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Asbk Energy Audit:

Asbk Energy Audit Services will measure and analyze how much energy the plant site consumes; An energy audit is conducted to identify opportunities to reduce the energy demand of the system without affecting the production, quality and safety. Asbk Energy Audit analyzes how your insulation, heating, cooling systems, lighting systems, electrical systems and appliances, could be made more efficient.

Asbk Energy Audit can be divided into three categories;

  • Category I - Baseline study for benchmarking.
  • Category II - Detailed Energy Audit and Analysis.
  • Category III - Investment Grade Energy Audit.

 

Energy Management- Implementation of Energy Saving Proposals

Asbk provides accurate & detailed report on potential of energy savings after evaluating the performance of all equipments. Followed by support in Implementation, Monitoring, Verification and ROI Verification.

Equipment Evaluation on:

Thermal and Electrical

Lighting Systems
Electrical Systems, Heaters
Motors, Belt & Drives
Transformers
Power Quality of Incoming and distribution points
DG sets

Steam Systems
Refrigeration Systems, AHU, Chillers, HVAC,VAM, Ventilation System
Hydraulic Systems
Fans, Blowers& Pumps
Compressed Air Systems
Cooling Tower
Heat Exchangers
Furnaces, Boilers, Ovens etc.

 

Building Simulation

Modern buildings like hotels, hospitals, shopping malls or corporate offices, consume significant amount of energy for comfort air conditioning and lighting. Data centres in IT/BPO companies guzzle energy for precision air conditioning. Buildings use more than 70% of their energy for air conditioning and lighting; it varies significantly with location and ambient conditions.

Building energy simulation, using software tools, helps understand seasonal variations in energy consumption and helps evaluate the impact of energy saving measures like improved windows, thermal insulation, efficient air conditioning systems, natural lighting concepts etc. The energy saving measures and techno-economics differ significantly with the location, climate and orientation of the building.

Results of building simulation helps understand and quantify the impact of use of designs that alter the building envelope and equipments that help improve building energy efficiency. Typically the impact of some of the following equipments & fixtures can be understood:

  • Improved glazing for windows
  • Building thermal insulation
  • Natural ventilation techniques
  • More efficient air conditioning equipments
  • Better control methods for air volume, water flow etc.

 

Training on Energy Management for the Maintenance and Utility Department.

Reduction in production costs is imperative to retain competitiveness in the markets; energy costs are a manageable cost centre provided the plant team is made responsible and is adequately trained to identify energy saving and energy cost reducing opportunities. Every plant needs a formal structure which ensures free flow of information throughout the organization and a group of receptive people who can act on the basis of this information. The management has to empower the plant team by addressing their training needs in the area of energy efficiency improvement. That can help adoption of more energy efficient practices, concepts & technologies.

Our training programme modules are designed to provide in-depth exposure to plant executives on energy efficiency evaluation and improvement techniques. This programme is ideally suited for engineers from production, maintenance and utility departments. With rising manpower costs, development of in-house teams for identifying and implementing energy saving projects can be very rewarding.

The Training Program
This program can quickly expose plant executives to the subject of energy efficiency in a time period of 3 days. It provides easy-to-assimilate technical information on major end-use equipments in the industry. The course content and lectures can help participants to quickly identify energy saving opportunities and also quantify savings realistically. Apart from technical information on evaluation of various end-use equipments, the course also covers case studies from industries and provides a list of vendors of relevant equipment across:

  • Systems Approach to Energy Management
  • Electric Motors
  • Pumps and Fans
  • Applications of Variable Speed Drives
  • Electric Heating and Melting
  • Thermal Insulation
  • Electrolytic Processes
  • Steam generation, distribution and utilization
  • Fuel fired heaters
  • Compressed Air
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
  • Cooling Towers
  • Lighting
  • Maximum Demand
  • Power Factor
  • Transformers and Cable Losses
  • Co-generation
  • Introduction to Pinch Technology
  • Management of Energy Conservation
  • Case Studies