Challenge: How to identify the true costs of energy, monitor air compressor performance and make the right choices about selecting equipment.
Myth: There is nothing that can be done about the rising cost of energy.
Learn from us: Do you know your compressed air costs? Do you know how much compressed air is really required in your plant? Do you select compressed air equipment with energy costs in mind? Do you monitor the use of compressed air like your other utilities, such as heat, lights and air conditioning? At The Hope Group we ask these questions on a regular basis to help air compressor operators manage their energy costs more effectively.
The Hope Group responds: The Hope Group engineers and technicians are trained to ask questions that get to the root of the energy management problems. We focus on the following:
- electrical costs of compressed air
- direct costs of pressure
- indirect costs of pressure
- cost of wasted air volume
- selection of efficient control
- value of sequencing compressors
- use of flow controllers
Let’s manage energy costs
The Hope Group approach to managing energy is based on our years of experience identifying and solving the high cost of compressed air system operation. We can evaluate your true compressed air costs and identify the potential savings. Whether you need to replace your system or simply need to modify or adjust it can be determined through our process of observation, monitoring and evaluation.
Contact us for a free consultation with our energy rebate specialist.