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Driving fluid flow engines towards the ultimate productivity

Improve energy efficiency with synchronous-reluctance drive systems.

About 97% of the lifecycle costs of motors can be attributed to energy expenses. Moving to a synchronous-reluctance drive system is just one small step, but the impact is huge, especially during partial load. The high efficiency ensures minimal operating costs and energy optimization, a short payback period, and a fast return on investment.

Efficiency perspective

Focusing on efficiency

Synchronous-reluctance drive systems allow high productivity with minimum operating costs thanks to extremely low power consumption.

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Improved productivity

The synchronous-reluctance drive system features high control dynamics and high speed stability in encoderless operation. That means productivity improvements and saves costs for encoders and cables.

Technical perspective

Focusing on technical benefits

Drives with synchronous-reluctance technology are characterized by very high levels of efficiency, particularly at part load. As an integrated drive system, the reluctance motor and inverter are carefully coordinated and enable a particularly economical operation.

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More than just a drive system

The combination of a SIMOTICS reluctance motor and SINAMICS converter is unparalleled: In an Integrated Drive System, reluctance motors and converters are specifically coordinated to work together and provide for particularly cost-effective operation. Significant efficiency benefits can be seen as a result of the seamless integration into automation as well as through efficient engineering and service concepts across the entire lifecycle.

Economic perspective

Focusing on economics

Approximately 97% of the life cycle costs are motor-based energy costs. But there are alternatives out there that pay off.

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Pumps are used in practically every area of modern life. They consume around ten percent of the electrical energy generated worldwide. In our exclusive whitepaper, you’ll discover how you can achieve significant savings through the optimized configuration of Integrated Drive Systems. Download it now to find out how.