Cut your industrial refrigeration plant’s energy use by up to 30%
Industrial refrigeration plants consume a lot of energy. You want to cut energy costs, but ensure your plant fully supports the required load. This can be done with less energy.
Back when energy was cheap (remember those days?), industrial refrigeration plants were typically set to high pressure levels to simplify operation. Now, with controls getting cheaper and energy getting more expensive, running your equipment more efficiently pays off.
A typical refrigeration plant of a freezing facility consumes $600 in electricity per 1HP (horsepower) of compressor capacity per year. We can help you cut up to 30% of your energy use with minimal capex. At a 200 HP refrigeration plant in Ontario such energy efficiency project will save you about $36,000 per year.
We recommend an Energy Study prior to starting a refrigeration optimisation project. Learn more about incentives for both the study and implementation.