Energy Management for Manufacturing

Industries We Serve

Foundries & Steel Mills

Foundries & Steel mills present relentless and extreme environmental challenges for lighting, manufacturing equipment and mechanical systems where the durability of engineered smart energy solutions are truly put to the test:

  • Extreme high heat
  • High amounts of dust and grit
  • Toxic vapors
  • Severe vibration

Foundries & Steel mills require that LED lighting, HVAC systems and compressed air systems are engineered not only for energy efficiency but for extreme durability.


Paper Mills

Paper mills and paper processing facilities have unforgiving environments that pose unique challenges for lighting, manufacturing equipment and environmental systems:

  • Extreme high heat
  • Excessive dust and airborne debris

Industrial lighting, HVAC systems and compressed air systems must be specifically engineered to provide reliable, energy efficient performance in paper manufacturing facilities.

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Food Manufacturing

Sanitation protocols and wash down procedures are essential for quality control and food safety, but they can be brutal on plant fixtures and mechanical systems.

  • High moisture environment
  • Corrosive chemicals and vapors

To provide reliable performance and extend equipment life, LED lighting, HVAC systems, and compressed air systems must be engineered specifically for your food manufacturing operation.


Hospitality, Gaming & Recreation

Waterparks and recreation destinations are anything but a walk in the park for fixtures and mechanical systems.

  • High moisture environment
  • Corrosive chemicals & vapors
  • Extreme climate control challenges

When your business depends on the quality of your guest experience, reliability is as critical as energy efficiency. LED Lighting, HVAC and other mechanical systems must be engineered to meet the environmental challenges of hospitality and recreation destinations.

Rubber Manufacturing

The rubber production process creates byproducts that each pose unique threats to overall system reliability. The combination can be particularly damaging to life-cycle expectancies:

  • Highly corrosive sulphur dioxide vapors
  • Extreme high heat
  • High moisture

As a result, rubber manufacturing facilities need to pay particular attention to their LED lighting, HVAC systems, and compressed air systems to ensure that they are engineered for both energy efficiency as well as extreme durability.



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