Power Optimisation in the Industrial Industry
Few industries have as great an impact on the daily lives of so many the world over as the energy and power industries. Without them, necessities as we know them today, including central heating, electric lighting and cooking appliances, as well as modern conveniences such as televisions, computers and mobile phones, would not be possible.
It would be no exaggeration to say that all the other major industries, including manufacturing, transportation and telecommunications, greatly depend on the energy and power industries.
Even so, many have come to associate these industries with waste and pollution. Collectively, they are among the leading sources of greenhouse emissions and consume more fossil and nuclear fuel than any other industry. Clean, renewable forms of power generation are rapidly coming online, but they amount to a small percentage of the energy generated today and decades will likely pass before they hold a dominant position in these industries. No one knows these issues better than the energy and power companies. They have an impressive record of constantly searching for ways to cost-effectively meet the world’s energy needs with cleaner, more efficient and reliable technologies.
What is Voltage Optimisation?
To cut a long story short, the process of Voltage Optimisation is one of systematically looking into where Power is used and applying Energy-Saving Techniques to as many stages of the process as possible. There is a common misconception that electrical loads need to remain constant, and AM Transformers argue that this is not correct. The notion that electrical loads always have constant power is not correct. For example, if the input current or voltage is required to vary in order to maintain the existing power level.
The formula P = I x V is used to calculate the power that is used for the product of both the current flowing and voltage applied. Power Required (P) is equal to Input multiplied by Voltage. AM Transformers will use this formula to Optimise the Power used – which depends entirely on the NATURE and TYPE of load concerned.
Benefits of Voltage Optimisation
A.M. Transformers Ltd supply three phase and single phase optimisers for the public sector; as well as for commercial, industrial and domestic use saving YOU statistically significant savings on your energy bills – up to 20% in some cases – and also prolongs the life of the equipment.
A voltage Optimisation Solution from A.M. Transformers has the following benefits:
- Optimises incoming voltage to the more efficient level of 220v
- Perfect for domestic use
- Ideal for use alongside PV Installations
- Save up to 20% on domestic electricity bills
- Reduce Carbon emissions by up to 4.5 tonnes within 25 years
- Maintenance Free – “Fit and Forget”!