Energy Reduction – Optimisation, Recovery and Re-use

Globalisation and the inevitable increase in energy prices over time places more pressure than ever on industry to reduce costs in the face of aggressive competition.

Our aim is to assist our clients in using energy and technology as efficiently as possible in their industrial and commercial manufacturing processes, primarily through heat reduction and energy re-use.

There are two key factors to achieving this – the first is the optimisation of all your processes and the energy they require. The second is heat recovery and re-use of any wasted energy, recycling energy that is currently lost back into the system.

To do this we require a clear and detailed understanding of your process and requirements. With over 35 years’ experience of tailoring innovative solutions to our clients’ needs, we have the skills and knowledge base to get up to speed quickly, working effectively with you to achieve results that exceed your expectations.

Whilst every process and working environment presents a unique set of requirements and problems, our teams of mechanical, chemical and control engineers will use their knowledge and experience to provide individually tailored commercial energy reduction solutions to meet your specific needs.

We have over three decades of accumulated knowledge – designing and installing heat recovery solutions to tackle industrial energy reduction across a range of processes and industries, with different and sometimes difficult problems.

We’ve optimised, recovered heat and re-used this recovered energy on a variety of equipment including Dryers, Ovens, Kilns, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, Turbines & Compressors, Stenters, Spray-Driers and Thermal Oxidisers – for a multitude of industries:- Printing & Coating; Paper & Tissue; Ceramic Tiles; Chemical; Brick & Mining; Fibre-Glass; Textiles – both woven & non-woven; Bakery & Food; Wallcoverings, Floorcoverings & Carpets, and Automobile Manufacture.

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