One of the types of drives we come across frequently at Northern Industrial is elevator drives. No matter who you are or what your job is, it’s more than likely you have encountered a lift in some form or another, here we take a look at the driving force behind elevators and how they work.
Today, variable speed drives are implemented in many industries where goods are manufactured, from conveyor belts on production lines to pick and place machines. In this piece, we look at how they are used in the automotive industry to ensure safe and high quality vehicle manufacturing.
Here’s Katie, our latest addition to Northern Industrial! She is our Workshop Administrator, and her jobs will consist of updating our Account Managers on their customers’ repair jobs they currently have in the workshop. Katie is from Preston, and is currently 21 years young! Previously she attended Broughton High School before going to Newman College
A variable speed drive is a necessary feature of global manufacturing however, it’s used across a wide variety of industry applications. But why might a drive be required and how does its use impact our world?