Endress+Hauser at NEMEX 2011, 24 – 26 May, NEC BirminghamEndress+Hauser Ltd
For many industries, environmental protection and high energy prices are reason enough to implement an energy management system. Now, the new BS EN 16001 European Energy Management Standard and forthcoming ISO 50001 International Energy Management Standard will help organisations to continually improve their energy efficiency and receive independent certification to prove their achievement in return.
Energy Management Technology System
At the heart of these standards is the requirement to monitor and measure utilities use within processes. This is where Endress+Hauser’s energy management technology solutions excel. Simple and highly scalable, they cover each of the four components that make up an energy management system.
With the widest range of intelligent utility meters available from a single supplier, Endress+Hauser has metering technologies for gas, steam, water, air and electricity.
Automatic interval data collection
Endress+Hauser’s range of networked gateways and data loggers support a variety of signal outputs and open protocols, ensuring data is collected in real time and stored securely.
Data analysis and reporting
eSight is a fully browser-based energy monitoring and targeting package. Installed in a single location and accessed from anywhere across your organisation, it ensures simple set-up and maintenance.
Audits and consultancy
Focused audits to identify and quantify opportunities to improve performance, along with consultancy to help deliver energy savings and process improvements.
Having installed this energy management solution at its own headquarters in Manchester, Endress+Hauser’s system has been awarded the BS EN 16001 European Energy Management Standard and is being used successfully as part of the company’s environmental protection initiatives.
Come and see for yourself how Endress+Hauser can help you save money with a packaged energy management solution to enhance the performance of key items on-site such as boilers, compressors, pasteurisers, ovens, chillers, sterilisers, kilns and furnaces.