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Erode Event2022-09-08T14:01:34+05:30

The Fundamentals: Selecting an industrial air compressor… It’s Air Time

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How Do I Choose the Right Type of Air Compressor?

At first, selecting an air compressor seems so simple. How tough could it be? All you have to figure out is how much air you need and decide how much you want to spend. Right?

Before that lets understand the basics of Air compressors

Air compressors are machines that compress and direct air for industrial applications. There are three basic types of air compressors: reciprocating, rotary screw, and centrifugal.

Reciprocating air compressors

use pistons to compress the contents of an air cylinder and force them into a storage tank. These piston-driven air compressors are designed for intermittent use.


Rotary screw air compressors

use twin screws instead of pistons to pressurize air. They are designed for continuous use and have a rated duty cycle of 100%.


Centrifugal air compressors

are turbine engines that use rotating blades to produce high pressures. Typically, these air compressors are used in power generation and large-scale industrial applications.

Kirloskar Genset

Illustration highlighting the things to consider when choosing an air compressor

When it comes to selecting an air compressor for your business, you have a wide range of options. It’s crucial that you know how to choose an air compressor that meets your needs and gets you the results you want while keeping your costs manageable. There are several other factors to consider when choosing the air compressor that is best for your job.

Consider Air Quality


In clean manufacturing environments, using oil-powered air compressors can create a problem. Most air compressors rely on oil to lubricate the inside mechanisms, and the fumes may contaminate the air, resulting in damage to products or manufacturing processes. With an oil-free air compressor, this risk is greatly reduced.

Though oil-free compressors are generally more expensive, they are the only option for facilities that guarantee clean manufacturing. Oil may still be necessary to lubricate the machine, but the inner workings of oil-free compressors contain a different sealing mechanism to ensure that no oil gets into the actual compressor.

In addition to clean air, oil-free compressors often have lower running costs, as parts do not need to be changed as frequently.

Prioritize Energy Efficiency

If you’re working on a long construction project, getting a high-efficiency air compressor can be worth the extra cost in the long run. If you’re looking for an energy-efficient air compressor, consider one of the following options:

  • Variable speed: Variable speed-driven (VSD) compressors save energy and money by allowing you to increase or decrease output on demand. In comparison, the motors in fixed-speed compressors are constantly churning at the same rate and require a cool-down period that uses extra energy.
  • Natural gas: Natural gas air compressors run on natural gas instead of diesel or electricity. They often operate more efficiently than other options and have better heat recovery capabilities than electric compressors. If efficiency and energy savings are your main goals, a natural gas unit may be a good fit.

Consider Portability Limitations

Kirloskar Pneumatic

If you transport your air compressor between sites, a portable unit is a good option. Small, lightweight units can still deliver energy, but in a compact package. Though they won’t be as powerful as larger units, portable compressors can be ideal for smaller construction projects. Certain units can even be plugged into a car’s power adapter to fuel small airbrush painting or tire inflation tools!

Determine the Need for Additional Features

There are a variety of add-ons and additional features you can use with different types of air compressors. For example, couplers or air hose splitters allow you to hook up multiple tools to your air compressor so you don’t have to disconnect when you’re changing tasks. Air compressors with thermal protection add-ons keep track of internal heating and stop motor damage if the machine is overloaded.

Some air compressors have belt drive systems rather than direct drives, which allow for quieter operation. If you think you will need any of these additional features, you’ll want to make sure that the type of air compressor you choose is compatible.

Visit multivistaglobal.com to review the different types of compressors we offer from Kirloskar Pneumatic Ltd…

The Fundamentals: Selecting an industrial air compressor… It’s Air Time2022-11-28T22:07:20+05:30

Connected Components by Rockwell Automation

Simplify standalone machine development for multiple industries with the Connected Components Workbench software. As the integrated design software for your Micro Control System, our Connected Components Workbench software provides controller programming and simulation, device configuration and visualization with Human Machine Interface (HMI) editor.

This software helps reduce initial machine development time and cost.

Attend our webinar to know more.

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Connected Components by Rockwell Automation2022-11-28T15:11:43+05:30

Rockwell Motion System

Are you looking to reach value faster while becoming better integrated and more flexible? Our motion control portfolio is uniquely positioned to help you create the capable, scalable and connected machines that drive your business forward. With the global reach of Rockwell Automation, you can be sure that your devices are supported and serviceable across your entire enterprise.

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Rockwell Motion System2022-11-28T15:18:01+05:30

Remote Connectivity & Wireless Solution

ProSoft Technology specializes in the development of communication solutions compatible with the Rockwell Automation PLCs and PACs. The primary focus is to provide connectivity solutions.

Prosoft do have a comprehensive line of industrial Modbus gateways that allow you to pass data from devices on networks that use over 30 different protocols.

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Remote Connectivity & Wireless Solution2022-11-28T15:27:20+05:30

Use FIIX CMMS to take your Maintenance Team to the Next Level

CMMS: Computerised Maintenance Management Software

A computerized maintenance management system helps asset-intensive organizations digitally plan, track, measure, and optimize all maintenance activities.

CMMS software provides the platform and workflow to manage your maintenance operation, including reactive maintenance, preventive maintenance, and predictive maintenance. A CMMS solution centralizes facility maintenance information, enabling you to automate any asset maintenance task.

A CMMS also eliminates paperwork and time-consuming activities, thereby freeing the staff to take on more important tasks and enabling them to be more productive and proactive.

Fiix is on a mission to build better maintenance teams by connecting customers to the tools, resources, and technology they need to join the future of maintenance. We help our customers drive better business outcomes with easy-to-use, AI-driven maintenance software, an open ecosystem, pre-built integrations, and the industry expertise they need for maintenance success. There are over 3000 maintenance teams in 90+ countries using Fiix to improve efficiency, asset health, and even sustainability.

Industrial Target Market

Maintenance use cases as an indicator of fit. Maintenance needs are relatively universal: equipment breaks and it needs to be repaired or replaced. Industry verticals tend to have common characteristics, and the needs of maintenance tend to be aligned on three key factors:  type of equipment, role of production, and the importance and maturity of maintenance.

Equipment intensive

Operations where the equipment is high value and complex and requires more attention to maintenance and servicing. The use of sensors or devices to monitor equipment is a good example of being equipment intensive.

Out of target:

  • Lower value of equipment, run to fail,
    and where replacement vs. repair are
    key considerations

Production oriented

Operations where products or goods are being produced. Typically production sites or plants, not facilities or field services that are more about delivering or selling goods and services, such as retail, public services (education, government), or financial services (i.e. banking). Focused on tracking key metrics around uptime, throughput and equipment value.

Out of target:

  • Non production environments, or where
    facilities focus on services such as retail,
    offices, schools, or churches.

Reliability centric

Operations where reliability and other operational excellence processes and standards are used.

Maintenance is going beyond simple reactive or run to fail maintenance and are using or moving towards more advanced maintenance strategies such as preventive, condition-based or other advanced reliability strategies (TPM or predictive).

Out of target:

  • Basic work orders and only focusing on
    reactive maintenance service requests

Roles and personas

Group buying and functional roles. In B2B, especially in the enterprise, purchasing is done in groups, where buy-in and support across the group is critical. There are always primary groups and individuals (personas) who drive the purchase, implementation and adoption.


Primary Audience

The primary users and buyers.  Often reporting into Plant or Facilities Management, the maintenance team is responsible for managing work orders and team members, tracking asset information and labor information, and minimizing downtime.

Maintenance Manager
Maintenance Director


Accountable & Reporting

Operations “owns” maintenance, the team reports to a COO (Chief Operating Officer) and is accountable for the operations of sites/facilities and the production of goods and services. Operations are primarily focused on meeting production goals.

VP of Operations
Plant or Site Managers



Executive team ensures the goals for the overall company is meet, including: shareholder value, profitability, customer satisfaction, and employee motivation. Executive sponsors are informed and involved during the CMMS buying process, especially in enterprise deals.


IT & Administration


Administration functions support organizations. They keep administration costs lower, while providing the best possible services so the company works efficiently, and within a set of standards and policies. IT and Finances are involved.

Director of IT
Systems Manager

The Fiix platform

Fiix’s CMMS leads customers through their digital maintenance journey. Powered by the most open integration network available and an AI-driven insights engine, the Fiix platform combines mobile asset management, work order, and parts management

Software Ecosystem

Software ecosystem, and where Fiix fits

ERP Suites

Large traditional software category for enterprises where corporate wide “resources” are pulled together to provide a single source of customer and business information: finance, HR, sales, services, support, and operations. The operations pillar would include supply chain, purchasing and inventory management. ERP key modules include: Financials/ Accounting (GL), Supply Chain Management, Materials Management, EAM.

Production Systems

These are engineering systems and connected supply chains in the production process. They tend to have closer alignment with engineering needs:

Production level: MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems), MOM (Manufacturing Operating Management) or SCADA

Machine level:  PLCs, and Historians

Sensor/ IoT level

Fleet/ Telematics

Documentation (CAD, tech pubs).

Maintenance & Operations

CMMS: Focused on overall maintenance operations and supporting the workflows, assets, and reporting specific to maintenance. CMMS software tends to be seen as systems with field, facilities, and property management capabilities. However, we really see the core capabilities of the software in production environments such as a manufacturing plant.

EAM: Enterprise asset management systems are focused more broadly on tracking and managing operational assets. They’re closely aligned with ERP systems and have historically been used in maintenance, however, they became too complex and hard to use to gain traction.

Indirect Operational

EHS: EHS software is primarily focused on helping customers with regulatory compliance for industry health, environment safety and risk management with tools such as EHS emissions tracking and incident reporting.

Advanced Analytics

Industrial AI & Business intelligence: Focus on AI or business intelligence software designed for industrial use cases. Typically around predictive maintenance and asset failure detection.

Modules and capabilities

Fiix provides a complete CMMS platform powered by the first and only AI engine for maintenance allowing teams to manage their maintenance operations, differentiated by a cloud-based, easy-to-use, mobile-first, integrated platform which supports our “land and expand” GTM motion

Value proposition and product benefits

The Fiix platform allows customers to:

  1. Lower maintenance costs
  • Monitor and use data to proactively manage maintenance department costs

     (KPI: Cost/Production Unit, Cost/Asset)

  1. Lower maintenance costs
  • Monitor and use data to proactively manage maintenance department costs

     (KPI: Cost/Production Unit, Cost/Asset)

  1. Improve asset performance
  • View and manage all equipment information in one place— everything from repair history and cost, to hierarchy, parts consumption, and more

     (KPI: MTBF, MTTR)

  1. Leverage existing IT/OT investments
  • Integration Hub makes it easier to connect, collect, share data, and trigger work across any enterprise and production system

Single Source of Truth for Data

Use FIIX CMMS to take your Maintenance Team to the Next Level2022-11-28T22:07:51+05:30

Belagavi Event

Belagavi Event2022-08-08T22:23:44+05:30

Versatile Motion control solutions-Small to Medium machines

Allen-Bradley® Kinetix® 5300 and Kinetix 5100 Servo Drives & Kinetix TLP Servo Motor

Versatile motion control solutions for small to medium machines

The Total Package

Looking to improve your production metrics?

Kinetix servo drives from Rockwell Automation are designed to simplify machine designs,
enhance system flexibility and increase overall performance

Kinetix 5300 and Kinetix 5100 servo drives are designed to be paired with the Kinetix TLP servo motor, delivering complete motion control solutions that are right-sized for small to medium machines. These drive-motor pairings are designed with all the essential features to help machine builders deliver innovative and competitive solutions.

Kinetix 5300 Servo Drive

Seamless integration with Rockwell Automation® Logix control offers flexibility in design for small to medium machines in a variety of motion control applications. Designed with all the essentials covered – comprehensive power range, dual Ethernet ports, and hardwired Safe Torque Off, the Kinetix 5300 proves to be an excellent choice right-sized for building or modernizing machines with lower axes count.

Features And Benefits

  • Power Range – Rated power of 0.05…2 kW at 120…230V, 3…7.5 kW at 230V and 0.4…7.5 kW at 460V. Rated power references the output power at the motor, which simplifies and facilitates sizing efforts.

  • Logix Integration – Integration with Logix as single control engine – and Studio 5000 as single design environment – streamlining the design, implementation and control of the machine.

  • Tuningless Startup – Features like Tracking Notch Filters and Load Observers help simplify commissioning and keep the machine running smoothly with automatic adjustments.

  • Safety, Simply – Hardwired Safe Torque Off comes standard, providing safety features without any additional parts or labor.

  • Get Connected – EtherNet/IP with Device Level Ring (DLR) eliminates the need for additional accessories.

  • IO – Four digital inputs, two of which can be used as fast digital input functions. Auxilliary feedback wiring is included as part of the IO connector.

Kinetix 5100 Servo Drive

Designed for versatility, the Kinetix 5100 provides a large range of power options to fit the unique needs of every individual application. With a wider choice of power range than comparable alternatives – up to 15 kW – Kinetix 5100 drives can be used in standalone mode or with Micro800™ or Logix controllers.

Features And Benefits

  • Safety, Simply – Hardwired Safe Torque Off is standard on all units, providing safety features without any additional parts or labor.

  • IO – Ten freely assignable digital inputs (two can be used as fast digital input functions) and five freely assignable digital outputs.
  • Quick Change – Control mode changes (i.e. Speed to Torque) on the fly, so the control system can switch modes without stopping the running condition.
  • Smooth Sailing – Optimized machine performance with reduced manual tuning effort, minimizes vibration without slowing down system response time
  • Power Range – More comprehensive power range than comparable solutions (0.05…2 kW at 120…230V, 3…15 kW at 230V and 0.4…15 kW at 460V) to tailor power to the application.

  • More Action, Less Distraction – Indexing and eCAM function to provide more motion commands than other products without the need for separate control systems.

  • Stands Alone, Fits Together – Choose your own control with three options: standalone control, connectivity to Micro800 controllers or connectivity to Logix controllers. Quick and easy setup. Kinetix 5100 drives seamlessly integrate into Logix applications with specially designed AOIs

Kinetix TLP Servo Motor & Accessories

Tested and validated for optimized performance with Kinetix 5100 and Kinetix 5300 servo drives, this motor is available in eight frame sizes and ranges from 50 W to 15 kW. Complete the customization of your system with a range of motor cables and accessories.

Features And Benefits

  • Size Options – Available in eight frame sizes ranging from 46 mm to 235 mm and options for 200V or 400V.
  • Resolution – 24-bit high resolution absolute feedback.
  • Power Range – Rated power ranging from 50 W to 15 kW – a wider range than comparable motors.

  • Proven Performance, Global Use – The Kinetix TLP servo motor is UL/CSA Recognized and CE marked.
  • Brake Option – Integral 24V DC brake option for machine customization.
  • Perfect Fit – Wide selection of cable lengths (up to 50 meters) in both flexible and non-flexible options to meet varying space requirements and machine designs.

Kinetix 5300 Servo Drive and Kinetix TLP Servo Motor

Kinetix 5100 Servo Drive and Kinetix TLP Servo Motor System Pairing

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Versatile Motion control solutions-Small to Medium machines2022-11-28T22:09:43+05:30

Take the load Off your mind

Take a load off your mind

If your work involves cranes, hoists or the lifting of any type of load, you understand the unique challenges posed by these types of applications. Safety, reliability and productivity are always on your mind. Fortunately, Allen-Bradley® drives are specifically designed to make your job easier. And you can select the type of drive that best meets your needs. AC DC Low voltage Medium voltage.

Put these PowerFlex® drive capabilities to work for you and invest in improved performance

  • TorqProve™ Control helps verify control of a load in lifting applications
  • Anti-Sway Capability is designed to improve safety and efficiency by reducing the swinging of a moving load
  • Regeneration enables a drive to put energy back on the incoming line, providing a braking solution that is far more energy efficient than resistive braking
  • Premier Integration is the exclusive experience of integrating Allen-Bradley smart devices into the Logix control environment. It helps you save configuration time and simplify your application

Invest in

When you make the decision to purchase new technology for your lifting application, you’re making an investment in safety, reliability – and most of all, productivity. Moving to application-specific technology can be a big step forward in achieving your goals.

PowerFlex drives provide capabilities that can enhance the performance of lifting applications. Select the drive and capabilities you need.

Patented TorqProve technology helps verify control of a load

When you use PowerFlex drives, you’re getting well-established products that are designed for application flexibility and ease of use.

The TorqProve feature is specifically tailored for applications needing coordinated and sustained control of a load and brake. TorqProve helps to verify control of the load in lifting applications of all kinds. Control capability helps confirm that the mechanical brake has control of the load when stopping the drive, and the drive has control of the load when releasing the brake during any move command.

Combined with excellent low and zero speed performance with accurate torque and speed regulation, TorqProve helps eliminate concerns with brake timing.

It can also help to significantly reduce wear and tear on the mechanical brake with smooth operation and reduced machine stress.

Use TorqProve in any application where coordination between the drive and the mechanical brake is required:

  • Cranes
  • Hoists
  • Draglines
  • Material handling lifts (vertical conveyors)
  • Automatic Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS)
  • Palletizer lifts

PowerFlex Drives with TorqProve technology help your application

  • Convenient setup, only a few parameters to set
  • Brake control is performed by drive

No Special Drive or Software Required

  • TorqProve technology is a standard feature of the drive
  • The same drive can be used for  entirely independent functions on the same machine or in the same  This versatility allows you to reduce inventory costs
  • Power Flex drives provide high-power capability in a compact footprint
  • With the drive controlling the braking, the life of the mechanical brake can be extended

System Performance

  • The drive easily integrates via the same communication networks you currently use
  • Seamless integration of PowerFlex drives and Logix programmable automation controllers helps increase productivity by providing easy access to system and machine level data and diagnostic information

Anti-sway capability

One major challenge for many lifting applications involves the swinging of a load. Any time a crane moving a load accelerates or stops, it causes the load to sway back and forth. The heavier the load, the more potentially dangerous and disruptive the swinging becomes. Production time is lost while waiting for the load to stabilize when in position. To address these concerns, PowerFlex 755T drives provide built-in anti-sway capability.

Anti-sway capability in PowerFlex 755T drives:

  • Helps protect personnel and assets by reducing the unpredictable, pendulum-like movements of a load
  • Helps improve productivity by reducing the time needed to wait for a swinging load to stabilize
  • Helps control sway of a load without the need for additional sensors, external controller or complex programming
  • Doesn’t require application expertise – just configure a few drive parameters
  • Helps extend the life of mechanical components
  • Can be used with a manual or automatic operation mode

With anti-sway, we can have a higher cycle time because the deceleration is managed by this feature, which allows us to lower the hoist when we arrive at the destination. We don’t have to wait.

The benefits of anti-sway capability also extend to applications that involve the movement of fluids.

Use drives with built-in regeneration capability to help reduce energy consumption

Using built-in regeneration capability, some PowerFlex drives can help reduce energy consumption by putting energy back on the incoming power supply, providing a solution that is far more energy efficient than resistive or mechanical braking. Regenerative drives also help to eliminate the need for braking resistors and cooling equipment along with associated wiring, labor, installation and maintenance costs.

The PowerFlex 755TR drives, PowerFlex 755TM bus supplies, PowerFlex DC and PowerFlex 7000 drives have built-in regeneration capability to help you avoid wasteful dissipation of energy. Instead, use that energy for other applications.

How does regeneration work?

When a load is lifted, energy goes into the motor from the drive, then into the machine from the motor. When this happens, the motor and rotation are in the same direction, meaning the system is operating in a “motoring” or “consumption” mode.

But when the load is lowered, the motor and drive must hold back the load to control its speed. Energy comes out of the machine and into the motor, then from the motor into the drive. When this happens, the motor torque and rotation are not in the same direction and the system is operating in a “regeneration” mode.

The motor behaves as a generator. When the drive is in a regeneration mode, energy flows back onto the mains and can be used for other purposes.

Premier Integration

Premier Integration is the exclusive experience of using Allen-Bradley smart devices in the Logix control environment.

The Studio 5000® environment serves as a single programming tool for  the design and configuration of your application. You need only one software package for discrete, process, batch, safety, and drive-based applications.

  • Drive  configuration is saved as part of the Studio 5000 Logix Designer® project file and stored in the Logix.  You only need one file for both the controller and all drive configurations.
  • Consolidating controller programming and device system configuration helps reduce complication and eliminates mismatch errors
  • Drive profiles provide a visual interface for automatic tag generation, instant pairing of controller to drive, and tools to assist drive configuration
  • Diagnostic, fault, alarm and event information are integral to the Studio 5000 environment

Leverage the Studio 5000 environment to manage application libraries

  • Rockwell Automation provides libraries of application code that enable you to take pre-built code and apply it to any Allen- Bradley automation device, making set up of the equipment fast and easy
  • Application Code Manager enables time savings during commissioning and enhanced productivity by reusing application code independent of automation device platform

Analytics and visualization

Analytics and visualization provide windows into critical production and process information gathered from self-aware and system-aware smart devices like PowerFlex Drives. Enabling you to:

  • Predict mechanical problems and help improve performance with diagnostics in real-time
  • Investigate, collaborate and troubleshoot in the plant – instantly with no setup and very little change to your infrastructure
  • Providea common user experience for all Rockwell Automation devices with pre-engineered faceplates that provide necessary information for engineers, operators, and maintenance personnel

Safety solutions help improve productivity

Integrated functional safety helps to increase productivity in machine operation and maintenance. Safety ratings up to SIL3, PLe, and CAT 4 are available.

  • Decreased set-up times for networked solutions compared with hardwired safety
  • Diagnostics become more accessible as part of the overall system
  • Safety instructions and functions integrate into the controller for modularity and scalability

PowerFlex 755T Drives

Offer harmonic mitigation, regeneration and common bus solutions in a wide power range of 10…6000 Hp / 7.5…4550 kW.

PowerFlex 755T AC drives provide unique benefits

PowerFlex 755T drives are the only VFDs on the market to offer the combination of  TorqProve Technology, Anti-Sway Capability, Regeneration and Premier Integration. Using patented technology, they offer a variety of exclusive benefits to help improve the safety, dependability and productivity of your lifting application.

The PowerFlex 755T drives provide harmonic mitigation, regeneration and common bus solutions that help you reduce energy costs, gain flexibility and increase productivity. These are the first drives to offer TotalFORCE® technology to achieve excellent motor control through precise, adaptive control of velocity, torque and position for electric motors. The PowerFlex 755T drives include:

  • PowerFlex 755TL Drive – Provides harmonic mitigation and power factor correction through the use of  active front end  by reducing the adverse effects of harmonic distortion, the drive helps to improve energy efficiency, reduce energy costs and minimize power distribution issues on the factory floor.
  • PowerFlex 755TR Drive – Features built-in regeneration capability that helps decrease energy consumption by delivering regenerative energy from motors back to the incoming Line regeneration reduces the need for braking resistors and associated cooling equipment and helps avoid wasteful dissipation of energy. The drive also offers harmonic mitigation.
  • PowerFlex 755TM Drive System – Select from a series of predesigned configurations for regenerative common bus supplies and common bus inverters to optimize your system design and power.  A common bus drive system offers advantages such as design flexibility, energy optimization and reduced installation costs. PowerFlex 755TM systems provide harmonic mitigation and built-in regeneration capability.

For more information


PowerFlex 755T Brochure, publication 755T-BR001

Key benefits of the PowerFlex 755T drives

Maximize your productivity

Take advantage of PowerFlex Drives

In addition to providing exclusive features for lifting applications, the robust family  of PowerFlex AC and DC drives provide ease of use, flexibility and performance for a variety of industrial applications

PowerFlex 755 AC Drives

With a complete power range of 1 to 2000 Hp (0.75 to 1500 kW), the PowerFlex 755 AC drive supports a wide range of network protocols to simplify integration into your architecture and features an embedded EtherNet/IP port for easy management of drive data over EtherNet/IP networks. To help protect personnel and equipment while reducing machine downtime, the drive offers safety solutions up to and including PLe/SIL3, Cat 3 and Cat 4. Automatic device configuration (ADC) is a productivity-enhancing benefit of Premier Integration and is available when the drive is used on an EtherNet/IP network. ADC enables a Logix controller to automatically detect a replaced PowerFlex 755 drive and download all configuration parameters, minimizing the need for manual reconfiguration.

PowerFlex 7000 AC Drives

The PowerFlex 7000 family of medium voltage AC drives delivers flexibility and highly efficient performance in a single solution for motor control applications from 200 to 34,000 Hp (150 kW to 25,400 kW), rated from 2.4 kV to 6.6 kV. To help protect personnel and equipment while reducing machine downtime, the drive offers safety solutions up to and including PLe/SIL3, Cat 3. Choose a configuration with Direct-to-Drive™ technology– and connect a drive directly to the line without the use of an isolation transformer. Direct-to-Drive technology combines an active front end (AFE) rectifier to lower line- side harmonics and a patented DC link inductor to address common mode voltage at its source. This allows the use of standard motors, making it ideal for both new projects and upgrades of existing applications.

PowerFlex DC Drives

The PowerFlex DC drive combines powerful performance between 1.5 to 1400 Hp (1.2 to 1044 kW), with flexible control to produce a highly functional, cost-effective drive and control solution. PowerFlex DC drive modules are available in both regenerative and non- regenerative configurations and standard IP20 open type enclosure. The PowerFlex DC includes an armature converter, regulated field converter for field weakening or economy applications, an advanced regulator with integrated DPI functionality, DC tachometer and encoder capability. Unlike many other DC drives available today, the PowerFlex DC can be easily integrated into your complete manufacturing system. With drive profiles for Premier Integration, end users can now have a single software approach to configure their controller, drive system, and for operation and maintenance.

PowerFlex AC Drives High-performance solutions for a wide range of global applications

PowerFlex Medium Voltage and DC Drives. A variety of drive types to meet a wide range of applications

Take the load Off your mind2022-11-28T22:10:13+05:30

Sales & Distribution Management at Multivista

Sales and Distribution at Multivista

A distribution network can be seen as the flow of goods from an OEM/Principal to an end consumer. Multivista makes it simple with  fully furnished storage facilities, warehouses, and transportation systems that supports the movement of goods until they reach the end consumer.

Our distribution network that allows the long-term optimization has transformed over time, as businesses expands and aim to reach more consumers. Thus, satisfying overall customer demand has done at low costs and higher service levels with  strategic planning and specialized supply chain management.

The structure of our distribution network considers the most crucial factors like product demands of the end customer, customer experience, product variety and product availability, response time, and finally, product return ability.

Multivista Sales and Distribution networks are built by considering all key service and cost drivers like

  • Customer location.
  • Order quantity and frequency
  • Transportation costs & mode
  • Warehousing
  • Factory and supplier locations
  • Service level requirements

Benefits that Multivista transfers to the OEM/Principal include (but are not limited to):

  • Reduction in costs

    Setting a new distribution point could be costly for certain businesses and manufacturers. An existing distribution network provides speed and ease, as well as increasing reach for products (geographically), thereby eliminating the costs and challenges associated with time, human resources, and capital required.

  • Greater customer reach

    An efficient distribution network allows for wider customer reach because it should ideally enhance the speed at which products reach the end consumer and opens up opportunities to reach other geographic areas. Other benefits include increased customer satisfaction and feedback, faster growth, more efficient marketing, and greater knowledge on customer and product preferences

Sales & Distribution Management at Multivista2022-11-28T22:11:10+05:30
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