Depending on the machine task, the energy costs of drive systems often equate to acquisition costs after just four years. Although energy-efficient drive systems are often more expensive to buy than conventional drives, these extra costs are usually written off within a few years thanks to the energy savings made. The overall economic viability of the drive system can therefore only be assessed as part of a life-cycle costs review (LCC review).
You can count on us to assist at every step from designing to realising your machine right through to choosing your drives. We ensure that you never lose sight of anything that might influence the energy consumption of your machine and may optimise your life-cycle costs, including energy efficiency, of course.