#National Writing Competition

Share this product with friends

Conserve Energy and Restore Productivity in Machines by Belts and Pulley Drives

Author Name: Ashok Sethuraman, K.S. Subramanian | Format: Paperback | Genre : Technology & Engineering | Other Details

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, fan and pump.

Paperback 249

Inclusive of all taxes


Item is available at

Enter pincode for exact delivery dates

Ashok Sethuraman, K.S. Subramanian

Er. Ashok Sethuraman, B.Sc., B.Tech. (M.I.T.) in Instrument Technology, has 40 years of industry field experience in projects, maintenance and now in energy conservation and management. He has been writing his energy conservation articles for over a decade, in many national technical magazines and his website, www.energymeasuretosave.com. He has recently published his two books, Practical Guide to Energy Conservation & Management and Energy Conservation & Management in Textile Mills, which were well received by the industries in India and abroad.

Er. K.S. Subramanian, B. Tech (Textile Technology), has 34 years of hands-on experience in the field. Worked in SKF Bearings and now heading the southern division of M/s. Mangal Singh Bros, ‘MITSUBOSHI JAPAN Vee Belts’ Distributors, India. He is using his expertise in belts and pulley drives to achieve energy savings and productivity improvements in industries. He has conducted more than 50 belt-knowledge-sharing seminars in the industry groups like Ramco Cements, LMW, Brakes India, Tata Coffee, India Cements, Lucas TVS, LECS, ITC Papers, LGB Bros, Saint Gobain, SRF Limited, TVS Chakra Tyres, Amararaja Batteries, KURL-ON, Mettur Thermal Power Station, FORD, Seshasayee Papers, Rajshree Sugars, Jayajothi Spinning, TECA, IIPE and CII.