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Nord Drivesystems has made its AUSPACK debut with the latest in power-saving drives and corrosion-beating technologies.

The company is showcasing its energy-efficient IE4 motor on stand G075, as well as its nsd tupH solutions which electrochemically treat aluminium motor components to make them resistant to corrosion in challenging environments.

The company was also demonstrating its Nordac Link frequency inverters and motor starters which offer a drive control that can be flexibly installed close to the motor.

PKN Packaging News editor Lindy Hughson spoke to Nord engineer Vinod Pillai about these technologies, and Nord’s AUSPACK debut. Watch this video for an innovation overview.

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