With all the recent news about the Paris Agreement, many corporations and cities are pledging to continue with the goal of reducing environmental impact through their daily operations. This can often lead to the question of whether it is possible to conserve energy and be productive at the same time – but one does not need to preclude the other. In fact, using quality equipment, such as a Komax steam heater, can help a manufacturer accomplish both energy conservation and productivity at once!
So how does it work? Steam heat is easily adapted for energy efficiency. Direct injection via a steam heater provides a very precise temperature for energy. The precision makes a difference: Komax steam heaters are 30% more efficient than systems that use a more indirect method. This is partly because the heating components are only heating the precise amount of water that is necessary to do the job – there is no wasted energy. Temperatures can be set manually or electronically to engage the six radially chambered static mixing elements that produce fine steam bubbles injected into the water stream.
Even better, a carbon steel inline steam heater can be easily retrofit into existing systems, making them easy to install and operate to fit with your current technology. Because there are no moving parts, wear and tear are greatly reduced, saving even more money in the long run. It is, perhaps, one of the most efficient changes you can make to existing equipment that also saves a great deal of money.
In the end, excess energy consumption does more than affect the environment. It also affects a company’s bottom line. Reducing energy consumption is both the socially responsible and the fiscally responsible thing to do. Why not see how Komax can streamline your energy usage?