Energy efficiency - The energy challenge

energy efficiency & electrical motors

Reduce operational costs while cutting emissions

Realizing that electrical motors can be responsible for up to 60% of your energy demand, focussing on motor efficiency is a no-brainer. Because all the energy we use comes at a price. A price which is not only paid in hard currency, but also in environmental costs.

To improve energy efficiency in industry, the International Organization for Standardization has developed the voluntary ISO50001 energy management standard. This is similar to the ISO 9001 quality management standard. Systematically and regularly checking the efficiency of electric motors can give the baselines and energy performance indicators required by ISO 50001. It is based on the proven PLAN–DO–CHECK–ACT cycle to improve industrial energy efficiency in a structural way.

Booklet

Ensure your electric motors comply with ISO 50001 by checking their efficiency

Read this helpful booklet 'Energy Efficiency & Electrical Motors' and get information about:

  • Energy efficiency and ISO 50001
  • Industrial energy consumption of electrical motors
  • Why electric motors are often less efficient than their specifications suggest
  • Three major factors influencing motor efficiency
  • The two-step approach in checking motor efficiency

Download 'Energy Efficiency & Electrical Motors' HERE

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