Electric motors are one of the largest consumers of electricity in the United States. The energy cost over the life of a motor is often several times the original cost of the motor. Frequently, motors are over-sized for the application and additional savings are achieved thorough proper sizing.
Large savings in the industrial sector can be attributed to efficiency gains in motor upgrades, air compression, pumping air distribution and other motors.
- ECM -Electronically commutated motors
- VFD--Variables frequency drives
- EMC and ECM--VFD consumes less power than standard motors for ventilation
- Maintain and operate motors through entire lifecycle
- Switch from belt drive to direct drive
- Longer insulation and bearing lives, lower heat output and less vibration
- Reduced energy costs
- Higher performance and lower failure rates