The time is now!

Welcome to the new Enersize and our fascinating world of compressed air. There has never been a more relevant time to address the significant savings available in energy optimization of industrial compressed air. Please continue reading and get inspired!

Anders Sjögren, CEO

Enersize is passionate about compressed air. We find it hot! Compressed air enables advanced production and is used, for example, for the operation of rotary engines, compressed air cylinders and hand tools as well as for painting, cooling and blowing. Compressed air is non-explosive, does not cause sparks or fires and can be used in almost all types of environments. Compressed air even helps to save lives as it is used extensively in healthcare.

Compressed air is often considered a “free” medium, even though everyone knows that the compressors which generate compressed air are powered by electrical energy. However, what isn’t widely known is that the cost of generating compressed air, even in midsize organizations, can amount to significant sums of money.

Many initiatives are now stimulating increased interest in addressing this opportunity. For example, the United Nations Agenda 2030 and the Paris Agreement are pushing for energy optimization and the avoidance of waste. ISO 50001 is helping organizations to structure their work by identifying and addressing the potential for energy savings. The technology evolution, overall digitalization and Industry 4.0 are all making it easier and more cost-efficient to gain real-time data and make data-driven decisions. It has to be said, there has never been a better time to work with energy optimization of compressed air.

Enersize has built a complete Software-as-a-Service suite in the cloud – supporting all the change management steps and related work to deliver energy optimization of industrial compressed air. We do this in 3 major steps – and with a commercial validation between each to secure project profitability.

  1. We start with what we call “Xray”. We read and analyse the current situation with the help of battery-driven, mobile sensors to capture the data.
  2. In the next step we “Xecute”. We find and repair air leakages in the system, reduce the energy cost of compressed air and confirm the savings with a 2nd “Xray”.
  3. Finally, we help customers to “Xcel”. We institute sustainable energy optimization of the compressed air system. By establishing continuous monitoring we support data-driven decisions, keeping leakage in control and further optimize the compressed air system. 

Do please browse the rest of this website for more information and to see how we have created a platform for knowledge sharing. We have built our web as a platform for knowledge sharing. We also engage some of the global thought leaders in this space to share their ideas and experience. Please take a look, read some of our customer case studies, browse the resources available on the library page and don’t miss out on joining our spring launch event May 11th. Together we can make the world a better place.

Welcome to the new Enersize – I am very happy to have you onboard!

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