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This book focuses on the practices towards energy monitoring and conservation in the residential and commercial building segment. Energy conservation in buildings is a prime area of interest since buildings consume 40% of the total energy that we use globally. This book will guide each energy consumer of the building to save energy by operating safely, and millions of consumers in residential & commercial segment can implement this electricity & other energy-s
This book brings out the visible low hanging fruits of belt and pulley related energy losses in your daily working machine. By implementing the ‘few-months-only-as-payback-proposals’ based case studies given in this book, your industry can restore the productivity in production machines, which are mostly constant torque loads. Also, you can achieve appreciable energy savings by optimizing the speed demanded by variable torque loads like centrifugal blower,
This book not only speaks of reducing energy proportion with respect to varying production levels, but also asserts that this is wake-up call to the textile mills to overlap your maintenance practices from time-and safety-based practices to the condition monitoring & predictive-maintenance-based practices in your workings of production and utility machines.
Many mills can still achieve the low-hanging fruits in energy conservation in their premises, and
Practical Guide to Energy Conservation & Management propels you to pluck the low hanging fruits of energy conservation in your industry. Until now, though the fruits are visible to you, you thought that they are beyond your hands’ reach. Having done Energy Audits in more than four hundreds of industries with the BEE certification and guidance from their Guide Books, I suggest to the Field Engineers that there is plenty of scope for Energy Conservation