The pharmaceutical industry is a special sector with stringent production requirements, where there is no option to comprise on quality and set standards. Pharma production is generally remarkably sensitive to the immediate environment, so tough demands are made on a tightly controlled indoor climate, extreme freezing using cryogenic gases, and other pipe systems to service the entire production process.
Because pharmaceutical production is dependent on a number of precise processes, it is highly cost-intensive. Energy optimisation in pharma production can be achieved by introducing products with improved insulation properties and an expected service life in excess of 30 years, which can eliminate unnecessary production shut-downs completely. LOGSTOR cases document that energy optimisation can usually be improved even further, to the benefit of both the customer and the environment.