Drives

Danfoss Drives is a global leader in the variable speed control of electric motors. We have the world’s largest installed base of VLT® and VACON® AC drives, and can draw on decades of experience within a wide range of industries.

For 50 years, Danfoss Drives has been a global leader in the variable speed control of electric motors. We have the world’s largest installed base of variable speed drives comprising VLT® and VACON® AC drives, and can draw on decades of passion and experience within a wide range of industries.

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News

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    Having the right drive settings is money in the bank
    Wednesday, July 21, 2021

    Drives sold in the EU and EEA must now meet minimum efficiency requirements. The right drive settings will increase your motor’s energy efficiency.

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    Danfoss and Energinet accelerate the green transition securely and cost-effectively.
    Monday, May 31, 2021

    Experts from Danfoss and Energinet join forces to develop an electrolyzer that ensures the public utility can balance the grid. Danfoss drives play a key role in this equation.

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    Improve uptime with faster recovery from voltage dips
    Tuesday, May 25, 2021

    It is now easier than ever to keep critical processes running reliably. Induction motors controlled by high-power VLT® drives can recover faster from mains drop-out, thanks to improvements in the flying start feature.

Events

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    On demand - Condition-based monitoring with intelligent drives
    27 April - 31 December, 2021, Webinars, online

    Did you know that you can use your drive to monitor the condition of an application, and get early warnings to avoid machine outages? Using intelligent drives with embedded condition-based monitoring ability, you get the right information at the right time, so you can detect faults earlier. You can plan ahead and reduce costs significantly – saving unexpected downtime and even reducing your spare parts stock.

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    On demand - Energy efficiency in chemical and petrochemical plants
    27 April - 31 December, 2021

    Learn how to unleash untapped potential in your operations, by using the right AC drives. The chemical sector has a big role to play in tackling climate change and achieving global energy targets. This webinar explains how chemical industries are taking steps towards reaching these goals, reducing energy consumption by applying high-efficiency drives in their systems. Using this approach, Danfoss Drives offers support to help increase plant return on investment (ROI) and reduce total cost of operations (TCO).

     

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    On demand - Energy efficiency - Part 2: standards and regulations
    27 April - 31 December, 2021, Webinars

    How can I save energy using variable speed drives? And what does it take to comply with efficiency requirements for motors and drives? What will be the effect of the new EU regulation 2019/1781?