Vitality Conservation Potential of Measurement Control Systems and Energy-Saving Equipment In Textile Dyeing Processes .


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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Stage II) UNEP RISO/Pinnacle. Pattern Cairo, Walk 31 and April 1, 2004.
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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Energy Conservation Potential of Measurement & Control Systems and Energy-Saving Equipment In Textile (Dyeing) Processes by: Dr. Attia Saad El-Din TIMS - Egypt Energy Conservation Center, Japan & TIMS March 2000

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Introduction In the material business, one of Egypt\'s significant enterprises, the vast majority of the hardware and apparatus has all the earmarks of being obsolete, and measuring gear is not adequately accessible. Subsequently, taking suitable measures will prompt to a significant sparing in vitality. In this unique circumstance, a measurement of the vitality preservation capability of Egypt\'s material (coloring) industry, the impact on nursery gas diminishment and the impact of speculation for these objects is required to prompt to the recognizable proof of extraordinary open doors that would add to accomplishing CDM objectives and in addition to Egypt\'s national intrigue.

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Schematic Diagram of Technologies Covered by the Project

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Equipment Covered by the Survey Dyeing process Jet coloring machines, winch coloring machines, mercerization coloring machines, and so on. Drying process Stenters, suction drum dryers, and so on. Utility offices (warm hotspots for the coloring and drying forms) Steam boilers, warm oil boilers, and the channeling for such boilers

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Project Examined Technologies The taking after 5 things constitute the specialized reason for vitality preservation impact. 1. Warm protection of machine legitimate and steam funneling 2. Improvement of estimation and control 2.a Dyeing process: Attainment of ideal coloring conditions 2.b Drying process: Achievements of ideal drying conditions 2.c Finishing 3. Recuperation of cooling water and warmth recuperation from hot/squander water 4. Recuperation of condensate 5. Presentation of vitality administration framework 5.a Optimization of evaporator air/fuel proportion and working weight 5.b Centralized vitality administration arrangement of utilities (vitality "fuel, steam, power", water, … and so forth)

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Current State of Subject Equipment by Factory

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Base Line for Energy Consumption Type of Equipment by Factory (Zenotex)

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Base Lines of Energy Consumption for 11 Factories Surveyed

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Specific Energy Saving by Energy Conservation Measures

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Specific Energy Savings by Factory

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Base Line for Emission Volume of Greenhouse Gasses for Each Factory t

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Specific Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emission for Each Factory

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Summary of CO 2 Reduction and Energy Conservation Potential for 11 processing plant overviewed

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Effect on Productivity The advancement of vitality protection through estimation and control prescribed in this review prompts to the change of efficiency. Since ideal vitality control in the assembling forms permits programmed control of operation at the temperature, stickiness, and so on., most suitable for generation, the imperfect item rate decreases essentially (yield enhances) as contrasted and manual control. Additionally, change of item quality can be normal. At present, Egypt\'s material items are losing universal cost aggressiveness with Southeast Asian items, and in this specific circumstance, it is progressively imperative to reinforce global intensity through higher quality and diminished costs, accordingly advancing fares. While the change of value, and in addition that of profitability, is essential, this venture is intended to accomplish these two purposes simultaneously, and it is accordingly considered to consent to the demand of the Egyptian side.

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TIMS/EEAA CD4CDM-Second National Workshop (Phase II) UNEP RISO/APEX Baseline Cairo, March 31 & April 1, 2004 Effect on the Egyptian material (Dyeing) Industry Reduction of roughly 22.4% (160,000 toe/y) of the aggregate vitality utilization. Gauge for this gauge: Energy utilization by the material part: 1,433,000 toe/year Energy utilization by the coloring business: 717,000 toe (half of the aggregate vitality utilization). Plausible ways to deal with scattering of the impact of this venture include: Financial help (Yen credits, "Carbon Fund" including WB and EPP Fund, Technical help, Development of HR (preparing)

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