Energy efficiency is one of the main objectives of environmental policies promoted globally: the continuous growth of the price of energy in 2021 reached +121.3%, with a significant impact on production costs and industrial strategies are progressively moving towards a greener mentality, in which each sector is called upon to do its part.
Requests to manufacturers
The manufacturers of machines and system integrators themselves are directing all efforts to improve performance and lower energy consumption, while ensuring efficiency for the entire life cycle and careful condition monitoring to optimize the operation of individual components over time. The electrical panel, therefore, is no longer considered a simple case, but becomes an increasingly complex system, to be kept in perfect health and efficiency.
The role of electrical panels in energy efficiency
One of the objectives of manufacturers of components for enclosures, such as Fandis, has become to moderate the energy needs of each component and the consequent heat loss. In fact, thermal management plays a fundamental role: if the installed devices are in line with the performance requirements, a good thermotechnical project and good ventilation can easily replace the presence of a cooler, reducing the energy demand of the machine and, consequently, the costs.
Fandis devices for energy efficiency
With this in mind, Fandis has extended its field of action from design to revamping, at the end of life. Our production range includes, in fact:
- a complete range of cooling systems with Peltier thermoelectric technology for low environmental impact
- high efficiency LED lighting systems
- solutions for green ventilation in direct current
- Sensis, the IIoT device for control, predictive maintenance, thermal management supervision, even remotely, and data logging for system efficiency in a 4.0 perspective
In addition, we offer designers a free and easy-to-use web-based platform for thermal engineering design.
A well thought-out electrical panel contributes to the virtuous cycle between performance and energy saving of the entire company. The current scenario is extremely complex, but it is the duty of each component of the production chain to work towards improvement, in the same direction.
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