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    Danfoss shows how to 'Do it Differently' at Drives & Controls(15/02/2018)

    Visitors to the Danfoss Drives stand at this year’s Drives & Control Show will be able find out about the important benefits of ‘Doing it Differently’ –  making informed and independent choices about motors and drives rather than settling for a package solution that may be less than optimal.

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    VLT drives: the next generation!(22/01/2018)

    With the launch of the next-generation E-frame versions, variable speed drives in the Danfoss VLT range are setting new standards for efficiency and compact construction.

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    Electric drives: the road to customisation(13/11/2015)

    Danfoss recognised early on that its customers wanted customised and application specific products, rather than a standard drive that they needed to adapt. Sara Bernard reports.

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    New control card plugs for Danfoss VLT drives(29/05/2015)

    YouTube video gives a practical demonstration of how to use the new control card plugs that are now available for the VLT AQUA Drive, VLTAutomationDrive and VLT HVAC Drive from Danfoss.

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    Refrigeration and the role of variable speed drives(09/11/2014)

    Abdelhak Dhabi explains how variable speed control of compressors can be deployed to reduce energy consumption and wear, as well as increasing the overall system efficiency of refrigeration installations.

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    'One VLT for all motors' now includes synchronous reluctance(02/10/2014)

    A new control algorithm for Danfoss VLT frequency converters now covers synchronous reluctance motors.

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    Drives help a Danish company keep production at home(16/03/2014)

    BogensePlast is a Danish company that has demonstrated how its approach to energy efficiency has helped it become more competitive and, as a result, keep production in Denmark. 

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    Active filters ensure reliable emergency power at Spain’s newest airport(02/11/2013)

    Interruptions to power supplies at airports can cause serious failures in aeronautical navigation systems, runway lighting and the like. Emergency generators must therefore be able to start up instantly and keep crucial systems online.

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    VLT Refrigeration Drive FC 103 now smaller than ever(14/02/2013)

    The refrigeration optimised frequency converters from Danfoss are available in the full power range from 1.1kW to 315kW in a variety of enclosures: IP20, IP21 and IP54.

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    Visit Danfoss at the Drives & Controls exhibition 2012(21/03/2012)

    Visit Danfoss Drives on Stand D1416 at the Drives & Controls exhibition, taking place April 17 - 19 2012 at the NEC in Birmingham (Hall 3).  Our technical experts will be on hand to demonstrate how installation of the VLT series of drives can ensure optimum efficiency in your system design; providing significant energy saving performance with immediate results.

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    High power from a small package: the new compact D-Frame from Danfoss(09/03/2012)

    Customers are demanding a higher efficiency from drive technology. High power applications can offer a quick return on investment by minimising the losses in the drive itself. VLT frequency converters now offer an extremely high efficiency rating of over 98%. The next generation D-Frame version of the VLT Automation Drive, AQUA Drive and HVAC Drive is now available in the 90 to 315kW power range, with improved heat management for increased efficiency.

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    Energy efficient drives help bring the catch home in prime condition(10/02/2012)

    The modern fishing boat is today a very high-tech piece of equipment that has been designed to optimise efficiency and bring home the catch in prime condition. Variable speed drives from Danfoss help the MV Fugløyhav save energy and secure the best price for its catch. MV Fugløyhav, built at Vaagland’s yard in Norway, is typical of the modern fishing boat. At only 34m overall length and displacing 499 tonnes, nevertheless she’s packed with modern technology.

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    VLT DriveMotor shortlisted for technical innovation of the year(05/02/2012)

    Danfoss announces that its new drive motor has been selected to compete in the ‘Technical Innovation of the Year – Products’ category at the 2013 Pump Industry Awards.

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    Recreation centre saves money on energy-efficient pool and air handlers(20/01/2012)

    With a little help from variable speed drives, the non-profit recreation centre, Geneva Lakes Family YMCA, located in Wisconsin, USA, is saving $10,000 on its energy bills each year. A problem with negative pressure in the pool facility has also been solved, thanks to the retrofitted equipment. Cash flow has become somewhat easier to control for non-profit recreation centre Geneva Lakes Family YMCA, in Wisconsin, USA.

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    Energy efficient cooling at Aarhus University Hospital(06/01/2012)

    A new centralised cooling plant will annually save 800,000 kWh energy and secure optimal operation at Denmark’s second biggest hospital. Stability and efficiency are the key achievements of a new centralised cooling plant at Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby. This new centralised plant, which has replaced many old decentralised cooling units, has a cooling capacity of 2.5MW. The cooling supply to surgery rooms, scanners, server rooms and IT-equipment is now more stable and efficient.

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