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ID # Year Products Savings Cost Status
LT0144 # 01 Y:1989 01 1989 ANALYZE FLUE GAS FOR PROPER AIR/FUEL RATIO $1,927 $0 Implemented
LT0144 # 02 Y:1989 02 1989 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS $34 $17 Implemented
LT0144 # 03 Y:1989 03 1989 INSTALL SET-BACK TIMERS $1,494 $0 Implemented
LT0143 # 01 Y:1989 01 1989 USE WASTE HEAT FROM HOT FLUE GASES TO PREHEAT $15,043 $25,000 Not Implemented
LT0143 # 02 Y:1989 02 1989 USE RADIANT HEATER FOR SPOT HEATING $46,420 $3,100 Not Implemented
LT0143 # 03 Y:1989 03 1989 USE MOST EFFICIENT TYPE OF ELECTRIC MOTORS $6,098 $10,238 Implemented
LT0143 # 04 Y:1989 04 1989 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS $1,460 $417 Implemented
LT0141 # 01 Y:1989 01 1989 SCHEDULE BAKING TIMES OF SMALL AND LARGE COMPONENTS $100 $0 Implemented
LT0141 # 02 Y:1989 02 1989 USE HOT PROCESS FLUIDS TO PREHEAT INCOMING PROCESS FLUIDS $65,980 $35,000 Not Implemented
LT0141 # 03 Y:1989 03 1989 UTILIZE ENERGY-EFFICIENT BELTS AND OTHER IMPROVED MECHANISMS $6,377 $0 Implemented
LT0141 # 04 Y:1989 04 1989 USE MOST EFFICIENT TYPE OF ELECTRIC MOTORS $1,858 $1,850 Implemented
LT0142 # 01 Y:1989 01 1989 USE A LESS EXPENSIVE METHOD OF WASTE REMOVAL $214,983 $77,904 Not Implemented
LT0142 # 02 Y:1989 02 1989 ANALYZE FLUE GAS FOR PROPER AIR/FUEL RATIO $7,542 $442 Implemented
LT0142 # 03 Y:1989 03 1989 ANALYZE FLUE GAS FOR PROPER AIR/FUEL RATIO $2,008 $442 Implemented
LT0142 # 04 Y:1989 04 1989 USE WASTE HEAT FROM HOT FLUE GASES TO PREHEAT $2,470 $400 Implemented
LT0142 # 05 Y:1989 05 1989 INSTALL TIMERS AND/OR THERMOSTATS $3,092 $200 Implemented
LT0142 # 06 Y:1989 06 1989 UTILIZE HIGHER EFFICIENCY LAMPS AND/OR BALLASTS $3,250 $754 Not Implemented
LT0142 # 07 Y:1989 07 1989 INSTALL / REPAIR INSULATION ON STEAM LINES $423 $100 Implemented
LT0142 # 08 Y:1989 08 1989 REPAIR AND ELIMINATE STEAM LEAKS $3,193 $224 Implemented
LT0136 # 01 Y:1988 01 1988 REDESIGN PROCESS $5,130 $720 Not Implemented
LT0136 # 02 Y:1988 02 1988 USE RADIANT HEATER FOR SPOT HEATING $950 $1,200 Not Implemented
LT0136 # 03 Y:1988 03 1988 USE MOST EFFICIENT TYPE OF ELECTRIC MOTORS $689 $1,755 Implemented
LT0136 # 04 Y:1988 04 1988 UTILIZE ENERGY-EFFICIENT BELTS AND OTHER IMPROVED MECHANISMS $1,235 $246 Implemented
LT0136 # 05 Y:1988 05 1988 REDUCE ILLUMINATION TO MINIMUM NECESSARY LEVELS $160 $0 Implemented
LT0137 # 01 Y:1988 01 1988 ANALYZE FLUE GAS FOR PROPER AIR/FUEL RATIO $9,880 $0 Implemented