Food & beverage drive solutions
We are here to help you keep operations running under challenging circumstances
As a busniess supporting critical infrastructure we recognize that you and your employees are exposed to additional risk as you keep operations running under challenging circumstances. Now more than ever, doing our part to help your production lines stay up and running is our priority. Danfoss technologies allow you to maximize performance, extend the lifetime of your equipment, include safety features to protect your employees, and monitor operations to stop potential issues before they stop your production line.
Energy savings - Energy savings are tied to the technology and the fact that applications need less energy when idle or operating with partial loads. Danfoss drives do the trick.
Fully automated operation - Danfoss drives enable a facility to increase it’s automation capabilities. Not every application is the same across all industries, but with customized programming, customers can determine what parameters are essential to their specific needs.
100 % full load factory tested - Having received an order – a drive specified by the customer – our factory builds it and tests it against real motors before shipping.
Food & beverage webinar: Increase productivity and improve efficiency using VFDs
Thu, Sep 17, 2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT
Every motor needs an AC drive! Gain insight into Danfoss’ solutions to reduce downtime and optimize efficiency of your plant and its processes.
- Learn why every motor needs a variable speed drive
- Understand how VFDs can reduce the number of spare parts
- How to remotely monitor your system using an AC Drive
- Gain a better understanding of condition-based monitoring and how to collect and analyze data for predictive maintenance.
Maximize production up-time with Danfoss Drives
A breakthrough in drive technology: VLT® with Condition based monitoring
Danfoss VLT® Drives with built-in intelligence can now monitor the condition of motors and applications, allowing you to detect deviations in baseline parameters early in order to pro-actively intervene before the deviations have a negative impact on your operations
DrivePro® Site Assessments
With a DrivePro® Site Assessment, our well trained experts will assess your facility's VFD installed base and review your assets based on visual conditions, and evaluate the life-cycle stage of your individual assets. Based on this assessment you will receive a tailored service solution which will enable you to optimize up-time and reduce maintenance costs.
Site assessments may be done virtually using digital tools to support social distancing, or in person at your facility.
To support the efforts of essential businesses during the pandemic, Danfoss Drives is offering FREE DrivePro® Site Assessments to qualifying businesses.
See if you qualify for a FREE Assessment
VLT® Flex Concept - efficient drive solutions for challenging times
Modern manufacturing systems need higher efficiency, more flexibility and greater reliability in their drive systems than ever before — all necessary to reduce manufacturing costs. To meet that need, Danfoss has developed the VLT® FlexConcept® — a contemporary drive system using modern motor technology, combined with the most advanced variable frequency drives, and developed as a unified system.
- Highest efficiency
- Installation flexibility
- Reduced spare parts stock
- Hygienic options
Danfoss Drive applications
Hospital selects DrivePro® programs to keep costs down, maintain efficiency
As the largest regional medical center in San Joaquin County, St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton, Calif., has 359-beds, employs over 400 physicians and more than 2,400 employees. Operating the HVAC mechanical equipment for a facility this large is a huge energy-conservation challenge. That's why St. Joseph’s made the decision to use variable frequency drives (VFDs) on HVAC pump and fan motors —a decision that continues to pay off today, thanks to an innovative upgrade plan using Danfoss VLT® Drives.
Huge Water Savings from Food Processor’s Deep Well
Food processing plants require a dependable source of water in large quantities for the washing and rinsing, steaming, cooking, and cooling of food, and during plant sanitation operations. That’s why a large Midwest food processor wanted full control over its water supply by constructing a private water well on its own property. However, what looked like a simple solution was quite complex below the surface — as the well driller discovered when he embarked on the project.