NEW YORK - Cleaver-Brooks’ newly introduced initiative, the Energy Saving Solutions program, encompasses both products and services aimed at increasing efficiency, reducing energy costs, and reducing emissions for its customers and the industry as a whole, said the company. Through this program, the manufacturer plans to be the go-to source for facilities looking to adopt energy-saving and environmental solutions.
“The program’s core strategy includes cutting-edge equipment, training programs, engineering support, system audits, and equipment services - all the essential elements to create a successful and beneficial program for the industry,” said Welch Goggins, president and CEO, Cleaver-Brooks.
According to the company, this program will help customers take advantage of the technologies developed as part of the Super Boiler research and testing to reduce fuel costs 30-40 percent. This includes reducing parasitic costs 12-15 percent through energy-saving enhancers such as advanced controls, blowdown heat recovery equipment, feed water accessories, stack economizers, and high-efficiency, low-emission burners.
Energy-Saving Program Inaugurated
February 18, 2008