Energy efficient compressed air systems, blowers and fans, including exhaust fans

Compressed air is in many stages of textile manufacturing - inginning, spinning, and for equipment used to process fabrics, They are needed even more so for factories having airjet looms. Compressed air is also used in polyester yarn production facilities.

Compressed air systems are large consumers of energy in textile production facilities, and thus increasing their energy efficiency can go a significant way in lowering the carbon footprint of textile production.
 

Stakeholders

Energy management professionals

Machinery and equipment makers

Production professionals

Vital Stats

How does it work?

Textile production units, especially fabric production units, use significant amounts of compressed air for their operations. Implementing energy efficiency solutions for these systems can provide significant energy saving opportunities.

Sustainability benefits

Energy reduction for compressed air systems and blowers has the potential to make a significant difference to the carbon footprint of the textile production part of the industry value chain.

Highlights/USP

Energy efficiency measures for compressed air systems are also likely to bring economic benefits to the companies.

Stage of commercialization

Commercialized

Types of professionals who can improve the solution

Thermal engineers, Mechanical engineer

Specifically relevant to any geography?

Nil

Decarbonization Potential

Moderate

Value Chain

Textile yarn , Textile fabric production ,

Web Resources

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