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Identify Critical Areas Where Your Plant's Energy Costs Can Be Reduced

Efficiency Audits From Hoffman & Lamson

Wastewater treatment plants can realize energy savings of 20% or more, simply by tailoring their operations to demand. Aeration systems alone within a wastewater treatment plant are known to be responsible for 50-70% of a plant's energy usage. As increasing demand continues to drive up energy costs, many plants are constantly looking for ways to maximize efficiency and minimize energy consumption. Performing a system audit is one of the best ways to get insight into your plant's energy consumption, allowing you to save on energy costs by tailoring your operations to actual, real-world demand. 


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Hoffman & Lamson  Energy Audits Help Your WWT Plant

How Can Audits Help?

Energy consumption data can identify when and how energy is being used, allowing operators to align processes and operation schedules with demand; improving overall efficiency and minimizing the amount of energy used in periods of lower activity. 

Equipment, such as multistage centrifugal blowers are robust, and designed to provide decades of service. Analyzing performance and energy usage data can help identify areas of concern with equipment, giving operators the chance to resolve them before they become bigger problems that could result in unplanned maintenance or downtime, further impacting a plant's bottom line. 

The Benefits Of Energy Audits

  • Minimize energy consumption 
  • Pathway to ongoing cost savings 
  • Uncover hidden issues
  • Reduce the risk of unplanned disruptions
  • Minimize environmental impact

Benefits of Hoffman & Lamson Energy Audits

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HOFFMAN & LAMSON CERTIFIEDTM  service personnel will work with you via phone or email to schedule an audit at a time that is convenient for you. 

Once you schedule an audit, our team will reach out to you to confirm some important details relating to the audit, such as: 

  • The number, age, and make of your blowers 
  • The age and type of controls in use
  • Some basic energy usage statistics 


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