Head of Energy and Heat Supply
INP Deutschland GmbH
Tel. +49 6232 firstname.lastname@example.org
We stand for the values of owner-managed SMEs: reliability, responsibility, quality and adherence to deadlines.Georg Jester – General Manager
Professionalism and reliability are what our customers appreciate. And this has been so for over 30 years.Andreas Haaß – Head of I&C
Location: Dortmund, Germany
System/Technology: Siemens Energy Manager Pro, MSSQL, M-Bus, Modbus TCP/RTU
Services: Commissioning, Project management, Quality assurance, As-built status and data recording, Basic-engineering and pre-engineering, Detail engineering, Maintenance, Training
Industry Branch/Type of Plant: Large Plants
Client: thyssenkrupp rothe erde Germany GmbH
Thyssenkrupp rothe erde Germany GmbH, the end customer of INP Germany, operates a ring rolling mill for the production of rings made out of steel, aluminum, copper or stainless steels. The rings are manufactured in the requested sizes and materials in the radial-axial roller bearings (RAWs). In the next production step, the steel rings produced in the rolling mill are subjected to heating and cooling treatment in the tempering plant consisting of annealing furnaces and cooling water tanks to increase durability and quality and to achieve the desired hardness
INP Deutschland GmbH was initially awarded the contract to integrate a central gas consumption meter system for digitized recording of all gas meter readings with further processing and display of various consumption statistics.
Building on this system, the next expansion stage involved installation of an energy management system tailored to the customer’s needs, including integration into the expanded central, cross-plant furnace control system (see separate INP reference).
In addition to the gas meters, other media meters related to production (such as electricity, water, etc.) as well as those in the administration buildings (electricity, gas, water, wastewater, charging stations, etc.) are supposed to be integrated into the system in the future. They will then be visualized and analyzed across all plants.
The installed energy management system is an essential and central component in achieving the Group-wide strategy towards climate neutrality through energy flow recording, energy consumption analysis, and the resulting management of energy-saving measures.