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Download This White Paper to Learn How to Optimize the Steel Coiling and Uncoiling Process

Steel Coiling Uncoiling Application

 

By combining a variable speed electric drive and a variable displacement hydrostatic drive, motor size can be reduced resulting in lower installation costs and energy consumption.

Download this white paper to learn:

  • The theory behind combining the best features of electrical and hydraulic systems to optimize the coiling and uncoiling process

  • How employing drive controlled pump (DCP) technology results in lower noise levels, cooler operating temperatures, fewer components, higher energy efficiencies, and minimal maintenance

 

 

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DCP Coiling - Uncoiling Technology for the Steel Industry

"Advancements in VFD control algorithms, faster programmable variable frequency drives, and more efficient hydraulic pumps allow fluid power and drive system engineers to work together with greater opportunities for success by implementing drive controlled pump (DCP) technology."

— Rashid Aidun, application engineer, Parker Hannifin

About the author
Rashid Aidun, application engineer, Parker Hannifin.
Rashid draws on his electrical and fluid power background to create custom drive controlled pump solutions. Prior to joining Parker Hannifin sixteen years ago, he worked as an industrial manufacturing and fluid power and controls engineer for various OEMs. He has a BSME from Syracuse University.
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6035 Parkland Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44124
Phone: 216-896-3000
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