ABB’s drives and controls, motors and mechanical power transmission catalogue offers even more

The catalogue’s seven sections include what’s new; authorised value providers’ network information and ABB’s packages offerings throughout the drive train.

The catalogue has a ‘Drives feature finder’ that highlights the differences between the various drives families and lists some of their key features. Other sections include low voltage, ATEX certified, NEMA, high voltage AC motors and mechanical power transmission products.

Click here to download the catalogue

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  • Applications

    Working across industries such as automotive, manufacturing, water, oil, gas and petrochemical industries, ABB can save organisations huge amounts of energy and money. Whatever industry you’re in ABB can help save you energy and cost.

  • Products

    Motors consume approximately two-thirds of all electricity used in industry. By installing high efficiency variable speed drives, organisations can benefit from reduced energy costs, lower maintenance costs and a reduced carbon footprint.

Guest blogpost: Why do motors fail?

Guest blogpost: Why do motors fail?

The latest in our new AVP Ask The Expert video series sees Peter Wilson, Director of CovElec, reveal in a guest blogpost some of the secrets behind why motors fail.

Energy and CO2 savings at your fingertips with AVP energy toolkit App

Energy and CO2 savings at your fingertips with AVP energy toolkit App

The app connects you with your nearest AVP, provides you with news and information, and helps you select the right hardware and services to make your business grow.

ABB’s new technical channel network for drives and motors

ABB’s new technical channel network for drives and motors

ABB has amalgamated its UK variable-speed drives and electric motors networks into a single brand identity, a benchmark for technical advice, delivery and life cycle services.

Click here to download the motors water brochure

Click here to download the motors water brochure

The new motor range, designed to meet the Water Industry Mechanical and Electrical Specifications (WIMES) offers end-users a wide choice of motor designations for use in any motor-driven application in the water sector.

New efficiency requirements for low voltage motors

New efficiency requirements for low voltage motors

New minimum efficiency standards have been introduced into the European market.
Single speed, three phase induction motors in
the power range 0.75 kW to 375 kW are effected.

ABB Energy and Productivity Appraisal Team in action

ABB Energy and Productivity Appraisal Team in action

A range of industries, including; water, food and beverage, manufacturing, HVAC and leisure have all improved their energy and productivity performance thanks to ABB variable-speed
drives and high efficiency motors.

ABB Energy Calculator Apps

ABB Energy Calculator Apps

Download the free ABB Energy Calculator App and see how much energy you can save on a typical pump or fan load by installing a variable-speed drive. The App is available on BlackBerry and Apple devices.

ABB’s DriveSave offers large consumers guaranteed energy savings

ABB’s DriveSave offers large consumers guaranteed energy savings

ABB’s DriveSave is aimed at industries like metal processing, chemical, oil & gas and pulp & paper, willing to invest between £500,000 to £2 million on achieving target savings from 5,000 MWh and above per year.

Energy efficiency & productivity improvement plan now available

Energy efficiency & productivity improvement plan now available

ABB has devised its Energy efficiency & productivity improvement plan. It provides industry and commerce with a logical process for cutting energy use and improving productivity with high efficiency electric motors and variable-speed drives.

ABB MotorAdvantage

ABB MotorAdvantage

Identify motors critical to the operation of your plant and improve your production reliability, profitability and energy efficiency by minimising unnecessary downtime.

Guest blogpost: What is safe-torque off?

Guest blogpost: What is safe-torque off?

John Bennett, Director of iDrives, shares his expertise with us in this guest blogpost and animated video discussing the benefits of safe-torque off, and why it’s such an important feature in ABB drives.

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