New Technology Reduces Energy Usage by 50%
Belleville, Michigan, September 26, 2006 - A.B. Myr Industries is launching new products designed to cut energy consumption in industrial paint finishing systems in half.
Research has indicated, paint finishing departments in manufacturing environments are one of the largest energy users. With energy costs three times higher over recent years, plant managers are taking a direct hit to overhead and profitability.
Mike Reznicek, Paint System Manager at Tennant Company said, "A.B. Myr's technology not only helps us cut costs but also helps streamline our powder finishing production line. A.B. Myr's products continue to exceed our expectations".
ABMyr's new products address this critical business issue by:
Minimizing high-temperature operations: Using new chemistry and powder to reduce washer and oven operating temperatures.
Retaining heated air: Using invisible air barrier seals incorporating centrifugal fans and pressurization differences to contain the heated air in the oven.
Automating process control: Using advanced process controllers that ensure effective and consistent product cleaning and coating conversion to achieve energy savings, operational cost savings, and increased product quality.
Rick Aquino, Vice President of A.B. Myr Industries stated, "We are pleased to provide new technology products that cut up to 60% of energy costs while increasing production and quality. The products address every stage of the finishing process and can be retrofit onto existing paint finishing systems".
This is good not only for the company, but also for the country. For more information: www.abmyr.com or call (734) 941-2200.