Variable frequency drives
It is increasingly becoming necessary for the speed of motors in industrial facilities and processes to be regulated in order for them to adapt to changing load needs and for their energy consumption to be reduced. The variable frequency drives in Salicru’s ControlVIT range enable simple and efficient control of any application driven by asynchronous motors from 0.2 kW to 500 kW.
With an optimised and elegant design, they stand out for their versatility and reliability, and are manufactured with the most common features as standard, thereby greatly reducing the need to add optional extras.
The range covers most applications in three series:
CV10: Single-phase input drives up to 2.2 kW. The most competitive solution for a variety of simple applications. They stand out for their removable console with built-in potentiometer, not usual in their segment.
CV30: Single-phase and three-phase input drives up to 7.5 kW for the vast majority of applications. These feature advanced vector and torque control, compact dimensions and simple PLC function, which, in many cases, removes the need to install external control elements.
CV50: Three-phase input drives up to 500 kW for the vast majority of applications. As well as the features of the previous models, these include advanced functions for the control of water pumps. They also have dual selection (constant torque / variable torque).
In the face of growing demand for energy in industrial facilities and processes, SALICRU's ControlVIT range is an effective solution to enhancing energy efficiency, producing significant financial savings and improving the environment.
A significant proportion of the energy generated in the world is consumed by millions of electric motors that are mainly installed in industry, but are increasingly present in the tertiary sector.
Variable frequency drives are used to adapt the speed of motors to meet the changing needs of the application. In ventilation and water pumping systems, it is possible to achieve reductions in consumption of between 20% and 70% compared to traditional regulation systems.
Also noteworthy is the indirect improvement in productivity achieved as a result of less mechanical wear to the system and better operation and monitoring.