Energy-efficient utilization of extraction and filtration technology
How manufacturing companies can sustainably reduce their energy costs through clever and forward-looking system design
The energy crisis is the great spectre for the European economy. Rising electricity and gas costs coupled with rising prices in the supply chain are pushing many a company to the brink of survival. However, as we all know, every crisis also offers opportunities - especially regarding the energy-optimized use of production technology and accessories.
The utilization of air pollution control systems has become standard for the majority of manufacturing companies. On the one hand, there is a company requirement to protect employees, manufacturing equipment and products from the influence of airborne pollutants and emissions - and on the other hand, there are legal requirements and regulations.
However, in times when the demand for energy savings is increasing, the use of extraction and filter systems seems to be more of a necessary evil. Yet this is precisely where the opportunity lies to save significant amounts of money over a longer period.
The approach to saving energy is not to reduce the performance of the systems. In order to eliminate a maximum of emissions such as laser or soldering fumes, dust or vapors, the extraction systems must perform at full capacity. The key to success lies in the design of the overall systems