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Solving Aging Infrastructure Problems In Variable Speed Drive Applications

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Solving Aging Infrastructure Problems In Variable Speed Drive Applications

Join Vince, our Director of Business Development, for a dynamic new episode in our series aimed at enhancing technical skills within the pump and related equipment industry. This episode features in-depth discussions with Dynamatic’s experts about variable frequency drives.

Meet the Guests:
Kevin Haggerty, Business Development Manager has 30 years of sales and marketing experience in the water and wastewater markets. Kevin has a BS in Electronics Engineering Technology from DeVry University and was most recently a National Sales Manager for Raschig USA, Inc. in their Wastewater Division.

Garry Queen – Sales Application Engineer holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois Chicago and is licensed to practice in several states. Garry has more than 30 years of experience designing and applying electrical power, controls and automation systems. Garry has provided engineering services to notable companies like IBM, ArcelorMittal, Schneider Electric, Baldor Electric and ABB throughout his career.

Adam Dillon – Industrial Market Manager graduated with Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and French Studies from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and studied abroad at the NEOMA Business School in Rouen, France. Adam has 15 years of manufacturing sales support experience with Johnson Controls and Rexnord.

This session explores the differences between eddy current drives and variable frequency drives (VFDs), highlighting their applications, advantages, and the technical challenges they address, including noise reduction in power systems and the robust design of Dynamatic’s Eddy Current Drive suited for harsh environmental conditions in municipal and wastewater treatment facilities.

Packed with expert insights, the discussion also covers the longevity and reliability of ECDs, the value of older technologies for today’s applications, and solutions to tackle electromagnetic interference issues.

Stay tuned until the end of this video to hear the sounds of a variable frequency drive.

https://dynamatic.com/dynamatic-technology/how-it-works/
https://dynamatic.com/dynamatic-technology/dynamatic-versus-vfd/
https://dynamatic.com/industries-and-applications/water-and-wastewater/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j42XBO_U_m4
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