This one day course is specifically designed to answer all of these critical questions (and more) to ensure that your VFD units obtain maximum performance and show a positive ROI. Participants will be introduced on the background and basics of using VFDs; where and how they are used in the workplace. The class discusses how VFDs can improve efficiency, safety and cost savings along with the various types of VFDs.
Variable Frequency Drive Training – Fort Smith
May 31st @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Does Your Operational team really understand the following aspects on Variable Frequency Drive technology?
Do you know how to match the VFD to the driven load?
Will your VFD offer significant electrical savings?
Do you understand the implication of harmonics when applying a Variable Frequency Drive?
Does your maintenance staff understand the interrelationship between the pump, motor and VFD?
Do you understand the best practices of installation and maintenance?
Do you understand the vital environmental control aspects?
- Automation controls
- Energy Codes & Standards
- Understanding electrical systems
- Establishing Safety Requirements and
- Other Industry Best Practices
- End users
- Maintenance staff
- Plant managers
- Electricians or consultant
Registrants must cancel five business days prior to the first day of the event/training. Registrations that are cancelled less than 5 business days before the event/training are liable for 100% of the fee. Substitutions are allowed prior to the start of the event/training. If you do not attend your registered event/training there will be no refunds or substitutions. We cannot accept payment at the event/training.
To pay by check mail your check to:(900 W. Capitol, Suite 400, Little Rock, AR 72201) with a copy of your registration.