Potential for Energy Conservation in Freezing
Potential for Energy Conservation in Freezing (1983)-Currently NFPA is involved in an energy efficiency study of freezing operations in cooperation with National Marine Fisheries Service. The monthly variation in fuel consumption over the year and a variation from year to year is shown; but the figure doesn't show very much about how energy efficient the plant is operating. The evaluation of energy consumption has to be tied together with production, and it is obvious that the energy consumption is closely tied to the production level. Further, the curve indicates that the energy cost factor is composed of a fixed cost and a variable cost component. A relatively small amount is production dependent. The same relationship can be found by evaluating the boilers.
Discounted member price: 30.00
You could save: 33.3%

Similar products

No products found