Energy Management Services

Eastway's energy management services, are a must for any plant seeking to reduce their energy losses and gain a greater understanding of their energy usage.

Steam System Services

Steam System ServicesAn Eastway Steam System Audit may include:

Steam trap survey to investigate:

  • Steam trap operation and calculation of associated cost of losses
  • Correct trap applications, i.e. Positioning, function, size and loa

Control, flow-metering and distribution survey to verify:

  • Control system
  • Valves-PRV
  • Lagging
  • Correct pipe sizing
  • Boiler efficiency audit, which includes:
  • Feed water tank and condition survey
  • Boiler efficiency inspection

Voltage and Current Monitoring

Voltage and current monitoringVoltage & Current monitoring systems are one of the key factors within energy management. The purpose of Voltage & Current monitoring is to give the customer a greater understanding of their energy consumption by:

  • Identifying underlying factors which impact upon consumption
  • Setting appropriate targets that will allow review of overall energy performance.

This will subsequently enable a company to identify avoidable energy waste or other opportunities to reduce consumption. It will provide a baseline of current energy usage which in turn highlights opportunities forimprovements in driving energy management forward.

Eastway Voltage and Current Monitoring Services include:

  • Voltage & Current monitoring sensor installation
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Consultation and recommendations on large energy users and waste areas within a plant

Heat Energy Loss Survey

Heat Energy LossEastway’s energy loss surveys use a combination of thermography & ultrasonic technologies to identify & quantify energy losses from large processes and operations on site.

These can be applied to:

  • steam heating pipelines
  • compressed gas systems
  • refrigeration pipelines, boilers
  • hot water systems
  • building infrastructure.

Service includes:

  • Non-intrusive on site survey
  • A post survey report
  • Details of all energy loss areas identified
  • Estimated repair costs vs Return on Investment (ROI).
  • Highlighted recommendations and procedures for reducing and maintaining energy efficiency within the inspected areas