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Guide Continuous Energy Improvement in Motor Driven Systems

Continuous Energy Improvement in Motor Driven Systems

PREMIUM EFFICIENCY MOTOR SELECTION AND APPLICATION GUIDE

Premium Efficiency Motor
Selection and Application Guide

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Motors@Work Product Brief

Multi-source Pumping Optimization

Multi-source Pumping Optimization Capabilities Brief

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Pumping Optimization Delivers Big Savings

motor management

Building the Business Case
for Motor Management

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Industrial Energy Efficiency

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Food and Beverages
Energy Profile

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Petroleum Refining Energy
Profile

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Pulp & Paper Energy Profile

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Plastics Manufacturing Energy
Profile

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Chemical Manufacturing Energy Profile

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Des Moines Water Works
Case Study

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Industrial Cheatsheet

Water utilites CHEATSHEET

Motor Management – Water
Utilities Cheatsheet

Condition Monitoring

Condition Monitoring White
Paper

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EUM Implementations: Leveraging Motor Management
EUM Implementations: Leveraging Motor Management

Effective Utility Management (EUM) principles identify the ten core attributes of sustainably operated and effectively managed water utilities.[i] Whether you’re pursuing AWWA certification for adherence with their Utility Management Standards, or you’re just using the EUM framework to structure your strategic business goals and objectives, motor management supports your EUM implementation on the following four

Modernizing Your Enterprise Software – Plug in Energy
Modernizing Your Enterprise Software – Plug in Energy

The shortcomings of enterprise software are numerous and well documented. A recent report by Forrester focused on the fact that enterprise software doesn’t address the difficulties users face when accessing the data needed to accomplish critical tasks.  The report researched the emergence of market “players” as a direct result of enterprise software inability or unwillingness

Does every motor need a drive? How to save energy WITHOUT a drive
Does every motor need a drive? How to save energy WITHOUT a drive

As we’ve covered the past two weeks, installing an adjustable speed drive on all motor-driven systems may not be your best investment. In certain applications, a drive can reduce your motor-related energy costs by 10 – 60%, recouping your investment within 24 months.[i][ii][iii][iv] The three questions in the first post in this series will help

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