To mark the new year, Wanner International has announced that it can reduce the total energy usage by up to a half for some industries that rely heavily on pumps for their processes. The company is focusing on the importance of reducing energy consumption in the wake of COP26, and wants to highlight that it is playing its part in making a more sustainable future a reality.
Wanner provides pumps for a range of industries across the globe, from oil and gas, through to food production, chemical and pharmaceutical production. It is examining every pump it manufactures, helping customers reduce energy usage by careful placement of Hydra-Cell® pumps, and squeezing carbon out of the system.
Choosing the right pump technology can have an effect on energy usage. The Hydra-Cell pump’s true positive displacement action and minimal internal losses achieve high efficiencies from pump shaft to hydraulic power; this combined with the wide range of flow rate controllability ensures optimum energy usage. Alternative pump technologies with inherent internal losses, which get larger as internal parts wear, start to become lower in efficiency as the discharge pressure goes above 10 bar and only gets worse with increasing pressure.
Some of Wanner’s Hydra-Cell pumps have been reliably operating in the field for a quarter of a century plus, which again frees resources that can be devoted into improving sustainability. Considering that some industries in which Wanner operates, such as oil and gas, are shifting heavily into renewables, the flexibility of the Hydra-Cell pump to handle many different liquids coupled with its high energy efficiency and reliability has a large role to play in reducing the carbon footprint.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/product-news/02022022/wanner-internationals-pumps-to-reduce-energy-usage-in-industrial-sectors/
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