Inverters reduce electric motor energy consumption while also offering better control. Processes like aeration, chemical infeed and sewage treatment can be more precisely controlled using inverters on various pumps and motors.
De-Ragging/Pump Cleaning feature detects an excess increase in pressure and triggers a self-clearing sequence that will consist of increasing power and/or cycling the pump back and forward to dislodge the blockage.
Inverter controlled pumps are used to match supply to demand throughout the distribution network. They provide more water at peak times and trim it back as demand drops off. Reducing pressure in the distribution network also plays an important role in reducing losses due to leakage.
Variable frequency drives have long been used in wastewater treatment plants because they offer a range of efficiency and cost-saving benefits, but today’s VFDs can do even more by tackling common industry issues.See how VFDs are leveraging advanced technology to keep treatment plant pumps clear of clogs and running at peak performance.
Variable frequency drives have long been used to optimize control in water/wastewater applications, but VFDs tailored to take on specific challenges in this industry are relatively new. Learn how a VFD can allow you to reliably avoid pump clogging and lockup by executing a forward/reverse timing sequence and removing clogging material from the pump’s impellers, along with other features created to combat common challenges in these applications.In this webcast, we will discuss:
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