Mar 22, 2022
Final testing phase for this Enersolve machine, tailored to the needs of the customer, a large glass-works located in northern Italy.
75% of the Customer's production derives from the use of recycled glass. To achieve this important result, also from the circular economy and environmental sustainability point of view, it uses a large furnace that works by means of electrodes that cause the fusion of glass through the formation of an electric arc. In addition to being an energy-intensive technology (overall process consumption approx. 7gWh/year), service continuity is very critical and requires a quality power supply that meets well-defined parameters.
This is why the customer chose an Enersolve solution that, in addition to guaranteeing an expected energy saving of between 3% and 4% in this specific case, ensures compliance with the parameters necessary for the proper functioning of the system.
In particular, a 3200kVA Enersolve ESL-10 complete with numerous optionals:
The equipment measurements are truly impressive: 7000x1000x2300h mm weighing almost 6000 kg.
The ENERSOLVE range is available in three models:
The added value of the ENERSOLVE solutions is undoubtedly represented by the ENERCLOUD platform, which is essential for displaying and analysing energy parameters and a prerequisite for obtaining the benefits linked to Industry 4.0 plans. The on-board instruments make it possible to read and record the values of all the plant's electrical parameters, hence processing energy-saving data in real time. The method used to process the energy-saving data is based on the principles of the ESPRO protocol approved by ENEA (National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Economic Development) after 3 years of joint studies.
The ESPRO protocol enables dynamic savings measurement: it is not based on measurements before and after the implementation of the energy efficiency implementation but rather enables continuous savings measurement.