Commercial - Industrial Benefits

  • 10% or more realized in monthly savings
  • 5-year warranty
  • Investment return (36 months or less)
  • Reduced energy demand
  • Decreased heat dissipation (extends life cycle) on motors
  • Patented and UL/CSA listed product
  • Alternative to purchasing costly high-efficiency motors
  • Alternative to purchasing costly high-efficiency motors
  • Optimization Sizing System
  • ROHS Compliant

Systems and Machines

  • A\C Compressor
  • A\C Handlers
  • Transformers
  • Chiller Systems
  • VFW Systems
  • Shop equipment in Manufacturing
    • Tumblers
    • Lathes
    • Drill Presses
    • Conveyor Systems

Anything that works from a magnetic field, which is normally an inductive load and that usually is a motor of any type or size.


Industrial Energy Savings "Research by NASA in the early 1970s proved conclusively that substantial savings could be made on the running costs of AC induction motors, but the potential has never been fully exploited.""Often three phase KEC are recognized as the most readily available turnkey solution to various motor problems, since they provide numerous other benefits in addition to reductions in electrical energy efficient."

Most of the policies and resources that can improve energy efficiency in buildings and appliances are generally applicable to industrial energy savings as well. This is especially true in the case of such electricity-saving technologies as high efficiency lighting components, motors and industrial drive devices and the many utility rebate programs available to customers to take advantage of these cost-effective options. Electric Motors FACT: "The AC induction motor typically operates at 80% efficiency when under full load, but the efficiency drops dramatically at lower loads." Electric motors use more than half of all electricity -- roughly $300 billion per year worldwide. According to Rocky Mountain Institute's (RMI) 439-page E-Source report, The State- of-the-Art: Drive power, between 28 and 60 percent of U.S. drive power electricity, and between $25 and $50 billion, could be saved if motors and drive systems became more efficient. A typical industrial motor consumes electricity costing 10 to 20 times its initial capital cost each year! Because of this enormous operating cost, replacing inefficient motors with even slightly more efficient ones can repay the investment within 6 to 36 months. RMI estimates the full use of appropriately sized, high-efficiency motors, adjustable speed drives, power factor optimization, fast speed controllers for turbo machinery, etc., holds the potential to save between 80,000 and 190,000 MW in the U.S., at an average net cost probably below half a cent per kwh saved. Capturing such huge savings will take decades, but could be accelerated with a combination of proper technical and financial support, particularly from electric utilities. Numerous opportunities exist for development of industrial processes with greater efficiency through waste energy reduction, improved energy productivity and industrial cogeneration. The Pacific Northwest Laboratory estimates that up to 3 quads of low-temperature waste heat are recoverable through heat pump technology and as many as 3 quads of high-temperature waste heat are recoverable by advanced heat exchangers with improved design and materials. Ongoing R&D is necessary to tap this full potential.

KEC Sizing US1 / US2 / US3

The Optimization Sizing System provides a simple and accurate way for measuring and optimizing the power factor to unity of individual inductive loads (motors). All Optimizers size up to 600 volts. This system consists of three units for sizing: SINGLE PHASE UNIT we call US1, sizes all single phase equipment THREE PHASE UNIT we call US2, sizes fractional motors up to 75hp THREE PHASE UNIT we call US3, sizes motors 75hp up to 300hp. After sizing is completed, a precise analysis, estimated savings, estimated return on investment and system cost is prepared for the customer. We then custom build our product to fit their system and reduce the demand on the electric company.

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