Rueil-Malmaison (France), February 17, 2017 –Altivar Process 900, Schneider Electric’s premium variable speed drive, has just won Control Engineering’s Motion Control category, adding another accolade to its growing list of awards.
Leading industry publication Control Engineering has just named Schneider Electric’s Altivar Process 900 variable speed drive as the winner in the Motion Control category at its 30th annual Engineers’ Choice Awards. The Altivar Process 900 was chosen by the readers of Control Engineering who were asked to single out the best products in a range of categories.
This latest award recognizes Altivar Process’ unrivaled ability to optimize business performance across utility and industrial sectors. A game-changer in the market, it stands out for helping customers achieve greater energy management and optimization, enhanced process performance, and asset management by managing increased data volumes, real-time intelligence, tailored engineering, and smart control.
Our customers agree
The experiences of our Altivar Process customers echo the recognition of the Engineers’ Choice Award. Jan Ravn, Department Manager at Herning Water in Denmark, says Altivar Process was “the obvious choice when we needed to upgrade our variable speed drives.”
“Altivar Process is more than a variable speed drive,” Ravn continues. “It is a product that combines energy monitoring, pump controls, and preventive maintenance. With Altivar Process we are constantly on the leading edge with maintenance, reaping the benefits of energy savings and ensuring that we always have an overview of our system.”
Leading Spanish cement producer Cementos Group Portland Valderrivas, concurs. Joan Jansá Martin, the Electrical Maintenance Manager at Cementos, describes Altivar Process as “very efficient with lots of applications, a complete product,” also noting that “It is a very robust and compact product, simple to set up and install.”
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