Efficiency Products

Motor controllers:
Motors are one of the biggest users of electricity on industry and over sized equipment is found more often than not, for idle motors no-load current is frequently about the same as the full-load current. When operated at constant speed the motor operates at close to full load regardless of the required output. Significant energy savings can be realized if the driven unit is operated at only the speed necessary to satisfy the demand or at least if the losses in the motor are minimized. Ask yourself the following questions and if the answer is yes contact us and we will help you.

· Does your motors run  lightly loaded for long periods? If you use motors in the plant’s process (conveyors, mills, positive displacement fans, pumps, compressors), and the process is lightly  loaded for  long periods of time while the speed needed is constant the efficiency can be controlled and running costs greatly reduced.

· Are you using dampers or throttles to control flow? Many plant processes use  centrifugal pumps, fans and compressors and control their output through valves, vanes, dampers or throttles, this presents a big opportunity to reduce emissions and save money by using more  efficient control methods.


Intelligent Lighting:
A lighting conservation program not only saves energy but is also a highly visibl indication of management’s interest in conserving energy in general, lighting conservation should be considered not only for its dollar savings but also for its psychological effect on the plant’s entire conservation program. Our high bay lights are far more efficient that common High intensity Discharge lamps, consuming half what HID's do for the same output, they live longer and can be programmed to respond to presence and daylight sensors to provide the right amount of light for each situation. Three strong reasons to consider intelligent lights are:

· Significantly reduce electricity consumption and maintenance: This opportunity will generate ongoing savings between 30% and 60% of the lighting electricity charges and maintenance costs (~$7000yr on 30 lamps)

· Improve the working environment and operational efficiency of your business: Alleviates stress on electrical infrastructure, reduce the maintenance requirements, lowers glare risks and enables a clear identification of a wide colour spectrum.

· Improve you carbon footprint: reduce your company's carbon emissions in one easy low risk project, one HID light burning 24/7 is responsible for emitting 1.69 tonnes of CO2 per year - that is the equivalent of driving a family saloon car 14,000 km or the carbon footprint of a single person flying from Sydney to Tokyo and back.