Exclusive Webinar on Integrating Hydraulics and Electrical Drive Technologies
Are rising energy costs and more demanding applications keeping you up at night? Our Drive Controlled Pump (DCP) Technology solution is an option for hydraulic systems in industrial applications.
Our design pairs a variable frequency drive pump and a proprietary algorithm that keeps power density up when a system load requires it but uses less power in down cycle times.
Register for on-demand view to understand the basic principle, review a case study of the application and discuss the implications in the future market.
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Rashid S. Aidun, Senior Systems Engineer Rashid
S. Aidun draws on his electrical and fluid power background to create
custom drive controlled pump solutions. Prior to joining Parker 16 years
ago, he worked as an industrial manufacturing and fluid power and
controls engineer for various OEMs. He has a BSME from Syracuse
Dan Detweiler is a value added systems and technical services
manager for Parker. He has a BS in Electronic Engineering Technology
from the College of New Jersey. Dan joined Parker with Miller Fluid
Power acquisition in 2001, and has held account manager, application
engineer, and regional manager roles during his 28 years in the fluid