Utilizing variable frequency drives (VFDs) is one of the most effective ways to improve building energy efficiency. VFDs adjust the speed of motors based on the system load requirements and reduce energy consumption dramatically. VFDs can be used to regulate the use of chillers, AHUs, fans, pumps, and more.
Yaskawa is the largest variable frequency drives manufacturer in the world. Its variable frequency drives are designed for HVAC applications, which include timing and monitoring operations of air handlers, cooling towers, and pumps. A Yaskawa HVAC drive gives our clients the power to improve prove air quality, save energy, reduce maintenance costs, and increase reliability.
Toshiba provides adjustable speed for HVAC systems. These low-voltage drives offer easy control of every fan and pump process. These drives are small and easy to install, making them more flexible, affordable, and efficient. Our drives are equipped a range of features, including a programming interface, monitoring display, motor control, and operation mode. The Toshiba Q9, Q9 Plus, and T300BMV2 work across a wide range of applications.