Reduce your
material losses

Reducing your material losses is a key axis for improving
the performance of your industrial sites. Beyond
profitability questions for your business,
these losses have an impact on the environment.

Why reduce your material losses?

The materials footprint measures the volume of raw materials used by a country, an industry or a factory.

For example, the dairy industry accounts for 15 million m³ of milk lost each year worldwide*, or 6 billion euros in losses. This waste has repercussions on several levels: expensive waste to process, reduced profitability, increased carbon footprint, etc.

Together, we must learn to reduce our material losses, whatever the sector of activity.

*Source: The Dairy Industry

Why take the leap?

of competitiveness

By recovering all the raw material purchased, you lower the cost of materials and labor. Your factories become more profitable and therefore more competitive.

additional costs

By supervising your material losses, you anticipate any deviations and avoid unnecessary additional costs that can become colossal.

of waste

Reduce the volume of waste collection and treatment and reduce the pollution load at the entrance to the treatment plant. The benefits are also environmental.

Our solution to reduce
your material losses

Your industrial sites receive, produce and
transform materials. But part of these
materials are lost during the process and
becomes waste, whether recoverable or not.

Dametis supports you in reducing your
material losses through its solution consisting of
3 successive stages.

Identify where your material losses come from thanks to the data

Reduce waste through material management
Train your teams in materials management

Take stock of
places of your
material losses

Your industrial site loses material at several times:

When receiving
During storage
During the transformation process

The first step is to identify where the material losses come from based on an overview of the data of the industrial site.

Reduce your losses
materials thanks to
smart sensors

We map the processes and recover your existing data. Then we set up our module for optimizing the loss of liquid material by placing sensors in places where there is suspicion of material loss.

Then, we connect these sensors to the MyDametis platform in order to monitor and analyze the data in real time. Once everything is ready, we implement 5 actions to reduce material losses.

1. Analysis and mapping

First, we analyze and map the issues of material loss during mass transfers.

2. Localization and quantification
Then, we identify, locate and quantify the material losses at different places: bottom of the tank, growth or priming.
3. Quantification of material loss
The third action consists of quantifying the material loss in volume and in euros.
4. Automatic drift detection

The MyDametis platform automatically detects deviations and implements an action plan to reduce material losses. If deviations are detected, Dametis experts come to your site to requalify shoots and processes.

5. Creation of a report
Finally, we send you a report listing the cost accounting for energy, water and CO2 for each product.

Train your teams in management
the material

Our Dametis experts tell you what actions to take to reduce material loss. But it’s even better if your teams become autonomous on the subject, isn’t it?

This is why we train your employees so that they know what to do to minimize material loss.

Reduce your material losses,
we begin ?

Reducing your carbon footprint starts with a first brick. Book a call with a business expert to discuss the issues of your industrial sites in terms of decarbonization.

TESTIMONY

They have chosen
Dametis

With the rising cost of raw materials, we turned to Dametis to reduce our milk loss throughout the manufacturing process. They installed MyDametis and linked it to sensors placed on our machines. We were able to map our material losses and we were able to launch an action plan to minimize them. Result: thousands of euros saved.

Industrial Manager
Food giant