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Environment / Energy

An Environment friendly Smart Factory is built by eliminating dusts and contaminants generated from factories, such as sulfur, nitrogen, etc. In addition, energy consumption is optimized by analyzing the operation pattern and energy use for each factory and process in real time.

Environment: Industrial sites are improved, and environmental regulations are observed with minimum cost
  • Electric dust collection (MPS)
    - Fine dusts are collected and captured by generating high voltage by means of micro pulse
    - Compared to existing dust collectors, efficiency and energy cost are improved by 50% and 80%, respectively
  • Principle of MPS, electric dust collection
    Principle of MPS, electric dust collection
    1. Flowing in of ducts
    2. Strong corona discharge by MPS pulse energy
    3. The pulse energy releases strong negative ions in large quantities
    4. Dusts get combined with negative ions and move to the dust collecting plate
    5. Dusts are captured by the dust-collecting plate and discharged to the outside
    6. Clean Air
  • Desulfurization and denitrification (Hi Plasma)
    - Contaminants within gases discharged from factories are eliminated through plasma
    - Both sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides can be removed at the same time
  • Principle of Hi-Plasma, desulfurization and denitrification
    Principle of Hi Plasma, desulfurization and denitrification
    1. Emission gas
    2. Minimizing the environment impact by decreasing the concentration of contaminants
Energy: Realization of efficient use of energy via thoroughgoing analysis of energy use
  • An operation pattern guide suitable for the facility characteristics is provided by analyzing the operation pattern for each process and product
  • Energy management: An optimum way to use energy is proposed through real time analysis and demand estimation
Block diagram for the efficient use of energy
Block diagram for the efficient use of energy
  • Water
  • Steam
  • Electricity
  • Optimum energy pattern
  • Production information
  • Production plan
  • Facility condition
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