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Project Engineer GMB Bio Energy: "Emotron drives are robust and easy to use. CG Emotron gives us excellent service and 24/7 support"

Mr Laurens Pelgrim, Project Engineer GMB Bio Energy: "Emotron drives are robust and easy to use. CG Emotron gives us excellent service and 24/7 support" 

"Emotron is an important contributor keeping our factory operating safely and optimally’’ says Nyrstar zinc smelter engineer

‘’Knowledge and expertise are the core values at Emotron, this is an important contribution to keep our factory operating safely and optimally’’ 

Emotron DSV - more compact VFD size with extended communication released

Our advanced machinery drive just got even more compact! For the Emotron DSV15/35 VFD no challenge is too big. 

Great news from the recent ISO14001 certification

As CG Drives & Automation was certified according to the latest version of ISO 14001 in June, the company was particularly commended for good planning, monitoring and execution of processes. 

CG Emotron releases new control platform 2.1

The new control board for Emotron the FDU and VFX AC drive series is here!

Hand-in-hand with this new control board Emotron has also upgraded its existing control platform to revision 2.1 and named its new products FDU2.1 and VFX2.1.

CG Emotron at the Aqua Vakbeurs Exhibition

The exhibition is postponed until 16-18 June. Looking forward to seeing you then! Welcome to stand I104. 

Emotron supplies onshore power in Visby harbour

Visby harbour has chosen to depend on Emotron drives for the shore power supply of its mainland ferries. The challenge: To deliver 2x1.8MW, 10.7 kV, and 60Hz to three different quays. Emotron supplied the power conversion equipment consisting of a frequency converter in low harmonic execution and a cooling system. Specialized software balances voltage load during ship synchronization and handles rapid load changes on the ship.

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