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Busch focuses on energy efficiency at ComVac 2017

Manufacturer of vacuum pumps, blowers and compressors, Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems, will be showcasing its energy-efficient vacuum solutions at ComVac 2017 from 24 – 28 April at Hannover Messe in Germany.

Energy efficiency will be the company’s main focus of attention, following the development of a range of vacuum solutions which will enable its customers in all industrial sectors to save energy and operating costs. Busch will not just be providing an insight into its comprehensive product portfolio for all industries, but will also be announcing its latest vacuum solutions.
Busch understands that it is important to look at the complete production process in order to reduce the energy requirement and operating costs. For example, the vacuum pump's heat emissions or cooling method and its installation location or control make a significant difference to the overall energy balance. As a result, the company offers various options for heat recovery or improving the demand-based control of vacuum pumps.
Busch also designs central vacuum systems to suit the particular requirements of individual customers. This sort of centralization of vacuum supply means that fewer vacuum pumps are required and so, in combination with demand-based control, creates significant energy savings. In addition, this kind of centralized vacuum system can be housed in a separate room, so that vacuum pumps no longer need to be installed in production areas, which means that noise and heat emissions are eliminated from workplaces.
Busch is exhibiting in Hall 26, Booth B 05 at ComVac 2017.


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