Many waste heats are not recovered and are loss to the environment. There is huge potential to recover waste heat from reactors, furnace and many other process equipment via process-to-process heat exchange. However, determining the optimal heat exchanger integration are complex, especially when there are more than 10 hot and cold streams involved. Pinch Analysis is a systematic technique to analyse the maximum energy recovery potential and has been used by many companies to successfully achieve between 10 to 90% thermal energy reductions worldwide.
Optimal Heat enables you to design the cost-effective maximum heat recovery system and heat exchanger network in a rapid and efficient way by using this Pinch Analysis technique.
In a company, there is opportunity to reuse water from one process to the other. Wastewater, which is normally treated and discharged, can be segregated. The cleaner and higher quality wastewater can be reused for equipment or process which do not require fresh water from the tab such as scrubber, cooling, irrigation and toilet flushing.
Optimal Water enables you to design the maximum water recovery system in a rapid and efficient way and ensuring the water quality and quantity for the demands are still met by using Pinch Analysis. This can help your company not only to reduce your water bills, but also wastewater treatment cost. Experience of many companies has shown potential water savings between 5 to 90%.
Buildings need to be audited from time to time for its energy efficiency and emissions. Most of the time, these audits are done separately and requires repeated data to be collected.
By using Optimal Audit, energy, wastewater and gas emissions audit can be done simultaneously and efficiently. The system helps auditor to analyse a company energy management system, energy trend, equipment energy efficiency analysis, energy saving solutions, wastewater discharge and gas emission analysis and its compliance towards standards.
Energy manager role is becoming more crucial where more countries are imposing regulations on the need to reduce energy consumptions and develop energy management system for a company. In Malaysia for example, buildings with more than 3,000,000 kWh of electricity consumption needs to appoint an energy manager and submit reports to the Energy Commissioner every 6 months.
There are two most recognised energy management certification globally i.e. ISO 50001:2011 and AEMAS Energy Management Gold Standard (EMGS). By using our eSMART system, energy manager can easily develop a complete Energy Management System which complies with both of this certification. The eSMART system also allows data to be systematically recorded, and even if the energy manager move to another company, the new personnel can easily take over and continue the initiatives. The system is also built for easy reporting and sharing of results with top management and auditors. The system can also be integrated with online meters.
Ships Emission Management Systems (SEMS) was developed to help port owners to account the shipping emissions and analyse the emissions improvement measures in ports, under the requirement of MARPOL Annex VI. Ship emissions have remarkable global, regional, and local adverse impacts on the air quality on sea and land.
The most important pollutants emitted from ships are nitrogen oxide (NOX), sulphur dioxide (SO2), carbon dioxide (CO2), hydrocarbons (HC), and particulate matter (PM). The health effects of air pollution at ports may include asthma, other respiratory diseases, cardiovascular disease, lung cancer, and premature death. The systems have been used by Johor Port Authority to monitor all the air emissions for all ports in Johor. The system includes web-based and mobile application.