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ABB Robotics

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Most recent articles relating to ABB Robotics;

ABB introduces new drive for HVAC applications

Enhanced drive sets new standards for simplicity, reliability and ease of integration.


Drives supplier uses ABB solar inverter to help reduce energy costs

A supplier of variable-speed drives (VSDs) has installed an ABB TRIO solar inverter as part of a photovoltaic power plant that will help cut its electricity bill


Variable-speed drives can significantly cut hospitals' energy bills

At the Healthcare Estates Event, 7-8 October 2014, Manchester Central, stand F39: ABB is demonstrating how variable-speed drives (VSDs) can save energy costs as well as maintaining air quality in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems within healthcare buildings


Camfil, Inverter Drive Systems combine to improve AHU efficiency

Users of air handling units (AHUs) can achieve maximum efficiency from their equipment following an agreement between ABB Drives Alliance member Inverter Drive Systems (IDS) and leading air filtration specialist Camfil


ABB wins EEF Green and Growth Award 2012

ABB, a player in power and automation technologies, is a national winner in the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards 2012. It won the EEF National Green and Growth Award 2012. ABB became eligible for the National award after it won the EEF North West Region Green and Growth Award in November.


FMs lead energy boost

Are FMs well-informed enough about energy efficiency? Tim Fryer found out that there may be more work to be done as FMs become central to leading and implementing energy policy


Drives for Change

As energy costs rise and new legislation encourages companies to cut carbon emissions, building operators are seeing the advantages of using the latest variable speed drives in their HVAC systems as Steve Ruddell explains


Efficient Motors

When a £500 motor can consume £50,000 in electricty in a 10 year operating life, saving a few pounds up front by buying a less efficient model could end up costing a lot more. Using energy efficient motors will keep overall energy consumption of buildings to a minimum. Ian Allan.