I am happy to share that Sage Metering has released my white paper, “ISO 50001 Energy Management: The Use of Thermal Mass Flow Meters in ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems.”
What is ISO?
ISO is the International Organization for Standardization. It is the leading developer of voluntary International Standards that provides advanced specifications for services, products, and practices to be cleaner, safer, and more efficient. The standards are generated by international agreements to promote the international exchange of goods and services.
The organization provides standards for industrial plants, governmental agencies, commercial and institutional facilities interested in using energy management systems (EnMS). EnMS improve energy efficiency, save on energy costs, and minimize the environmental impact of greenhouse gases. These continuous processes require measurement and monitoring equipment, such as thermal mass flow meters, to establish baseline energy consumption and provide continual measuring and monitoring of the actual usage.
Mass Flow Meters Energy Management Systems
Thermal mass flow meters are useful measurement devices for ISO 50001 energy management systems. They can measure natural gas consumption at different parts of the facility and individual combustion sources. They also are effective at measuring compressed air and can help determine and monitor compressed air leakage. Additionally, energy monitoring specialists use portable thermal flow meters when performing energy management audits or to check the flow rate in a pipe.
These applications are found in many heavy industrial operations such as textile, automotive, glass manufacturing, aluminum and steel, food and beverage, pulp and paper, power, chemical, and refining.
You can read my new white paper by visiting Thermal Mass Flow Meters in ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems.