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A checklist aimed at helping consultants, contractors and designers working in the water and wastewater sector to select the right variable speed drive (VSD) is introduced by ABB.
Users of variable speed drives can now keep processes running, test new applications or try out a new drive before purchasing. Click here to find your nearest supplier.
ABB training course explains how variable speed drives can be used to tackle common causes of leakage including elevated supply pressures and water hammer.
The drives, motors and mechanical power transmission catalogue is now available. Here you will find the technical details for our most commonly purchased products, together with their most widely selected options.
The purchase price of a new motor is normally less than three percent of the total life cycle costs of the motor. To see the real cost of any electric motor, therefore, you need to consider the total cost of ownership which = Purchase price + Cost of running + Cost of not running.
Keeping leaks in check is a major challenge for water companies but one that can be met using variable speed drives to control pressure. Dan Banks, ABB water framework manager, explains how.
ABB has extended its range of lunchtime and eLearning courses for end users, consultants and contractors.
Achieve a digital advantage with ABB Ability™ Digital Powertrain - a suite of products, software and services designed to improve engineering efficiency, safety, equipment uptime and production output, while reducing risks and costs in everyday operations.
ABB has combined new technology such as cloud computing, advanced algorithms and machine learning with its engineering expertise to create the first predictive maintenance service for VSDs used in critical applications.
The innovative magnet-free rotor design of ABB’s synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM) reduces total losses by up to 40% compared to an equivalent induction motor.
Our climate control drive – the ACH580 – sets new standards in simplicity and reliability in HVAC applications ranging from 0.75 to 250 kW.
ABB's CPD-accredited System Efficiency Lunch 'n' Learn training course shows how to improve the electrical efficiency of motor-driven applications, while saving up to 20 percent in energy costs.
The ABB Ability Smart Sensor for motors coverts regular LV motors into intelligent, connected machines that let you know when maintenance is required.
ABB’s new portal is a source of information and other resources to help improve the reliability of essential water and wastewater services.
ABB's dedicated portal contains all the information water and waste treatment companies need to safeguard systems against problems caused by harmonics and ensure pump systems remain safe, efficient and productive.
The ABB Energy Assessment Team is made up of over 50 engineers from ABB and its authorised value provider network, situated throughout the UK. The team has experience across every industry and offers expert advice on how to reduce their energy spend and how to target their investment.
MotorAdvantage is a scheme to determine how best to save money, reduce energy use and lower maintenance costs within a plant's installed electric motor base.
- 6 months extended warranty
- Access to ABB worldwide service network to look after your drive
- Customer support contacts
- Online product manuals
- Maintenance recommendations
The authorised value provider network raises the bar in sales, support and services for drives across the UK, providing technical expertise, product and service availability all under one recognisable, local branch structure.
A risk and reward scheme for large energy consumers is launched that identifies and guarantees energy saving from multiple motor-driven applications across a site.
Luke Archer, a drive system engineer for MKE Engineering Group, outlines the causes and symptoms of harmonic distortion.
Peter Wilson, Director of CovElec, reveals in a guest blogpost some of the secrets behind why motors fail.
John Bennett, Director of iDrives, shares his expertise with us in this guest blogpost and animated video discussing the benefits of safe-torque off.
Darren Beeby of Halcyon Drives explains the basics of PID control, and how it can help to improve the efficiency of your industrial processes.
Alan Jones of APDS talks about some of the reasons that can cause drives to trip or fail.
Phil Nightingale of Inverter Drive Systems Ltd explains how drives help a motor to run much more efficiently, and potentially save businesses thousands of pounds a year.
The app connects you with your nearest AVP, provides you with news and information, and helps you select the right hardware and services to make your business grow.
Interactive energy saving calculator for comparing AC drive control against traditional flow control methods.
The ABB Energy Assessment team is made up of over 50 engineers. This blog gives our engineers along with selected guest bloggers the opportunity to voice their opinions and thoughts on energy efficiency.