EMSc (UK) Ltd, manufacturer of the Star® range of energy saving solutions, is proud to announce the successful installation of its award-winning Powerstar voltage optimisation unit at the Swann-Morton Group, fellow Made in Sheffield member and the world leading manufacturer of surgical blades, scalpels and handles.
Installed as part of the Groups efforts to improve energy efficiency and reduce its overall environmental impact, Powerstar will help Swann-Morton achieve energy savings of 9.9% or £11,559 per annum while also reducing its CO2 emissions by 102.5 tonnes. The award-wining solution was selected as part of an initiative to support British entrepreneurship and manufacturing, and in line with Swann-Mortons aims of reducing the environmental impact associated with the products and materials purchased and used by the Group.
Commenting on the installation Dr Alex Mardapittas, EMSc (UK) Ltd managing director and designer of Powerstar said: The Swann-Morton Group is committed to conducting its business activities in a way that minimises the impacts on the natural and human environment and we are proud to have been selected as the energy saving solutions provider of choice.
EMSc (UK) Ltd has been manufacturing the market leading voltage optimisation solution Powerstar a unique triple wound system with a patented design that can help realise energy consumption savings of 12-15% at its headquarters in Yorkshire for over a decade. At a time when Japanese and Chinese electronic and engineered solutions continue to dominate the market, the company is proud to say that its research, development, sourcing and manufacturing is all done in the UK.
The company, which has been manufacturing products in the UK for over 10 years, is accredited with the Made in Sheffield accolade in acknowledgement of the quality of its manufacturing process, its expansion into international markets, and the overall success of Powerstar, which is exported worldwide to countries including Cyprus, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Malta and South Africa.