Energy Efficient Pumps Energy Efficiency With Pumps – How it’s Done!
One of the main consumers in all process plants are pumps and blowers. Now Everest Blowers introduces a new range of pumps that will help Indian companies to modernise their plant, ans well as to save energy...
India is one of those countries, which are undergoing rapid industrialisation. However, along with the industrialisation, the industry goes through many other challenges such as modernisation of the plant machinery. The era has forced the industry to think about new technologies and products that are coming in the market at global as well as the national level.
Falling Behind in Terms of Energy Efficiency Can Prove Fatal
In this scenario of cut-throat competition, no company can stay behind. Talking elaborately about it, Amit Kapur, Director, Everst Group said, “Probably the most important issue for any industry today is better resource utilisation, reduction in process time, higher yields and better product quality. Major challenge for the industry is being forced to re-think on conventional methods of production and introduce newer and environment friendly technologies with lower cost of manufacturing.”
Top–Trend Sustainability – Pumps Major Energy Consumers
Nowadays, one of the trends that industry is following globally is environmentally friendly technology. In this situation, energy efficient products play an important role. “The key concern for the industry today is low energy consumption per unit of product produced and this objective drives many decisions,” Kapur mentioned while talking about eco-friendly nature of the industry.
To resolve these problems, which Indian pumps market is facing, to some extent, Everest has come up with the new solution – a range of pumps with Korean company. Everest has joined hands with LOT Vacuum Corporation, a Korea based company serving vacuum industry. This association is expected to offer advanced vacuum technology for all semiconductor and FPD/solar applications. The new range of pumps answers the problem of modernisation as well as eco-friendly products.