Most pumps are driven by AC induction motors.
Learn how these drives are different from other variable speed equipment.
Energy reduction and low maintenance add up to cost savings.
Remote monitoring and email or text alerts provide added system reliability.
This method of achieving variable speed pumping promotes energy efficiency and can pay for itself over a long period of service.
This technology provides long service life and reliability for variable speed applications.
A Mississippi River levee, an Indiana water plant and an Ohio municipality take advantage of ease of installation and significant energy savings—as much as $2 million up front.
Louisiana's Sabine River Authority incorporated this VFD alternative to divert 141 million gallons of water per day.
Eddy current drives offer a cost-effective alternative to VFDs.