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Drive Change With WEG

Developed and manufactured in-house at WEG, our range of variable speed drives (VSDs) are high-performance and energy-efficient solutions for industry. The guides show how using variable speed drives in fans, HVAC, pumps and compressors, all of which use energy, can save you money whilst also protecting your assets

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Variable Speed drives (also known as inverters) play a vital role in controlling these four applications to enable a more efficient and effective use of energy as well as allowing for a more versatile mode of operation.

The guide discusses:

  • The benefits of VSDs.
  • Why VSDs are the best option for fans.
  • Why VSDs should be considered for pump applications.
  • How VSDs can benefit HVAC applications.
  • Why VSDs should be used in compressors.
  • How to overcome harmonic problems caused by the use of inverter drives (variable speed drives).

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    Founded in Brazil nearly 60 years ago, WEG has grown to be a world leader in the production of drive train solutions for all industrial applications.

    With branches in 36 countries, manufacturing plants in 12 countries and over 31,000 employees worldwide, WEG is truly a global company.

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