Energy Management

Automating Energy Management and Savings

Generally, MAS Automation is asked to evaluate a production line to determine how much waste occurs, how often the machinery malfunctions and why, what is the reject rate of the product and why do rejects occur, and how much labor is involved. Once complete, the analysis begins to show where improvements can be made and where savings can be made. Typically, a project results in thousands of dollars of savings by limiting waste, savings on energy costs and higher output.

Is MAS Automation “green”?

New processes requires less energy, are non-polluting, and the products created can be extremely lightweight, yet strong.  Our composite automation processes specifically could be used to build a car frame, for example, that would be extremely strong, non-corrosive, and lightweight, thereby creating greater fuel efficiency.