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CETC Number 2009-046 / 2009-06-17


Even the most mature and efficient industrial processes may consume between 10 and 20% more energy than necessary. Process Integration is a powerful analytical method for identifying and selecting concrete technical solutions to correct these inefficiencies and provide optimum manufacturing solution.

This approach is broadly applicable to a wide variety of industrial processes and takes into account the characteristics specific to each plant, balancing production, economic or environmental constraints, product quality and controllability.

To learn more about CanmetENERGY's activities related to industrial systems, visit the Industrial Systems Optimization section of the website.

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