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Calculate your potential energy savings for the following:
Compressed Air Systems
Compressed air systems can be expensive to operate - and the opportunity for energy savings can be substantial.
HVAC Systems: Air Conditioners
Installing high-efficiency air conditioning and precisely calculating size can bring big energy savings.
HVAC Systems: Boilers
Reduce heating costs by ten percent or more when you install a high-efficiency boiler system.
HVAC Systems: Chillers
Chillers consume nearly 20 percent of all the electricity generated in North America, making optimization critical to cost savings.
HVAC Systems: Furnaces
Keep employees and equipment warm while cutting heating costs with a new high-efficiency furnace.
HVAC Systems: Geothermal
Also called ground-source heat pumps, this technology uses the natural warmth of the earth to cut heating and cooling costs.
HVAC Systems: Night Setback
Dropping the temperature just a few degrees can significantly reduce heating costs - and a night setback system will do it automatically.
Lighting: Compact Fluorescent Lamps
Fluorescent bulbs can pay for themselves in energy savings in less than two years - and the longer bulb life can significantly reduce maintenance costs.
Lighting: LED Exit Signs
Exit signs are vital to the safety of your facility - but they don't have to pinch your operating and maintenance budget.
Lighting: T8 Fluorescent Lamps
Energy-efficient T8 lamps with electronic ballasts are now standard for new fixtures and retrofits in commercial buildings, schools, and many industrial facilities.
Variable Frequency Drives
Variable frequency drives accomplish part load control by varying electric motor speed, significantly reducing energy waste.