Sensor Synergy and CTRL Systems have collaborated to deliver a CTRL-Energy Savings Program (CTRL-ESP) to evaluate, detect, control and confirm energy-savings projects in industrial organizations.
The CTRL-ESP includes Watts Aware System, a continuous monitoring solution from Sensor Synergy. The system is cost-effective and detects power consumption in industrial equipment such as air compressors. The UL101 ultrasound system from CTRL detects leaks in gas and compressed air and helps lower operating costs. Companies can achieve continuous monitoring and energy-savings by combining these two technologies.
According to Bob Roche, Chief Executive Officer of CTRL Systems, the energy reduction program saves significant costs and can offer return on investment within a month. He added that the company would collaborate with Sensor Synergy to expand the monitoring applications.
James Wiczer, President of Sensor Synergy, stated that the system combines sensitive air leak detection technology and monitoring power use to deliver a complete solution. He added that clients will benefit by the integration of two technologies as the system is turn-key and easy to install.