Servo-Driven Turret Presses Conserve Energy, Minimize Carbon Footprint
Electrical consumption, compared to similar-tonnage hydraulic presses, is roughly half with servo, says Amada. And fabricators can save in excess of $1000 a year on maintenance costs by not having to replace hydraulic oil. Lastly, carbon footprint—which refers to the amount of greenhouse gases generated and discharged into the atmosphere during electricity production—can be reduced by 20 tons per year or more thanks to a switch to servo-drive machines.
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