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                    Auditing of Compressed Air and Vacuum Systems

                    Continual Improvement

                    Training

                    Design Advice

                   

  Auditing of Compressed Air and Vacuum Systems

 

Providing there is sufficient evidence to warrant investigation, having an audit completed on your compressed air system is the first step to creating the opportunity for energy and carbon savings. ACT offers a comprehensive independent audit which covers all key areas including generation, treatment, distribution and process usage. This will include identifying and quantifying any probable process misuse and wastage.

 

On completion of an audit ACT will prepare the findings and present them to the client. This will include proposing methods of eradicating the problems that are the cause of misuse and wastage. In most cases this can initially be achieved using no and low cost methods.

 

Audits can be carried out on a fully funded or part funded basis using the Carbon Trust funding route within the United Kingdom, or they can be financed directly by the company. No audit is undertaken unless there is sufficient evidence of recoverable energy or carbon savings. ACT carry out a free pre-audit investigation to establish the potential. ACT guarantee a return on any audit funding in terms of payback against costs with delivered energy savings.

 

ACT are able to advise you on specific qualifying criteria for any support funding.

                   

A comprehensive audit will identify those areas creating inefficiencies;

all areas are covered including generation, treatment, distribution & process usage

Contact ACT now to realise your energy savings potential - telephone: 01142 308070

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Continual Improvement

Even after an audit has been completed and problems creating misuse and wastage have been resolved, system inefficiencies can still occur. This is because system dynamics will always change, as fluctuations in the demand for compressed air change, e.g. when production needs alter or when equipment is added or removed to a compressed air system. Constant policing of the system is the only way to ensure it remains energy efficient.

 

A Plan of Continual Improvement can be developed to meet each clients system needs and ensures that ACT are constantly supporting the client in managing their compressed air system efficiently.

 

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Training

                  

ACT offer best practice compressed air and vacuum system awareness training at all levels to suit individual requirements. The interactive training programme consists of derived best practice procedures relevant to the plant's technology field to enable the end user to continually recognise and act on opportunity for improvement. Training can also incorporate recognised site specific detail following an audit. The training programme is designed for all employees, from owner/users, productive and engineering personnel.

 

Funding support is sometimes available for training through local initiatives (e.g. Learning Skills Council etc.) ACT are able to advise you on your local funding agencies.  

 

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Design Advice

 

ACT offer Design Advice and implementation support to existing and new build systems. The clients objectives are identified from which mid and long term operational requirements are established in terms of volume, pressure and quality (including process use requirements). Using our industry knowledge we are able to design and / or advise on the best technology available to meet the site specific requirements for compressed air and vacuum services. This ensures that the optimum system operational efficiency is installed and maintained throughout its life expectancy, reducing the operational costs to the business. 

For more information contact ACT today! Telephone: 01142 308070

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