ENS-200 integrates a series of applications (vacuum, actuators and blowing) aimed at understanding and implementing the methodology associated with energy saving in compressed air installations.
ENS-200 teaches you how to detect possible excessive consumption and suggest actions to prevent it.
Users will analyse different scenarios through a series of guided activities. Each experiment shows how much has been saved, both as a percentage and in the chosen currency.
This equipment acts on the four fundamental pillars of energy saving in pneumatics: PRESSURE, SECTORISATION, MONITORING AND AIR QUALITY.
This equipment acts on the four fundamental pillars of energy saving in pneumatics:
Pneumatic components must be set to just the right pressure. Avoid excessive pressure as
consumption is proportional to work pressure.
To sectorise means to divide. It is possible to sectorise by differentiating between zones with different working pressure levels. It is also possible to sectorise by area, thereby minimising the impact of leaks when a zone is not active.
Monitoring means to measure. Measuring makes it possible to locate defects in the facility and assess what can be saved by correcting them. Measuring can be done constantly or occasionally. Monitoring also leads to prevention, i.e. knowing when a part of the facility is beginning to consume more energy due to leaks or other faults.
A dirty filter generates a drop in pressure. If this filter is not replaced, the pressure must be raised to continue meeting system requirements. This poor practice has a negative impact on consumption which leads to more compressed air generation.