Energy demand is on the rise and so are federal and international regulations requiring the reduction in our global carbon footprint. To do this, a variable energy management solution is paramount. This starts by better managing motors that control pump and HVAC systems.
With correct installation and know-how, the facilities can achieve energy savings of up to 70%, depending on the type of installation. The highest potential energy savings can be found on pumps, fans and compressors.
At the end of the training, participants should be able to:
- Put into practice the implementation of an energy efficient building or facility
- Identify potential application of variable frequency drives to achieve significant savings
- Increase competitiveness, protecting installations while reducing energy expenditure, and decreasing maintenance costs are just some of the demands industrial enterprises are faced with every day
- Enhance productivity, achieve energy efficiency in motors by comparing the energy consumption with and without a variable frequency drives
- Calculate the savings, ton of C02 and estimate how long it will take to get the return on investment
Who Should Attend:
- Energy and Facility Engineers / Managers
- Environment Officers and Managers
- Energy Consultants
- Property Developers and Managers
- Electrical Engineers & Mechanical Engineers
- Variable Frequency Drives Introduction
- Types & Principles of conventional and electronic starter
- Basic components of Variable Frequency Drives and its functions
- Principles of speed variation
- Accessories to complete a solution
- Different types of torques
- Selection of Variable Frequency Drives
- Sizing up of Variable Frequency Drives according to different types of applications such as simple machines, HVAC, OEM machines and complex applications.
- Overview of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) applications
- HVAC typical equipments setup
- Different cooling systems
- Types of chillers
- Refrigeration: the states of matter
- Cooling process (Air-cooled chiller, Water-cooled chiller)
- Typical cooling tower system
- Air Handling Unit (AHU)– Variable Air Volume (VAV) System & Constant Air Volume System (CAV)
- Why variable torque load can save energy?
- Where energy optimization can be implemented?
- Where to install VFD?
- Energy Efficiency with the use of Variable Frequency Drives
- Energy consumption of motors\\
- Applications (Pumping and Ventilation)
- Energy savings associated with VFD
- Variable Frequency Drive features and functions
- Software simulation
- Success Stories
- Closing, Q&A and Networking
- PhP 8,500 = ECCP Members/Energy Smart Members
- Php 9,000 = Non-ECCP Members
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