Energy efficiency in business has never been more important as it is today. The electricity and gas market is terribly unsteady , with huge fluctuations in stock market prices within a day - which of course affects all players in the economy. Especially because energy prices have been on a rollercoaster ride that only goes upwards...
The effects of the energy crisis for most companies is just in front of the door!
Still , the majority of companies receive electricity and gas at fixed price But this will not be the case for much longer! For electricity, the mass expiry of existing contracts will be next January while this deadline for gas contracts is already in October.
Price fixing, which used to work well and provided predictability, has been swept away by the energy crisis. Today, the traders don’t offer this option anymore. As a result, the new contracts will be based on stock market price. In practice, this means that companies will have to face a 4-5-fold cost increase, or 10-15-fold cost increase in a worse case. Furthermore, businesses will have to cope with the variability of the prices.
Not all companies will be able to tolerate this change, so it may happen that the energy crisis will bring a period of mass bankruptcy. if companies simply cannot extract the staggering rise in overheads, they will have no choice but to close down.
Saving, saving and saving - is this surely the key to survive ?
Most companies have started to tighten their belts. It is a logical step, but in a panic situation it seems more forward looking to tinvest in improvements that will make operations sustainable in a long term instead of drastically cutting the expences .
The ones who survive the extreme increase of overheads, the inflation and the recession hitting the world will not be the ones who turn off the lights or reduce heating temperature.
Don't get me wrong, it's not about spending mindlessly and keeping every previous expenditure. Rather, it’s a fact that there is a need for developments that helps to save energy and eliminate unnecessary wasting.
Those companies can bring out the utmost of this situation who switch to energy-saving technologies asap.
We have an idea for energy-efficient solution!!
Each company has their unique way for development that can differ in each industry There is no standardized suggestion for all sectors from our side but for electroplating and anodising plants, electrolytic metal refineries and many other sectors where high temperature chemical fluids are used we surely have a great idea!
In these industries, most of the energy loss is due to the heating of chemical fluids. The large tanks - need to be heated continuously and the heat is simply wasted by escaping from the uncovered tank which cannot be covered due to the operating technology - at least for those who have never heard of industrial balls .
A covering layer of balls is such a flexible system where ther is no need to make any compromises, as it does not hinder technology at all.
The cover balls create an excellent thermal insulation layer that can save up to 75% on energy costs. It reduces the evaporation of high temperature liquids by 90%, eliminating energy, time and material losses from refilling.
Our balls solve the problem of covering liquids for many years without major investment and maintenance!
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If a sufficient amount of balls are placed on a surface, they self-arrange side by side by floating on the surface of the liquid due to the low density of the air and plastic inside them. They create a coverage of 91% of the surface. The layer of balls isolates the liquid and separates it from its surroundings, i.e. significantly reduces their interaction with each other. In practice, with just one layer of EURO-MATIC balls has many advantages, making it suitable for a wide range of effective uses.
Due to the good thermal insulation capacity of the plastic and the air inside the ball, our product saves energy cost up to 75%, as the heat loss is significantly reduced. In addition, it is an important safety aspect that, due to the thermal insulation, the area around the tanks and pools does not get hot.
All liquids evaporate, and as the temperature rises, evaporation becomes an increasingly rapid process and causes significant fluid loss that usually needs to be refilled. With the help of the balls, the rate of evaporation can be reduced by up to 90%, so much less liquid needs to be refilled. In many cases, the investment cost of the balls pays for itself in a short period of time, already from the avoided cost of compensating for fluid losses. In cases where lower humidity is important (e.g. due to drying of the workpiece), the return is even faster as higher productivity can be achieved.
In an industrial environment, the evaporation of liquids usually releases fumes and gases that are hazardous and harmful to the environment and the human body. For this reason, it is necessary to use a high-performance exhaust system that removes the harmful air from the production hall. By using industrial balls, direct and indirect cost savings can be achieved, and workers can work in improved and healthier working environment. Direct cost savings can be achieved with a drastic reduction in evaporation, thus significantly reducing the amount of harmful substances released into the environment, so the exhaust system can be operated at a much lower capacity, resulting in lower energy consumption, and in some cases, its ongoing operation can be even omitted. Indirectly, the heating costs of the plant can be reduced, as the air exchange in the hall is much lower. Furthermore, the often corrodent and highly corrosive vapor does not further damage the structure of the hall and the metal parts in operation, thus they require less maintenance and get a much longer service life.
From the point of view of occupational safety, business, in which components are immersed in liquids with high temperatures and/or dangerous to human beings are considered to be a major hazard. The reason behind it is that in a case of any accident occurred at any time with a equipment or any object falling into the liquid present a great danger for safety of workers. To prevent such accidents, a cover layer that can be created with EURO-MATIC balls makes the perfect solution, as it almost completely prevents liquid from splashing. Additionally, by reducing the release of hazardous and non-hazardous, but unpleasant-smelling gases and vapors into the air, a healthier and more pleasant working environment can be achieved.
By covering the surface of the liquid, the oxygen content of the air absorbs more slowly in the liquid because its open surface is reduced. This advantage can be exploited in industrial environments, because oxygen readily reacts with metals and acts as the engine for corrosion processes. If the dissolved oxygen level of the liquid decreases, the rate of corrosion processes slows down, and the service life of the parts increases. A layer of balls achieves 60% less dissolved oxygen content.
The installation of the balls is a very quick and easy process, with the investment costs being way lower than traditional covering methods. No maintenance is required after installation, so there are no operating and maintenance costs during its long service life. During use, it does not create obstacles to objects immersed or moving on the surface of the liquid. Hence, changes in the liquid level are not causing any problems. We can make a conclusion, that the simple layer formed with EURO-MATIC industrial balls is a flexible system, that performs its function almost unnoticed and does not cause any hindrances with the given technology.
|Name||high density polyethylene||polypropylene||polyvinylidene fluoride|
|Density||0,95 g/cm3||0,91 g/cm3||1,78 g/cm3|
|Melting temperature point||130 °C||165 °C||174 °C|
|Application temperature range||-110 – 60 °C||0 – 100 °C||-30 – 150 °C|
|Izod impact strenght||5||4||4|
|1 – bad, 2 – not good, 3 – acceptable, 4 – good, 5 – excellent|