Variable Frequency Drives

Maximize your HVAC energy savings by installing VFD's

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What do variable frequency drives do?

Variable frequency drives (VFD’s) are a control mechanism added to HVAC systems which help to adjust the overall system’s motor speeds based on the output required. In other words, VFD’s adjust the speed of the motor running in your HVAC system to match the actual required speed to properly heat or cool your facility based on the requirements sent to it by your thermostat or building automation system.

VFD’s are added components to HVAC systems, so your current HVAC system may not have one. Including one will ensure that your HVAC system’s motor is never wasting energy by running more than it has to. By doing this, HVAC efficiency is dramatically increased and the cost to run the system is significantly lowered.

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Are VFD’s right for your company? Consider these factors

  • One Icon Do you have a large facility? Larger facilities require larger HVAC systems, which leaves room for inefficiencies
  • Two Icon Is your HVAC system tens years old or more? Older HVAC systems can cost substantially more to run
  • Three Icon Are your employees comfortable in the workplace? Older or inefficient HVAC systems can lead to poor temperature control, which affects employee morale and productivity. VFD’s help with better controlling air flow to avoid issues like this

Improve your HVAC system's performance

Install variable frequency drives and improve HVAC efficiency, resulting in higher energy savings.

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