumps of rotary machines are made out of many components. Bearings are the key components which connect parts of the machine and make them move. Poor lubrication is one of the main causes of bearing failure. The key task is always to.

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