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Tug takes the strain
By investing in an electric-powered, pedestrian-operated tug, Bentley Motors has reduced deliveries of leather to its Crewe plant by 50 per cent, improving the company’s environmental rating, doubling leather handling productivity — and reducing its carbon footprint
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Evaporative units provide cost-effective cooling
Breezair's evaporative cooling system from distributor CoSaf Environments has been specified for two major building projects in the higher educational sector for being the most environmentally suitable and cost-effective means of cooling the buildings
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Steam traps slash plant energy costs
Active pharmaceutical ingredients supplier Aesica is saving over £67,000 a year in energy costs at its Ponders End site following the installation of GEM steam traps
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Drive installation cuts hospital energy costs
Hammersmith and Charing Cross NHS Trust hospitals have an ongoing programme of efficiency improvement work undertaken in partnership with the Carbon Trust to reduce carbon emissions in line with Department of Health targets. As part of this project, over 70 WEG electric motors and variable speed drives have been installed at the two major London healthcare sites. The installation is expected to pay for itself within two years through energy savings
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Saving a packet on compressed air
After a proactive compressed air audit carried out at the Smurfit Kappa corrugated packaging plant in Weston Super Mare found that the compressed air system was wasting over 30 per cent of the energy it was consuming, the company found that an EnergAir control system could prevent most of the losses
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Drive to reduce air handling costs
Installation of two ABB variable speed drives at a block of managed business premises in Monmouthshire has reduced the running cost of the air handling unit from £180 to just £50 a week — and significantly reduce CO2 emissions
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Aviation hub seen in a new light
The distribution centre, offices and outside areas at DHL's Leipzig/Halle aviation hub can now be viewed in a new light — thanks to Osram's LUMILUX T5 luminaires
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Lower pumping costs in the can
Reducing maintenance costs and cutting energy bills has always been high on the agenda for most manufacturers. Where pumps are operating 24/7, this cost-saving ‘focus’ is especially important and, when investigated and acted upon, can result in significant savings, says pump specialist Michael Smith Engineers
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Energy savings from pumping package
Seeking to improve the energy efficiency of pumping equipment at its Purton pumping station, Bristol Water turned to ABB for a turnkey solution, upgrading the pump and power train
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Gas-fired heaters show savings over steam boilers
Two large steam boilers at circlip manufacturer Cirteq have been replaced by an energy-saving system provided by CoSaf Environments, with partial funding from the Carbon Trust
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Solar tracking system knows all the angles
Photovoltaic systems provider Conergy is using igus plastic bearings in a new solar tracking system
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Leak survey brings savings in compressed air use
A survey of the compressed air installation at a major food manufacturer has led to significant cost savings
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