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energy audit: inefficiency

by John A. Herbert Part of the energy audit process should be to review the condition of the plant, and equipment, generally if problems are discovered these can be categorised as deferred maintenance. Here an example, an 800 mm axial fan, … Continue reading

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your air conditioning system handling the heat?

It’s the summer, and it’s hot, and humid, over the last few days it have been around 32 Deg C. And air conditioning systems across the region will be working overtime to keep your building cool. In Hong Kong and … Continue reading

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clean labels and motors

Buy the most efficient motor available, and keep it clean. Electric motors account for nearly sixty percent (60%) of the global electricity consumption!  Comparing the total life operating cost with the first cost is instructive. Typically the CapEx (capital cost) … Continue reading

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