Why use VFD?

Protect the motor from mechanical wear and tear

When starting a motor directly from power grid, issues of shock and mechanical wear and tear are uncontrollable. A VFD helps in gently starting the motor, even if start-stop process is continuous, minimizing mechanical wear and tear.

Save electricity and protect electrical equipment in the same system

Direct starting can result in a starting current much higher than rated current, leading to a significant increase in power consumption. A VFD not only ensures a smooth start but also reduces starting current compared to rated current, saving electricity during startup. Additionally, it doesn’t cause voltage sag (or even damage) to other electrical equipment in the same system. For applications like pumps, fans, air compressors, or any other application requiring flow/pressure control, a VFD helps stop the motor in a no-load state, thus maximizing energy efficiency.

Meet technological requirements

For applications requiring synchronous speed control, such as the paper, textile, plastic packaging, printing, steel, and more, or applications needing flow or pressure control, like water supply and compressed air, or even applications like cranes and elevators, using a VFD is essential. It meets technological demands and improves productivity.

Increase production efficiency

For many applications, such as the textile, dyeing, and plastics industries, using a VFD can increase productivity compared to direct power sources. It helps eliminate some inefficient and bulky accessories like pulleys and auxiliary motors.