- Are you looking to reduce your warehouse heating costs?
- Do you have unused manufacturing floor space due to reduced output?
- Could you keep one area of your warehouse at a cooler temperature?
If you answered yes to one of these 3 questions, then you could potentially reduce your heating cost for your warehouse, maybe even drastically. The cost to operate your warehouse heating and ventilating equipment can be very expensive. In fact, the cost associated with heating and cooling a warehouse has progressively increased more than 10 fold since 1970 and has even spiked more than 500% during the most recent years.
Using Warehouse Dividers to Reduce Heating Costs
Akon has a solution which has an ROI of sometimes only a few months and that can be installed very quickly. Our warehouse dividers can separate your warehouse into zones which are used from zones which are not used, or rarely used.
The driving force behind using this product is to reduce the energy consumption of your heaters in the winter, or air conditioners in the summer. With the divider wall installed, you can maintain a much cooler temperature where there are no workers, or where workers are only temporarily stationed. This allows you to heat a much smaller space which, of course results in a much smaller utility bill each and every month.
Don't Heat Empty Warehouse Space
The concept is really quite simple, “Don’t heat empty space”. The best way to describe this solution is to think in terms of your own house. If you have a two-story home with a basement, and you only go into the basement briefly once a day, then you would not want to heat the entire basement. This would be a waste of your hard-earned money.
The same concept is true for warehouse heating costs. If you are not using 100% of your floor space, then seal it off and cover the heat vents for that area. This simple procedure can save thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars for very large warehouses. In addition to reducing the heating costs, you will also extend the service life of your industrial heaters as they will run less often.
Heating Costs Continue to Rise
Heating costs will continue to rise, this is a fact backed up by industry experts. The era of cheap affordable energy is well behind us and an era of energy conservation is now at hand. Companies who properly manage their resources will thrive while companies who expel large amounts of energy will struggle. Using a temperate zoning control curtain for heating and cooling is an economical solution.