It’s one thing to make an industry more sustainable, like increasing energy reclamation from waste or decreasing the treatment time of wastewater. Many companies can boast this achievement. What isn’t so common, however, and can be something in a league of its own, is improving overall production as a whole while requiring less intensive inputs. This sounds mucky, so let’s dive in to sort things out.
Komax Systems implements many of ourr products in industries that are resource heavy. Paper is one example where their components help create a final product that uses less chemicals for a more perfect output. Another example is how Komax products work to improve waste digestion and recycling so that more sludge can be processed at a better rate. As stated above, there are many companies whose products have such claims.
Now, revisit the paper example with the information that Komax products achieve such a feat while also drastically decreasing the amount of energy needed for all the mixing and heating required in the system. Similarly with the waste recycling, Komax’s Klean-Wall Heat Exchanger produces better results while simultaneously requiring less energy and maintenance. This is the part of their equation that is so unique and drastically different.
There could be many improvements to production with vigorous mechanical mixing and extreme heaters, but none of these options get close to the efficiency at which Komax components operate. By simultaneously being efficient in both inputs and outputs, Komax produces revenue and decreases pollution in a league all on its own. This process is similar to a tree that produces food but also transforms carbon dioxide into oxygen along the way as compared to the food from livestock that needs significant feed and water for its meaty reward.
Our products offer double-benefits- they produce better outputs while using fewer inputs. This process is not magic though, it is simply taking advantage of best design practices and exploring new limits of engineering brilliance.