Bardac Drives in action!
This SF-25 San Franciscan Roaster was spotted in Misha’s Coffeehouse during a recent visit to Old Town Alexandria, VA. With the help of a Bardac E3 Series General Purpose Variable Frequency Drive, this roaster is capable of roasting up to 100 lb. of coffee per hour (48kg/hr).
In this SF-25’s control box, our E3 Series General Purpose VFD is hard at work, ensuring accurate speed control to help produce a high quality roast.
Bardac Drives continues to provide reliable, high performance drives and motor controllers to unique industries all over the globe. So next time you’re out enjoying a nice cup of coffee, ask yourself, “Could a Bardac drive be responsible for this glorious brew?”
Good controls engineers always keep safety at the front of their design strategy, and that mentality also drives quality and reliability. Read more
A message from Chris Bardwell-Jones . . .
drive.web Technology Sales Manager, Jim McNicholas, traveled to Nuremberg, Germany late November to represent drive.web at the SPS IPC Drives 28th International Exhibition for Electric Automation. 2017 marks the event’s largest year to date, with over 70k attendees and nearly 1700 exhibitors from all over the world.
The main focus of this year’s SPS IPC Drives was the topic of Industry 4.0, or “the smart factory”. Industry 4.0 is the term used to describe the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technology, including concepts such as cyber-physical systems, the IoT, cloud computing, and cognitive computing. drive.web truly exemplifies these ideas by using TCP/IP over Ethernet to provide robust connectivity between drives, remote i/o, PLCs, operator stations and SCADA systems. Read more
We are delighted to announce the addition of Mark McGovern to the Bardac team as Mid-Atlantic Regional Sales Manager!
We have known Mark for many years as both a customer and, dare I say it, a competitor, so we are confident of the wealth of drives and automation sales and engineering experience he brings to the show.
We are delighted to announce that the speedy and smarty ranges of Universal Automation Controllers are now UL Listed for both the US UL-61010-1 and Canadian CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1 standards for process control equipment under the class QUYX.
Both product ranges already have European CE Certifications and FCC Part 15 compliance so this now makes the products highly acceptable on a worldwide basis.
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