ABB industrial drives are designed for industrial applications, and especially for applications in process industries such as the pulp and paper, metals, mining, cement, power, chemical, and oil & gas. ABB industrial drives are available both as complete AC drives and as modules to meet the requirements of the users, OEMs and system integrators. These drives are highly flexible AC drives that can be configured to meet the precise needs of industrial applications, and hence orderbased configuration is an integral part of the offering. The complete drives and drive modules cover a wide range of powers and voltages, including industrial voltages up to 690 V. ABB industrial drives come with a wide range of inbuilt options. A key feature of these drives is programmability, which makes adaptation to different applications easy.
ABB general machinery drives
ABB general machinery drives are designed for machine building. In serial type manufacturing the consumed time per unit is critical. The drives are designed to be the fastest drives in terms of installation, setting parameters and commissioning. The basic products have been made as user-friendly as possible, yet providing high intelligence. The drives offer diverse functionality to cater for the most demanding needs.
ABB general machinery drives are designed to meet the requirements of an extensive range of machinery applications. The drives are ideal for food and beverage, material handling, textile, printing, rubber and plastics, and woodworking applications.
ABB’s General purpose motors are readily available from central stock locations and distributors throughout the world. While designed for standard and straightforward uses, the motors can be modified to meet most specifications. Built to the highest manufacturing standards, the General purpose motors use the best materials sourced from around the world. This brings a quality and reliability that can see motors operating for over 30 years. Competitively priced, the motors meet EFF2 energy efficient classification, with EFF1 as option.