There are many factors that contribute to improving a pump system. By conducting some improvement measures, a pump system will be one step closer to optimization, which translates to savings. When a pump system is running at its best, it will use less energy, produce less wear on the system as a whole and the individual components, and will complete the process in a timely manner; all of these things contribute to financial savings.
First, the system will be able to use less energy than it was when it was not optimized. There are a few ways to update the system to use less energy. One is to simply use a more efficient pump. Many old pumps are energy hogs that have been greatly improved upon in the last few years. While it may seem expensive to replace a pump that is working fine, it may actually be more profitable for you to get a new one. Doing so will decrease your electricity bill (usually significantly) and reduce or remove possible governmental fines associated with using a pump that is less efficient and incurs negative effects on the environment.
Second, with a new pump and new components, maintenance can be decreased exponentially for a number of reasons. It will still be very important to perform regular maintenance checks (which in and of itself will reduce costs), but many of the new pumps are equipped with the technology needed to inform the operator of a problem or better self-regulate to ensure the pump is working optimally and not too hard for the job at hand. In addition, they are more reliable than older, less-efficient pumps. Less downtime and more accurate and concise pumping will lead to significant financial savings. The more productive the pump system, the more money the company is able to make and the less money they are able to lose during downtime.
Lastly, when the pump system is working at full optimization that comes from improving the system, the application can be completed in a known and set timeframe. The contributing factors in this benefit lie in the ability to trust in the system to complete the process without any need to shut down or breakdown and to utilize the functionality of pumps that speed up, slow down, or remain constant depending on what part of the process is being performed. In doing this, a set timeframe for process completion can be set and allow for accurate timetables.
Each of these factors not only contributes to the optimization and efficiency of the system, but it also allows for a process that is fine tuned to save your company time and money, both of which are extremely important to any business. The experts at Cortech have designed and consulted on many optimization projects. Their expertise can help your pump system to be right on its way to saving you money and making your application more profitable.