Business is positively buzzing for Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management, which has secured a number of high profile contracts for its technologically advanced power saving/sub-metering systems for installations ranging from hospitals to a prison, library, council offices, motorcycle showroom and even an ice cream manufacturer.
The company’s Voltis voltage optimisation system has recently been specified by local authorities including Redbridge, Reigate and Dartford, together with two London universities, a major UK airport and a leading entertainment/conference venue. This is in addition to the many commercial projects in progress.
Voltis, a logic-controlled ‘intelligent’ VO system can deliver power savings of up to 20% and offers important advantages over basic step down transformer technology, better matching power input with power demand to deliver higher savings and safeguard the integrity of power supply through the use of a built-in bypass facility. Voltis Home, a compact version of the Voltis commercial system, was recently launched into the domestic market to much interest.
Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management (MTEM) also manufactures the Sinergy range of sub-metering products, including the recently launched wireless Pulse Plus system and ever-popular e-Tracker. Sinergy solutions are also proving immensely popular, with current installations including a prison, university, global asset management organisation and a household consumer brand.
“The demand for energy saving/monitoring solutions remains incredibly strong, as demonstrated by our growing business,” said MTEM National Sales Manager Jon Chamberlain. “However, the market has matured and customers are now looking for a trusted manufacturer/supplier that offers a little extra. In terms of voltage optimisation this leads them to Voltis, a British product which offers greater power savings than achievable with older-style optimisers, switches to bypass if there’s a problem with mains supply and improves and maintains the integrity of the site power supply.
“Sinergy, similarly, has a number of USPs that set it apart from the competition and we’ve launched several new products this year to offer customers a greater choice of sub-metering systems. Pulse Plus, our wireless solution, has created a huge amount of interest and even we have been surprised by the variety of applications that clients and energy management consultants have proposed for it,” added Mr Chamberlain.