Energy Management System
Servo Motor System for Injection Moulding Machines
The traditional operation mode of the injection molding machine is to ensure the “open-loop dosing oil pump”, “asynchronous induction motors” and motor systems are fully operated once switched on. Injection molding process is generally divided into several stages (high pressure clamping, melting plastic, plastic injection, cooling, packing, mold, and thimble). Each stage requires a different operating pressure and flow rate for the pump motor, and difference product requires different settings. The vast majority of existing injection molding machine for the fixed volume pump hydraulic system will provide a constant flow rate, and the excess hydraulic oil will pass through the relief valve reflux, this process is called high-pressure throttling. High pressure throttle generally consists of 60% to 70% efficiency with energy loss of up to 30% to 50%. Meanwhile, the long-term full-speed hydraulic oil circulation, and hydraulic parts, mechanical parts severe great friction, causing the oil temperature too high, producing excessive noise, and shortened mechanical life.
Infra-Red Heating System for Injection Molding Machines
In 178T injection molding machine, the original daily consumption is about 62.6KW, after the transformation of nano-electric heating, daily power consumption is reduced to 38.8KW, and by 26 working days per month, the monthly savings are listed below:
Q = (62.6-38.8) * 26 = 618.8KWH / month
Electricity (RMB1 per kWh calculated): 618.8 * 1 = RMB618.8 / month (about HKD $ 720 / month)
The payback period can be completed within a year.
Intelli-Hood® Demand Ventilation Controls
The Intelli-Hood® controls reduce your exhaust and make-up fan speeds during idle, non-cooking conditions. This yields fan energy savings of up to 97% and conditioned air savings of up to 70%. The result is a typical payback of 1- 3 years.
FirePro Fire Extinguishing Aerosol Systems
FIREPRO is an advanced fire fighting system which puts out fire by the use of Aerosol. According to NFPA and EN standard, Class A, B, C, F _re can be extinguished. We have also obtained over 55 certificates (UL,ULC, KIWA, CE, KEMA, TNO, Green Label, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc.) for FIREPRO globally and it is also approved by the Fire Services Department (FSD) in Hong Kong. We have many job references and obtained praise from our clients worldwide.
Energy and Environmental Management System without iCloud and Server
EM100 provides simple, compact, plug and play direct web access energy monitoring system without going through portals. No software installation or computer is required. Robust industrial design for harsh environment.
Able to Measure nearly 200 data collection points or sensors such as CT, temperature, humidity, gas and many others Analog or Digital Inputs.
Collect data up to 50 power meters .
Energy Management System by iCloud and Server
Vertically Intergrated Platform
Jetlun provides a vertically integrated internet-of-things (IoT) platform, JIM, that consists of both hardware and software. Featuring advanced, patented, hybrid wireless network bridging technologies, the platform is the ideal retrofit solution to seamlessly integrate disparate systems that often operate in
independent silos. Enabling you to manage your home or business on one app and on a single platform. The platform is an open platform, which means it
supports not only Jetlun hardware, but also third-party hardware. Open
RestAPIs allows anyone to create and develop its own applications. The JIM platform offers the ultimate flexibility and scalability for you and your business.
Sub-metering is the first step towards energy efficiency and energy
management. Sub-metering provides an understanding of, and an insight into a building’s energy use profile that allows you to set the appropriate corrective actions. It is a valuable tool for:
· Verifying the accuracy of utility bills
· Allocating energy costs to specific departments and tenants
· Auditing “before-and-after” energy usage for projects that were intended to improve efficiency
· Determining system efficiency and identifying equipment and process problems
· Discovering opportunities for potential energy-efficiency improvements