Endress+Hauser at Energy 2008

Join us on stand 106 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham 10-11 September, to find out how Endress+Hauser can help you save between 5 and 20% by monitoring and targeting your energy consumption.


Endress+Hauser at Energy 2008


Join us on stand 106 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham 10-11 September, to find out how Endress+Hauser can help you save between 5 and 20% by monitoring and targeting your energy consumption.
 
Endress+Hauser will be exhibiting a range of equipment for automatic data collection, Energy Monitoring & Targeting software and a range of key utility meters (gas, steam, water, etc) and will show visitors how they can set energy efficiency and performance targets for boilers, compressors, chillers, kilns, etc. 
 
Energy management has become increasingly important in recent years, as rising energy costs affect the ability of many companies to remain competitive. As a leading supplier of process automation solutions, Endress+Hauser offers a complete Monitoring & Targeting solution for metering, data collection and analysis to substantially reduce site costs. 
 
Automatic Monitoring and Targeting (aM&T) is a powerful energy management technique which is growing in prominence within the process industries. From the data analysis, patterns of energy usage are identified and energy efficiency targets set. Energy intensive processes can be measured to these targets and energy waste reported and eliminated. The data analysis will also demonstrate the effectiveness of any energy saving measures that have been implemented, providing a record of the savings and return on capital investment.


Join us at Energy 2008 and discuss your application requirements further with our Sales Engineers, in order to find out more about our latest solutions for your business.


For more information, please contact the Energy & Utilities Industry Manager at Endress+Hauser, Wes Allen on 0161 286 5000.


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