Frequency converters  

Frequency drive control devices – frequency converters or “frequency converters”, as they are simply called – are most often used in various systems (water supply, heat supply, water treatment, etc.), mixers, dispensers, conveyor lines, conveyors, rolling mills, metalworking and grinding machines. , crushing and drilling equipment and much more.
Typically, frequency converters consist of an asynchronous or synchronous electric motor and a frequency converter. The electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy and forces the executive body of the technological mechanism to move.

The advantages of frequency converters are:

  • energy savings;
  • ease of setup and operation;
  • reliability;
  • reduction of expenses for planned repair works and capital repairs;
  • increasing the service life of technological equipment;
  • ensuring operational management and reliable control over the implementation of technological processes.