These industries often have production processes and machinery that are extremely sensitive to fluctuations and interruptions to the power supply. Pressure, temperature, lighting, energy in other bands of the electro-magnetic spectrum, timing, material weight and volume can have extremely tight operational and physical tolerances in order for the product to meet acceptable standards during and after production. System reliability and controllability is of high importance.
In addition to the production and associated machinery used in the production processes, maintaining the interior working environment can be critical. Lighting quality, airflow circulation, temperature, humidity and other properties of the environment are of high importance. Thus, maintaining all of them at the specified levels requires investment in infrastructure. Making this infrastructure as efficient as possible from the energy and resource perspective will reduce your plant’s utility and infrastructure expenditures, and ensure maximal production.
Quality control can also involve procedures and tests that demand consistent and exacting power supply and environmental control.
Like so many industries, integrated and multi-faceted solutions are called for. Power system reliability would, in most facilities, be a central aspect to improve. High Lumen per Watt LED technology combined with intelligent Lighting control could also be of substantial benefit, and reduce lighting costs significantly while maintaining performance objectives.
Each facility is unique of course. Could ERVs (Energy Recovery Ventilators) installed at locations within the HVAC systems reduce power consumption and yield benefit?
Does Water represent a major resource being consumed? Water and sewer utility costs can be reduced, and/or water quality addressed so that thermal exchange is enhanced, if the water is being used for chilling purposes, for example.
Assessment, gathering data, collaboration to understand your operations and requirements, analysis and engineering are always the hallmarks of our process. The deliverables of the engineering stages will be a set of power and resources’ quality and efficiency solutions which can be deployed to achieve the objectives.
Deployment and implementation will then be planned and executed, followed by testing and formal Measurement and Verification.
More information about our Solutions and how they can provide dramatic benefits to facilities in the Bio, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Industries can be found on our Systems page.