Comprehensive Torque Control System
Since 2000, BESCO has been using these systems for the more difficult applications such as multiple stations on a single line, extreme variations in conditions, and fluctuating water pressure regulation. It was first called a BihlerTech AT-2000 and had a smaller basic system option known as the D2L2. These are still in operation today and have stood the test of time.
After many years of success, OEC was impressed enough to buy and then license the system to EBARA. After some additional modifications were created, it was introduced as the Station Boss. Since then, the system has expanded into adaptive options and customization for a variety of motor applications.
Since it's true purpose is to instantaniously "manage" the options within a VFD, it's now simply called the Drive Manager.
The Drive Manager is an advanced, affordable torque control system designed to constantly alter VFD programming in real time. It does this by receiving the motor feedback from the drive and constantly adjusting the power output of the VFD so that the motor always operates at its best efficiency. With years of refinement and its many optional features, this is the most flexible torque controller available. Not only will it make motors operate far more efficiently, but it will also reduce the excess strain on the related components. Check valves no longer slam shut, inflow can be matched with the PID setting, bearings and seals will last longer, axial forces are greatly reduced and GPM can be changed at the touch of the screen. If you really want to step up your control game and actually reduce station cost; drive manager is your control solution.
- Contact us at 800-252-3726 for information on our detailed and customized specifications to suit your application.
- Bright, easy to operate touch screen HMI
- Multi Layered password protection
- System and alarm information
- A complete on board help menu
- Built in operation redundancies
- SCADA-ready communication features
- Comprehensive choices for two or four pumps
- Municipal and Private Pump Stations
- Raw Water Intake Operations
- Power Station Cooling Systems
- Wastewater Treatment Plants
- Aeration Systems
- H2S / Wet Well Ventilation Systems
- Public Pool Filtration
- Influent Pump Stations
- Wet Weather Detention Facilities