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As an Allied Partner for the U.S. Department of Energy's Motor Challenge Program, we are committed to helping industrial motor users increase profits by saving motor energy.

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Ways to Save Motor Energy

There are 4 basic methods of reducing motor energy:
    1. Turn off the motor!  (not always a viable alternative, but the best). Double check operating schedules and motor down-time. It’s a fact that many motors operate at idle for long periods of time and simply waste energy.


    1. Don’t wait for a breakdown. Replace the motor now with a Premium Efficiency equal. When you combine the energy savings with our low prices, it can provide a cost payback of less than 2 years. Adding a rebate from your utility reduces that and could easily produce an immediate and continuous positive cash flow.  That’s more money on your bottom line, now!
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  1. Motors that can be effectively speed reduced can be fitted with a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) which will allow the user to adjust the motor’s speed to match its work load. Energy savings can be reduced dramatically.
    For example, the speed of a centrifugal fan reduced by only 1/3 will save over 70% in energy!

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For Free Literature on Motor Energy Conservation Click On Below Links –

 1. REPLACE or REWIND ?The Impact of Rewinding on Motor Efficiency  
 by GE Motors, Fort Wayne, In., 6 pgs.
When a motor fails, the user faces three choices: to rewind to the same efficiency, to rewind to a higher efficiency or to replace it with a new motor of premium efficiency design.  This paper covers the advantages and disadvantages of each approach and the precautions that must be taken to avoid increasing motor losses if rewinding is chosen.

2. Buying an Energy-Efficient Electric Motor
by Bonneville Power Administration, 8 pgs.
This technology update shows you how to obtain the most efficient motor at the lowest price and avoid common problems.  The publication answers ten common questions including: What efficiency values should I use when comparing motors? When is an energy-efficient motor cost effective? How can I obtain motor prices and efficiency values?

3. Optimizing Your Motor Driven System
by Bonneville Power Administration, 5 pgs.
By optimizing the efficiency of your drive systems, you can increase productivity while saving significant amounts of energy and money. This technology update presents an overview of electric drive systems and highlights common ways you can improve system efficiency and reliability. Power quality, motor and transmissions efficiency, and monitoring and maintenance are discussed.

4. Determining Electric Motor Load & Efficiency
by Bonneville Power Administration, 5 pgs.
Motors will run more reliably and efficiently when properly loaded, and you will save money and energy in the short and long term.  This technology update enables you to determine the load factor and efficiency of your electric motors.  You can use that information to identify motors that should be replaced with a different size or increased efficiency model. A motor load and operating cost analysis form is included.

5. Reducing Power Factor Cost
by Bonneville Power Administration, 4 pgs.
Low power factor is expensive and inefficient, and reduces your electrical system’s distribution capacity.  This technology update describes power factor and explains how you can improve your power factor to reduce electric bills, and enhance you electrical system’s capacity.

6. Replacing an Oversized and Underloaded Electric Motor
 by Bonneville Power Administration, 6 pgs.
This technology update will assist in decisions regarding replacement of oversized and underloaded motors.  A discussion of how the MotorMaster software can be used to conduct motor replacement analysis is included.
7. The Impacts of the Energy Policy Act of 1992 on the Industrial End-Users of Electric Motor-Driven Systems
 by US Department of Energy, 4 pgs.
This publication answers 14 frequently asked questions about the impacts of this federal legislation on industrial motor end-users.  Questions include: What kinds of motors are exempt?  Do the standards apply to existing motors?  Who will test and certify the efficiency of motors?
8. Premium Efficiency Motor Selection Handbook
 by the US Department of Energy, 136 pgs.
handbook was designed to identify opportunities for cost-effective application of energy efficient motors.  The handbook shows you how to assess energy savings and cost effectiveness when making motor purchase decisions. Operational factors that impact motor purchase actions are considered. Sections on high efficiency motor speed characteristics, performance under part-load conditions, operation with an abnormal power supply, and additional sources of information are provided.  This is a useful tool for plant managers and engineers, and others interested in energy management or preventative maintenance.


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