One of the greatest myths in business is that conservation technologies will disrupt or destroy profitability. Some believe that there is a zero sum game where any attempt at going “green” will impact the bottom line in a seriously negative way. But for those many, many businesses across all industries that want to go green, there is a way to boost production, conserve energy and watch your profits actually grow. How? By committing with the Komax advantage.
In some cases, businesses have no choice but to figure out how to green themselves up a bit, given that regulations require varying levels of energy conservation. Whether a business is forced to look for better solutions or chooses to because it is part of the mission statement, there are energy conservation technologies Komax can provide to help in this endeavor.
Take a look at the variety of inline steam heaters, for example. Many industries need to “cook” things at a high temperature in order to create a viable product – the plastics and paper industry come to mind. But it can take an enormous amount of power to get the results one wants. Our inline steam heaters offer nearly 100% efficiency while also reducing energy consumption needs. Once the steam is in the system, it has to go somewhere, and most businesses rely on a desuperheater to do that job. The Komax desuperheater includes an Equalizer Mixing Module that relies on a low pressure water injection spray nozzle directed upstream. The results are the same, but the energy costs are far lower.
What does it all cost in capital outlay? Far less than you might be cringing over. For example the capital costs at the outset of an inline steam heater are more reasonable than any other choice currently on the market – and there is little to no maintenance needed, saving even more money.
Energy conservation in the business world is not longer a fringe trend of decades ago. Business recognize that reducing their carbon footprint is not only the morally right thing to do, but that it is just, well, good business.