Why switch to a VFD? Well, the answers are simple and straightforward.
- It saves energy. By using a VFD to ramp up your equipment slowly, you'll reduce the in-rush and avoid peak demand and the costs associated with it.
- It grants more speed control. A VFD reduces the motor speed which greatly reduces the amps drawn by the motor, this resulting in greater control and lower energy usage.
- It proves ROI. Since VFDs have a relatively low upfront expense associated with them and can yield immense energy-savings, the return on investment is clear and can be seen in just a matter of months.
- It requires low maintenance costs. The cost and time associated with keeping VFDs running at optimal condition is quite low.
- It extends equipment life expectancy. By using a VFD on VFD-rated equipment, the life expectancy of your equipment can be extended.
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