ENERGY SAVINGS & COMPRESSED AIR
Whether you are establishing, implementing or maintaining an energy management system to meet the international standard ISO 50001, we can help you continually improve the energy performance of your compressed air system.
By recommending best-in-class technologies and solutions, we’re helping our clients comply with their energy efficiency and emission reduction obligations. And we’ve got the case studies to prove it!
Case Study 1: Heat Recovery at ABP Cahir
Case Study 2: Air Treatment at Tipperary Cooperative
Case Study 3: Air Leakage Management at Hovione
Potential for Energy Savings is Significant
In a study conducted by the Energy Efficiency Institute at the University of Stuttgart, it was estimated 400 TWh/a electricity is required to power compressed air worldwide.
Speaking at an O’Neill Industrial event, Professor Radgen, University of Stuttgart, said
“When we talk about a compressed air system we are not necessarily just talking about the compressor – we are speaking about so much more; the controls, receiver, air treatment (dryers, filters or condensate technology), the distribution network, right down to the ultimate end use devices, which all have a factor to play in terms of the overall efficiency of the system. And when you look at the system in its entirety, the improvement potential is quite significant.”
BENEFITS TO YOUR BUSINESS
Here’s why you should embark on an energy management programme with O’Neill Industrial:
Contact For Services
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Heat recovery, provides a cost-effective way to reduce energy bills and benefit the environment by capturing the heat of compression and putting it to work.We have three options for new or retrofit systems.
Leakage Management & Audits
One of the fastest routes to energy savings. The majority of companies have a leakage rate of more than 20%. Apart from being completely unnecessary, it is expensive and contributes to your CO2 emissions. You can reduce your leakage level to less than 5%! Here’s how.