Is your business looking for ways to save on energy costs? Consider implementing a variable-frequency drive (VFD) for enhanced energy savings. Used on larger commercial equipment that has the properly rated motor including certain air handlers, make-up air units and pumps these efficiency devices are wonderful assets to consider incorporating into your system applications to reduce operating costs and energy use.
Many businesses look to VFDs also known as frequency drives not only to save on monthly bills, but also to help decrease unnecessary energy output levels. Here are four main reasons to consider a VFD for your system today:
With proper use of zoning or controls, VFDs can regulate ventilation throughout your commercial building to create more consistent temperature levels for optimal comfort. Additionally, these devices can also reduce noise and vibrations of pumps and fans when the motor is ramped down due to low demand, creating a more productive work environment.
By increasing the operating efficiency of your HVAC unit, you decrease the amount of wasted energy used to operate the system. This helps to eliminate excessive energy consumption when full output levels are not required and increases precision, allowing for more smooth operation.
Reduced Wear and Tear:
Not only do efficiency devices enhance the precision of the unit, but they also reduce wear and tear by incorporating more efficient operating processes to greatly lower stress on the components on the system. This results in more cost savings and prolongs the life of the equipment.
In addition to the great benefits listed above, perhaps one of the most attractive advantages to incorporating VFDs into your commercial equipment is energy savings. Not only will you reduce the amount of energy wasted, positioning your building as more environmentally friendly, but you will also see a lower monthly bill something every building owner or manager can appreciate.
An important point to remember when considering VFDs for your equipment is to consult with a professional technician to ensure your system is getting the attention to detail it deserves. To learn more about the services Custom Aire can offer your building to increase energy efficiency, contact us or visit our commercial services page.