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Boosting Pump Efficiency with VFDs

Thursday, August 11, 2011

What You Will Learn:

In today’s economy, everyone is trying to find more efficient and cost-effective ways to operate their facility. A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is an easy way to provide both. During this webinar, we will cover the basic operation of a VFD. You will learn the various applications in which a VFD can be installed, with a concentration on pumps in a boiler room. The energy companies recognize the cost savings of installing a VFD, so we will show you how to calculate the cost savings as well as some rebate information you will need to know. We will explain what information is needed in order to help Industrial Controls choose the correct VFD for your application.

  • The fundamentals of what a VFD is and how it works
  • Where to use VFDs focusing on boiler room application and on modulating pressure with VFDs
  • VFD selection
  • Savings calculation
  • Cost savings and rebates

What Should Attend:

  • HVAC contractors
  • Mechanical contractors
  • Building engineers
  • Maintenance managers

PJ Qvarnstrom of Industrial Controls has been in the commercial HVAC business for 20 years and he opened our Boston branch 3 years ago with much success.  He has 12 years of experience in training customers on various topics including the subject of VFDs.

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