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Invertek Drives rises to Mezolift’s solar lift challenge
When discussing AC variable frequency drives, it’s easy to imagine them tucked away
doing essential but low-profile duties behind more ‘exciting’ front-end equipment.
Increasingly, however, Invertek’s Optidrive VFDs make possible the innovative projects
that everyone talks about. Such is the case with the pioneering solar lifts designed,
manufactured and installed by Greek company Mezolift – the first of their kind in the
world. Vital to each installation is Invertek’s trusty single-phase Optidrive Elevator – a
variable speed drive designed specifically to ensure smooth carriage through precise
Optridrive Elevator provides comfortable patient transit
All elevator users expect to experience a smooth journey, but arguably nowhere is this more
important than in hospitals.
Invertek’s sales partner in Greece, Automation Experts, was recently approached by fellow
Greek company DC-Services for assistance with a project that involved modernising a lift in
a building run by Athens Medical Group...
Greek flower power – the Invertek Drives way
HMI-PLC-INVERTER INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION
The world of commercial horticulture and floriculture is a competitive one where
maintaining growing temperatures between strictly controlled limits is essential for the
longevity and quality of produce. Many growers install industrial burners to give a
controllable heat source, but in practice traditional mechanical controllers have had their
performance and cost problems...
Optidrive Elevator VFD gives Mrs Demetriou new mobility
in her twilight years
While most variable frequency drive installations focus on industrial applications, they’re
sometimes used to bring tangible benefits to people – as demonstrated by this installation
in Cyprus. An Invertek Drives Optidrive Elevator installed in a machine-room-less (MRL)
gearless home-lift system has given Mrs Demetriou, an elderly, disabled Cypriot
grandmother, the freedom to move safely and independently around her family’s four-