The imop in action

COMPANY: Nampak
BUSINESS: Packaging & Print
LOCATION: Gillingham, Kent

Nampak commissioned independent testing of the imop to establish the electrical and carbon savings achievable in their business. The equipment selected was on a printing line and it already had an inverter installed. The equipment was in use for 16 hours per day, 20 days per month.

Based on the running time of the machine, the electrical savings were identified as 44,928 KWh per annum. This equates to a 15.96% reduction in the electrical costs for running this piece of equipment. It also represents a carbon tonne reduction of 24.12tCO2e.

Furthermore, the relationship between the costs of the installation of the imop and the savings achieved meant a return on investment for Nampak of just 10.8 months.

To view the full report, download the Nampak imop case study here.



         The higher cost of gas and electricity may mean that increasing numbers of consumers are not able to afford adequate levels of energy to meet their requirements and that the competitiveness of industry and business are affected
Source: Ofgem, Project Discovery
 

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The Clever Box

The beauty of the imop system is that we can demonstrate and prove the energy savings before the client has had to spend any money.

The imop
 

Green and Lean: The imop ticks all the boxes

  • Saves on energy bills – instantly
  • Reduces amps by up to 50%
  • Energy savings can be demonstrated at survey stage for 100% consumer confidence
  • Reduces carbon emissions
  • Reduces motor heat
  • Equipment works more efficiently
  • Motors require less maintenance
  • Equipment has a longer lifespan
  • Fast and simple installation
  • Rapid return on investment
  • Profits increased in a critical economic climate
  • Can easily be retro-fitted

 

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Our energy-saving claims have been independently verified by the European Union’s Environmental Technologies Verification scheme.