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TRIOL POWER CELLS EVOLUTION
There is so much spirit in a work “Life”. Each person travels over long way. For ones, life is easy, but for others it suffused of obstacles and difficulties. And all this time we learn something and improve ourselves.
The AT24 LE frequency drive has a number of functional features
Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) for elevator drives are no longer a rarity, but it’s a necessity. In addition to the smooth running of the elevator and its precise positioning in case of shutoff on floors, elevator frequency operators demand higher standards of safety requirements.
Factory adjustment or Triol AK06 Variable Speed Drive "birth"
Before the Variable Speed Drive (VSD) Triol AK06 starts its work with submersible electric motors on the well, it goes through the adjustment procedure according to the Program and the acceptance test method.
Tough problems worth solving…TRIOL’s innovative culture
According to an article published in the Journal of Petroleum Technology in October 2014, the world's first patent for a submersible pump unit driven by a linear motor was issued in the United States in December 1918. Its inventor was engineer Robert E. Newcomb.
TRIOL’S UNMATCHED TESTING FOR RELIABILITY
A special place in the production process is occupied by the so-called "transport" testing of products. When conducting vibration tests in the designs of products developed for serial production, weak points are revealed that could only appear during transportation. The customer's facilities can be located in the tundra, in the steppe or even in the mountains. Often these are not even roads, but directions that is off-road.
How Triol takes testing to the next level for improved reliability
As a leader in designing and manufacturing of power controls. There are many opinions to consider during the economic slow-down caused by the global pandemic of COVID-19. This economic slow down is a challenge for every production management team during the global crisis. Some address it with staffing cut, cutting batch sizes or stop production as the most economical solution. After several months of painstaking work, we are ready to share our experience on how not to stop and continue working during this challenging times.
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