Is your current VFD obsolete or failing?
What are the benefits of using a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)?
A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is an industry standard device that is used to control the speed and torque of a motor by varying the voltage and frequency supplied to a motor. VFDs are used on a wide range of motors regardless of size. This technology not only offers improved process control, VFDs can result in significant energy savings.
Avoid unplanned interruptions to production. Don’t ignore the signs of trouble when it comes to your VFD.
- Improper sizing or application
- Drive faults
- Poor environmental operating
- Power surges or interruptions
- Obsolete components
When is it time to invest in a new or replacement VFD?
Don’t have a VFD, but considering one? Many of our customers have realized energy savings from using VFDs through reduced electrical consumption and improved reliability. Motor speeds are automatically adjusted using instrumentation to maintain specific parameters–as the process changes so does the motor speed. Whether you are using a volumetric damper, manual damper, or have an older existing VFD to control your motors, a VFD upgrade offers exceptional energy efficiency, reduced physical size, improved connectivity, and simplified maintenance.
- Improved process control
- Reduced energy consumption
- Increased motor life
- Reduced downtime
The CMM Group has decades of experience implementing, replacing, and servicing VFDs. Our team is able to properly size, program and install your VFD with minimal disruption to your schedule.