The motors used in the industry have a significant share in the global consumption of electric power. These values are so great that not only the motor users that cover the cost of power, but also parliaments in many countries are interested in their reduction. The European Union has been publishing appropriate regulations, imposing an obligation of using increasingly more efficient drives on manufacturers of electrical devices.
Proven devices now come with a new heart
The heart of every air handling unit is a fan assembly, i.e. a fan rotor driven by a motor. It decides about the main parameters of device operation. VTS engineers, while drawing on their long-term production and exploitation experience optimised in aerodynamic terms the form of the axial rotor Volcano and the radial rotor in Wing, which ensured the maximisation of efficiency. The energy cost-effectiveness, obtained on the fan, has been combined with power saving, resulting from the use of high-performance EC motors.
What is EC motors characteristics indeed?
It is brushless, direct current, Electronically Commutated motor, having the coils in the stator and permanent magnets in its rotor. Thanks to elimination of brushes – a part subjected to fast wear – EC motors are recognized as the most durable and reliable drives ever created. Elimination of brushes makes, that now, bearings remain the only parts considered as potentially subjected to wearing process in the whole EC motor.
The EC motors are characterised by:
• Less energy consumption in comparison to AC drives
• Higher efficiency in wide range of performance
• Higher durability
• Less maintenance cost
• Silent operation at high revolutions
• Smooth regulation by means of 0-10 volts signal of MODUBS RTU protocol
• Smaller physical dimensions at the same capacity
Now lower prices for all units equiped with EC motors!
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