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Unique AC drive for much more efficient Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning system
Deploying AC drives – which control the speed of motors by changing the frequency of the electrical supply - and other system-wide efficiency measures, we can reduce energy consumption by up to 40%.
Electric motor systems consume 50% of all electricity worldwide. Nevertheless, the majority (approx. 70-80%) of electric motors are not equipped with AC drives, meaning that they work full speed regardless of need. Using AC drives to efficiently control every suitable application, like pumps, fans, and compressors, could reduce global electricity consumption by 10%. This solution can be sensibly installed on traditional motors, allowing them to be retained as efforts are made to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions, while also providing HVAC solutions for extreme climates, inaccessible machine rooms and isolated outposts of our planet.
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6430 Nordborg, Denmark
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Smart grid, Control devices, Demand-side management, Building, HVAC, Refrigeration, Water heating, Heating, Building automation, Smart-building,
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