CTRL Becomes an Energy Star® Partner
Md. – CTRL Systems, Inc. has announced that it has become an
ENERGY STAR Partner as a Service and Product Provider (SPP).
CTRL is working with ENERGY STAR to improve the efficiency and
performance of its customers’ facilities.
CTRL ultrasound technology is integrated as part of an energy savings program
minimize compressor usage through leak detection and save money. As
part of the program, customers receive training to learn how to use
ultrasound diagnostic equipment, implement routine surveys, and learn
proper verification procedures for repairs.
to the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE), “Leaks are a
significant source of wasted energy in a compressed air system, often
wasting as much as 20-30% of the compressor’s
output.” The DoE further stated, “The best way to
detect leaks is to use an ultrasonic acoustic detector, which can
recognize high frequency hissing sounds associated with air leaks."
products and programs are also designed for steam trap monitoring and
air leak detection in pressurized systems for plant and facility energy
savings. For the home or office, the technology can be used to confirm
proper insulation and seals.
an ENERGY STAR Partner demonstrates CTRL’s commitment to
helping its customers save money and protect the environment by
reducing energy consumption,” said Bob Roche, president of
CTRL Systems, Inc. “As a Service and Product Provider we will
help our customers develop continuous improvement strategies for energy
STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and
the DoE helping commercial facilities save money and protect the
environment through energy efficient products and practices.
Systems, Inc. is a leading developer and manufacturer of ultrasound
based non-destructive, predictive/preventive maintenance technologies
including ultrasonic inspection devices and condition based monitoring
data capture/management software. CTRL Systems stands firmly dedicated
to the advancement of new technologies that promote the effectiveness
of reliability and maintenance programs.
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on the web: www.ctrlsys.com
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