Variable-Speed Pump Drives Save Energy, Cut Noise and Heat (.PDF Download)

The use of variable-speed electric drives to power hydraulic pumps has grown with the development of high-speed controls, quick-response motors, and improved software that give these motor-pump combinations the power and responsiveness to match systems controlled by electrohydraulic valves or a variable-displacement pump, while also reducing energy consumption.

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