Throughout most industrial operations, electric motors play a critical role in driving conveyor belts, pumps, compressors, agitators, fans, and other critical infrastructure assets. As the number of motors in process plants increases, management and monitoring of such assets is critical in preventing core process errors such as the proper mixing of ingredients. Motors also account for about 70 percent of the total energy consumed in a process plant. A strategy that links motor control, automation, and energy management, therefore, can help plants to simultaneously reduce costs while increasing production.
By: Supertech | Date: July 1, 2020Read More