Best tools for energy efficiency management

Energy efficiency, Energy management

In the pursuit of energy efficiency, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. But there are a handful of areas that make sense to target, including: motors and drives, air compressors, process equipment, HVAC systems, and power quality. Energy efficiency in these areas can equal a reduction in energy consumption, improved performance, and/or extended equipment life.


The pursuit of Energy Efficiency is never ending especially in a plant with machinery that becomes less efficient over time In HVAC systems where leaks, damage and corrosion reduce efficiency and where distributed power from your local utilities can cause power quality issues, these things can impact the overall energy efficiency of a plant, not to mention it’s bottom-line. To assist you in your pursuit for an energy efficient Fluke has the tools to help you on your way.

For energy logging and power quality, look to the Fluke 1738 and 425-II to perform advanced functions such power quality, energy studies and energy analysis.

Monitor equipment energy consumption with the Fluke 3540 and analyze critical back-up battery performance with one of Fluke’s many Battery Testers.

Thermal imagers, such as the Fluke TiX501 can detect and diagnose issues related to HVAC ductwork, varied steam or water lines and walls, ceilings, and roofs.

The Fluke ii900 quickly and accurately locates air, gas and vacuum leaks in compressed air systems.

With the Fluke 754, you can calibrate almost anything. Including sensors, valves and transmitters.

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