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Triol AT24 SR and AT24 RT product lines for controlling Sucker Rod Pumps
Oil production with sucker rod pumps (here and after referred to as SRP) is the most common way to lift oil. This is due to their simplicity, efficiency, and reliability. At least two-thirds of active production wells are operated with SRPs. The cornerstone of oil production is to maximize production while reducing electricity costs. The installation of Triol’s variable frequency drives with downhole controllers can solve both issues.
Ventilation reservation as a tool to improve reliability
Increasing the reliability of multi-level cascade variable frequency drives is one of the biggest challenges for all manufacturers of this class of equipment. In the history of the multi-level topology, the VFD market has long exceeded 100,000 units worldwide. It is one of the most popular medium voltage frequency drive topologies, favored by users around the world in no small part because of its relatively high reliability and long life. The use of multi-level frequency drives not only pays for the investment, but also generates real returns, in some cases paying back the investment many times over. Profit is the main marker that motivates customers to buy multi-level frequency drives.
Triol AT27 variable frequency drives in the metallurgy industry
Triol AT27 variable frequency drives in the metallurgy industry. The wide variety of technological processes in the production of metallurgical products imposes different requirements on the equipment involved. In the production of metal products, the most important processes are ore preparation, coke production, ore smelting, metal casting, and rolling.
HOpCoD™ technology or bypassing the Triol power cells
HOpCoD™ technology or bypassing the Triol power cells Many manufacturers of medium-voltage cascaded multi-level frequency drives have implemented a bypass function for the power cell. The benefit of this feature is obvious, in that it keeps the product running until a planned shutdown for maintenance and repair is carried out.
Key benefits of using submersible telemetry systems Triol TM01-20 and TM01-25
Key benefits of using submersible telemetry systems Triol TM01-20 and TM01-25 In the context of volatile oil prices and the complexities associated with the pandemic, the requirements for submersible equipment have grown and telemetry systems are no exception.
The advantages of patented technologies of Triol’s hermetic VFD.
The advantages of patented technologies of Triol’s hermetic VFD. Increased requirements are imposed on VFDs that work at mining, processing, and metallurgical enterprises; they need to be capable of operating in conditions that have high levels of conductive or coal dust.The equipment must operate properly in conditions of high humidity or in an environment containing aggressive gases, such as sulfuric acid and others. In this case, the housing of the frequency drive must be hermetic.