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Calculators

    Calculators

    Chapter 1 Milk Harvest Calculators

    ; Vacuum pump capacity and vacuum pump horsepower

    ; Estimate the annual savings of VSD on a vacuum pump

    Chapter 2 Milk Cooling Calculators

    ; Show savings of well water precoolers and VFDs on receiver pump

    Chapter 3 Lighting Calculators

    ; Determine lamp watts and number of light fixtures required, and annual

    energy consumption

    ; Determine lighting conversion savings

    Chapter 4 Air Circulation and Ventilation Calculators

    ; Estimate the annual energy savings of installing higher efficiency fans

    Chapter 8 General Information Annual Energy Savings Calculator

    ; Estimate the annual energy savings using a more efficient motor

Chapter 1 Milk Harvest Calculators

    The following calculators can be used to estimate the required vacuum pump capacity and horsepower. The calculators should only be used as a guide, and should not be used as final sizing criteria, since there may be other sizing factors not considered, such as additional capacity for milk meters, vacuum operated takeoffs, etc. These calculators can also help you assess whether your existing vacuum system is grossly oversized.

    Calculator to determine vacuum pump capacity and vacuum pump horsepower:

Directions:

    1. Double click on number in yellow box to highlight.

    2. Type in new number of milking units

    3. DO NOT HIT “ENTER”.

    4. Click on the orange box to highlight calculation.

    5. Click Function Key F9 to update calculation. nd6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 to update calculation in 2 orange box.

     Milking Units: 30

     Vacuum Pump Capacity (cfm) = 131

     Vacuum Pump Horsepower (Hp) = 13

    Calculator to estimate the annual savings of VSD on a vacuum pump:

Directions:

    1. Double click on number in the1st yellow box to highlight. 2. Type in Hp of vacuum pump.

    3. DO NOT HIT “ENTER”.

    4. Repeat steps 1 3 to insert the number of milking units and the hours of operation in

    the next 2 boxes.

    5. Click on the orange box to highlight calculation. 6. Click Function Key F9 to update calculation.

    Hp of Vacuum Pump : 15

    No. of Milking Units: 20

    Hours of Operation: 18

    Estimated Annual Savings (kWh) = 59,130

Return to Chapter 1 - Milk Harvest

Chapter 2 Milk Cooling Calculators

The following calculator can be used to estimate the savings of well water precoolers and

    VFDs on receiver pumps. The calculator should only be used as a guide.

    Calculator to show savings of well water precoolers and VFDs on receiver pumps:

    Directions:

    1. Double click on number in yellow box to highlight.

    2. Type in new CWT.

    3. DO NOT HIT “ENTER”.

    4. Click on the orange box .

    5. Press Function Key F9 to update calculation. nd6. Repeat steps 4 & 5 to update calculation in 2 orange box.

    Cwt of milk cooled/yr: 200100

    Estimated annual savings of well water 60,030

    precoolers (kWh/yr) =

    Estimated annual energy savings of well water 90,045

    precooler PLUS a VFD on receiver pump =

Return to Chapter 2 Milk Cooling

Chapter 3 Lighting Calculators

    The following calculators can be used to determine lamp watts required to illuminate a specific size room to a specific level of footcandles or lumens per square foot, as well as the number of light fixtures required. The annual energy consumption (kWh) is also calculated. The calculators should only be used as a guide.

    Calculators to determine lamp watts and number of light fixtures required, and

    annual energy consumption:

    Directions:

    1. Double click on number in yellow box to highlight.

    2. Referring to Table 3-1, type in new required lumens/sq ft.

    3. DO NOT HIT “ENTER”.

    4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the remaining information in the next 4 boxes (rated lamp

    lumens, sq ft of lighted area, watts/fixture, and no. of hours lights are on)

    5. Click on the first orange box .

    6. Press Function Key F9 to update calculation. ndrd7. Repeat steps 4 & 5 to update calculations in the 2 and 3 orange boxes.

1 footcandle = 1 lumen/sq ft

    Required lumens/sq ft (Table 3-1): 50

    Rated lamp lumens (from Table 3-1): 94

    Square footage of lighted area: 250

    Watts/fixture: 250

    No. of hours lights are on: 18

    Lamp watts Required = 380

    Number of Light Fixtures Required = 2

    Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) = 3,285

    Calculator to determine lighting conversion savings:

    Total existing lighting watts: 800

    % savings of new lights (From Table 3-10 ): 70

    No. of hours lights are on: 18

    Savings to convert (kWh/yr) = 3,679

Return to Chapter 3 - Lighting

    Chapter 4 Air Circulation & Ventilation Calculators

    FAN EFFICIENCY CALCULATOR

The following calculator can be used to estimate the annual energy savings of installing

    higher efficiency fans. The calculator should only be used as a guide.

    Calculator to estimate the annual energy savings of installing higher efficiency fans:

    Directions:

    1. Double click on number in yellow box to highlight.

    2. Type in the Total cfm (old).

    3. DO NOT HIT “ENTER”.

    4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the remaining information in the next 4 boxes (Cfm/watt old,

    Total cfm new, Cfm/watt new, and hours fans operate).

    5. Click on the orange box .

    6. Press Function Key F9 to update calculation.

    Total cfm old: 250000

    Cfm/watt old: 18

    Total cfm new: 250000

    Cfm/watt new: 21

    Hours fans operate/yr: 4800

    Savings of Higher Efficiency 9,524

    Fans (kWh/yr) =

Return to Chapter 4 Air Circulation & Ventilation

    Chapter 8: General Information Calculator

The following calculator can be used to estimate the annual energy savings using a more

    efficient motor. The calculator should only be used as a guide.

    Calculator to estimate the annual energy savings:

    Directions:

    1. Double click on number in 1st yellow box to highlight.

    2. Type in the new horsepower

    3. DO NOT HIT ENTER.

    4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the remaining information in the next 5 boxes (load factor,

    annual operating hrs, avg. energy costs, standard and energy efficient motor

    ratings)

    5. Click on the number in the orange box .

    6. Press Function Key F9 to update calculation.

    Motor rated horsepower (hp): 5

    Load factor (% of full load): 100

    Annual operating hours: 4000

    Average energy costs ($/kWh): 0.12

    Standard motor efficiency rating, %: 85

    Energy-efficient motor efficiency rating, %: 86

    Annual Energy Savings = $ 24

Return to Chapter 8 General Information

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