Fan System Assessment Services

Bottom Line:

Fan System Assessments save you money...

We are trained by the US Department of Energy to perform Fan Assessments to determine the system efficiencies and recommend process changes.

According to the US Department of Energy, 70 percent of an industrial plants electric load is produced by motor systems. About 60 percent of this motor load comes from operating fans, pumps, and blowers. Old control technologies, changing operating conditions, and varying production needs create opportunities to substantially reduce the energy use of installed motor systems.

We are trained by the US Department of Energy to perform Fan Assessments to determine the system efficiencies and recommend process changes. We use the most current Computer modeling software developed to determine power cost savings.

We work closely with the electric utilities to seek power savings opportunities by system improvements, and work closely with our clients to apply for custom rebate applications with Efficiency Maine, Public Service of NH, and Efficiency Vermont.

Industrial Air Systems are constantly changing based on process changes, building modifications, or seasonal changes, and can be as much as 35% of a plant’s power cost and should be continuously modified to conserve power.