SPS – Why variable frequency drive technology should be prioritised to reduce energy use and emissions in industrial processes


D A2 E B3 A9 008 D 43 E6 9635 06 C F90 E116 C6The environmental and financial benefits of using variable frequency drives on industrial electric motor applications will be highlighted by Invertek Drives (Hall 3, Stand 360) at SPS, Nuremberg Messe, Germany (14-16 November).

Variable frequency drives can reduce energy use by up to 40% in industrial and commercial applications, resulting in lower carbon emissions and improved energy efficiency with reduced costs.

Invertek Drives, which designs and manufactures a range of VFDs for use in applications including material handling, pumping, ventilation, elevators, refrigeration, and HVAC, will be demonstrating its Optidrive range of VFDs with a team on hand to discuss how the efficient control of electric motors is beneficial for businesses and the environment globally.

The company's Optidrive range of VFDs will be demonstrated at the event, with a team of experts available to discuss how the efficient control of electric motors is beneficial to businesses and the environment globally.

In addition, the company will be presenting its latest drive, Optidrive Elevator Core, which is specifically designed for the elevator industry and comes packed with groundbreaking features, such as USB-C connectivity. The drive has been designed from scratch, keeping in mind the requirements of elevator manufacturers, installers, and engineers. Additionally, it boasts the smallest frame size with the highest power rating in its class.

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According to Rhydian Welson, the Director of Sales and Marketing, "SPS brings together a diverse range of process and automation firms and industry experts from across the globe. With the growing requirement to reduce energy consumption and emissions, this event is an excellent platform for us to showcase how our Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) can make an immediate impact on electric motor applications."

Invertek Drives will be alongside other members of the Sumitomo Drive Technologies, Lafert Group and SCG Group at Hall 3, Stand 360 between 14-16 November at Nuremberg Messe.

Media interview opportunities will be available during the exhibition.

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