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Midlife Upgrade

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Transcript of Midlife Upgrade

Ben Monsieur
Midlife Upgrade
Motors point of view
Extraction
Continuous filter pollution monitoring system
Feedback for belt failure
Minimal volume flow
Performance guarantee
Improve continuity
Savings
85.000
2Y ROI
Intelligent U/f control and reduced motor voltage
Motor supplies higher power
Pulsion, 37kw motor, 55kw VSD
Extraction, 18,5kw motor, 30kw VSD
Increase speed range
87hz technology
Minimal % fresh air
Old motor
New motor
Dahlander Motor
30/7,5kw
4/8 pole
400V
Single speed motor IE3
18,5kw
6 pole
230/400V
Motors point of view
Pulsion
Old
Dahlander Motor
56/14kw
4/8 pole
400V
New
Single speed motor IE3
37kw
6 pole
230/400V
VSD point of view
Retrofit
Total Drive Train
9
70.000 m³/h
343.565 m³
€ 420.000
Aspects
How?
Results
Higher motor efficiency
Webserver with Energy and
Process Dashboards over TCP/IP
Underload detection
Belt failure detection
Reduced mass moment
of intertia of the rotor
Increased power factor

Differential pressure transmitters for filter pollution monitoring
Reduce of mechanical stress due VSD
Temperature fluctuation minimized
Optiminal minimal volume flow
Redundant feedback for belt failure
Improved % fresh air

Project Manager
Industry North
Total Drive Train
Consultancy

Top View
Minimize temperature fluctuation
2°C/12 hour
0,5°C/hour
Project Goal
Energy Savings
Optimize Process Control
Improve air quality
Reduce maintenance costs
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