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April 1, 2009

VFD Applications

Filed under: GET Applications — Ralf @ 3:58 AM

What are typical applications for VFD’s?


OK, now we know already that we really must not compromise when it comes to process control equipment in our area of responsibility and that Danfoss is the way to go indeed, perfect stuff with advanced technology, durable, fexible, precise, smart, reliable, strong, convenient, safe, with all the neccessary features and at a very low cost, why keep on searching, we say you found already the best and you are in charge, make the best of it and we won’t let you down!

Slowly we will also look a little more into some possible application examples and please feel free to download again all of the highlighted links in this category or of course also from anywhere else in this blog.

These clickable highlights in our various articles are designed to guide you very well through all the files on folders we prepared for you in our Sky Drive section, we want to let you understand already from the context of our posts what kind of information you may expect from any of these downloads. GET is full of valuable entries but we want to make sure you GET it easy!

To GET another initial idea of certain possibilities you may wish to download also our examples on Precision positioning and Speed synchronizing. Those are exe files because they are interactive but you don’t need to install anything, no worries to your PC at all!

Actually there are really countless examples how to make good use of Danfoss VFD’s.

The water and wastewater field including the HVAC area and refrigeration requirements offer numerous possibilities, especially in terms of Energy Savings and almost endless opportunities we can find also in the food and beverage industries including the chemical sectors but also in textiles or even in heavy industries like cement and mining, just to mention a few.

The list could go on with the automotive sector plus many others and we will most definitely still go very much deeper into this matter, we will go really in-depth into this in many more articles, we will show you exactly how powerful Danfoss Drives really are and how you can benefit from it.

For the meantime we have for you some files about VDF’s for Refrigeration requirements plus some possible HVAC solutions.

By the way, whenever you feel getting lost with all the links provided you could always return to our Blog Home.

More specific application samples could be:

Conveyors, Pumps, Centrifuges, Agitators, Fans, Filling Machines, Labeling Machines. Vacuum Equipment, Extruders, Winders, Washing Machines, Dryers, Ovens, Steamer, Compressors, Saws, Lathes, Drills, Grinders, Presses, Flying Tools, Indexers, Punchers, Cranes, Hoists, Feeders, Lifts, Dredgers, Crushers, Smelters, Mills, Separators, Palletizers, Wrappers, Cutters, Rollers, Chippers, Printers, Stretchers, Molding Machines, Spinners, Water Treatment, etc, etc, etc.

Most of this kind of equipments could be found in quite a variety of industries and throughout our distribution area in Mindanao.


So far so good but I think it is about time now to stretch a bit our legs after all this technical introductions and we should watch another nice video which shows in a very funny way how automation could work, or maybe how it should not work???

Lean back and enjoy the following show which is really one of a kind:

Some of our readers might view us from public computers at internet cafes and we have learned that for reasons best known to the operators or proprietors some of their machines have ni flash player installed which is needed to watch the above video.

We came across a Windows Media File, it doesn’t contain the same video but shows lust likewise in a very funny way what automation is about.

Check out the Automation at its finest.

Ralf Wabersich

Gingoog Electric Trading (G.E.T.)

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