PRINTING PLANT HVAC
In the competitive marketplace of today, one of the many tools for success in the printing industry is the reduction of energy consumption without a sacrifice in product quality or delivery. You understand the potential savings to be added to the bottom line by decreasing energy consumption.
Faster press speeds and shortened job turn-around in printing plants requires plant managers to become knowledgeable of atmospheric conditions. Some variables such as press consistency, ink transfer, dimensional stability, and screen stencil quality may require better control of the paper’s moisture content to keep things running smooth.
The majority of the industry utilizes some form of continuous web processing to combine ink with paper and create a finished product. The heat generated during this process still falls under the category of “waste heat” in many facilities. Many plants use large amounts of outside air and/or mechanical cooling to eliminate excess process heat. The importance of humidification in printing is common knowledge. However, it is sometimes “not so” common knowledge how to approach the addition of humidity to the printing facility without increasing overall energy consumption. AAA Energy Service Co. can help.
Whether you’re embarking on an entirely new project or trying to improve the performance of an aging facility, start with AAA Energy Service Co. We incorporate the issues unique to your facility into our service delivery process. With us, you’ll gain the advantage of more than 60 years of leadership in building systems and building services. We can put our solutions to work for you – helping you cut costs, making your facility more comfortable, and improving your ability to manage and maintain building systems. AAA Energy Service Co. brings powerful advantages to your printing facility.
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