Energy reduction should be considered one of the first steps to reducing facility operating costs. Included in the CTRL-ESP is Sensor Synergy’s Watts Aware System, a low-cost, continuous monitoring system that identifies electricity costs in equipment such as air compressors. CTRL’s UL101 ultrasound system, finds compressed air and gas leaks that lead to unnecessary high facility operating costs. Combining these technologies provides companies with pathways to sustained monitoring and sustained savings.
“We are excited to team with Sensor Synergy. Our new energy reduction program can provide a return on investment in less than thirty days, saving our customers ten’s of thousands of dollars annually,” said Bob Roche, CEO of CTRL Systems, Inc. “It delivers a complete and continuous picture of the energy usage. We look forward to the expansion of more monitoring applications with Sensor Synergy.”
“I enthusiastically support this partnership. We can provide our customers with a more complete solution that tightly integrates monitoring electrical power use and extremely sensitive air leak detection technology,”
CTRL Systems, Inc. designs advanced ultrasound technologies for energy reduction, facility maintenance and mechanical machinery reliability. InCTRL, a condition-based monitoring system, is comprised of online analysis software and ultrasound sensors. Services include turn-key technology integration and multi-level onsite training. For more information please visit www.ctrlsys.com or call 877-287-5797.
Sensor Synergy, Inc., a U.S.-based engineering company, provides industry with low-cost, easy to deploy, continuous monitoring sensors for tracking real-time electrical power use, energy waste and industrial process monitoring. These patented sensor interfaces and networking technologies provide a turnkey system making network connections simple. For more information please visit www.sensorsynergy.com.
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CTRL Systems, Inc. designs advanced ultrasound technologies for energy reduction, facility maintenance and mechanical machinery reliability.