Interroll presents greater efficiency, power and new platform in drive solutions
02 February 2018
Interroll will present its energy-efficient 24V drive technology and its powerful drum motors on stand D757 at Drives & Controls, 10-12 April 2018 in the NEC Birmingham.
Interroll will display the world's most powerful, stainless steel synchronous drum motor for belt conveyor systems, with a proven output of up to 1.1 kilowatts, a particularly high torque up to 100 Nm and extremely high belt tension. With this drive solution the food and pharmaceutical industries have an ultra-hygienic and energy-saving option at their disposal.
Its particularly compact design supports smaller turning diameters and thus also makes it possible to convey smaller items and handle a wide range of products on one single system.
Efficient 24V drive technology minimises energy consumption
By contrast with conventional conveyor systems that are equipped with a drive in continuous operation, the Interroll RollerDrive makes it possible to build up an intelligently controlled conveyor system divided into zones. Therefore, the drives of each individual conveyor section are only powered when material is actually conveyed. At throughput rates of 600 to 1,800 units per hour, this achieves energy savings of up to 50 percent by comparison with continuously running motors. Moreover, thanks to the demand-driven operation and the elimination of additional driving mechanisms, the noise level and the plant wear are substantially lowered as well.
Interroll’s new drum motor platform reduces costs and lead times
Interroll’s new motor platform is completely modular in design and encompassing both synchronous and asynchronous technologies. Available first in 80mm-diameter drums, an expansion of the entire range is underway.
All motors are available with a widened spectrum of speeds and the high standard of hygiene compliant with IP69k. Each motor is tested and designed in modular fashion in such a way that it can be delivered worldwide in the shortest possible time.
To discuss possible drive or material handling solutions, visit the Interroll Drives & Controls Stand: D757 or visit the website - www.interroll.co.uk
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