Precision controls over the pharmaceutical production environment

Pharmaceutical manufacturers must closely control temperature and humidity within their production lines. Disruptions within these regulated conditions can be damaging and costly.

  • Pharmaceutical buildings have high thermal demands due to large process heating loads, hot water heating loads, high electric rates and requirements for consistent, uninterrupted power.
  • Scalable on-site cogeneration systems can reduce energy costs by up to 50% in primary and secondary pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities.

Dalkia partners with its partner Aegis CHP to provide both heat and electricity from one a single fuel. With large around the clock operations with steady thermal and electrical requirements, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems are an ideal fit for pharmaceutical facilities looking to reduce their energy bills.

Scientists working in a laboratory

Laboratory equipment and beakers