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Drives enhance energy efficiency of raw material processing

29 February 2024

Deloitte’s 2024 manufacturing industry outlook warns that manufacturers will continue to face “new challenges spurred by the need for product innovation to meet company-set net zero emissions goals”. Here, automated screen systems will be essential in supporting increased efficiency, cost savings, and sustainability.

That’s why Binder+Co, an Austrian developer of screen systems, partnered with WEG to develop its new BIVITEC e+ screening machine. The result? Operational energy savings of more than 60 percent.

The ongoing market challenges will put immense pressure on raw material processors and impact product screening and processing in a variety of ways. First, economic uncertainties will drive fluctuating demand, and create a need for adaptive screen processes that can align manufacturers’ production with these market shifts. Second, shortages in skilled labour will encourage the use of automated screening solutions that can ensure consistent, high-quality outputs. 

Third, the challenges will create a need for fast and accurate screening processes that can help avert delays, without sacrificing product quality. Lastly, they must meet evolving environmental standards. 

Read the full article in DPA's March issue

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