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Friday, January 21, 2011

Cost Avoidance/Energy Savings for IR Thermography

"Has anyone documented Cost Avoidance Or Potential energy savings using Thermography. Ex. Downtime, Labor, Materials. I would be interested in understanding how you determined final cost or energy savings."
This is the $64,000 question, how to justify the cost and benefits of an IR program. The methods used vary depending on your situation, what downtime costs in your facility, overtime and rush ordering to get new parts, lost production cost, your energy cost, etc.
I have selected several white papers that illustrate how different organizations have calculated their costs. Use them as examples of what can be done, and how they are presented.   Right click each image to download the white papers in pdf format.  
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2 comments:

  1. This post is awesome..i've been reading tons of crap posts from other blogs, but shows you have a more educated reader base. cost saving solutions

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  2. You are helping to reduce the use of fossil fuels that help to create energy which then runs different types of electrical equipment in the home.
    Oren Ahronson & Oren Ahronson By reducing the amount of energy you use you are reducing how much fossil fuel needs to be burnt in order to create it. This in turn is beneficial to the environment as it helps to reduce your country's carbon foot print.

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