Nowhere is business process automation more prevalent than the modern industrial facility. There is constant pressure on facility managers to increase productivity and efficiency. Many industrial plants have implemented a packaged “system” to insure these measurable milestones are met. From Six Sigma, to JIT, to ISO, the quest for efficiency and quality is an enduring process.
The rapid advancement of industrial technology-programmable logic controllers, variable frequency drives, robotic material handling, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, metrology, and C&I (controls & instrumentation) – has increased productivity and efficiency to new levels. However, this comes at a price of downtime and a constantly expanding electrical maintenance budget.
EP recognized this design weakness over a decade ago and built an entire organization around the eliminating “the cost of doing business.” Never has our advanced technology been more necessary and relevant. Environmental Potentials lines of industrial products are designed to eliminate downtime and significantly reduce electrical maintenance expenses.