In a tissue, paper or nonwovens facility the large majority of machinery, such as tissue machines, unwinders, winders and rollers, require the use of an electric motor. A drive is the electronic device that harnesses and controls the electrical energy sent to these motors.
Many plants have old machinery equipped with obsolete drives, some dating back to the 1990s. These drives, once the latest in technological advancement, are now lagging behind when it comes to efficiency and productivity. On the other hand, new drives offer superior performance, modular structure and easy maintenance.
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