Full power when you need it !
CG Drives & Automation solutions adapt your crusher operation to the size and type of material. A heavily loaded crusher is easily started by boosting the torque. Built-in braking functionality offers quick stops without the need for mechanical brakes.
Controlling your crushers with our solutions ensures efficient, reliable and user-friendly operation. Damage and downtime are prevented, maintenance is reduced and energy consumption is minimized.
Optimized operation minimizes energy costs
Our drives offer considerable energy savings by regulating the operation of your crusher to the demand. The feeder speed is continuously adapted to the crusher`s load variations. Direct torque control handles abrupt load changes and overcomes initial peak loads, preventing interruptions and false trips. A heavily loaded crusher is efficiently started by utilizing the full motor capacity also from standstill.
Inefficiency is detected immediately, for example if a feeder is broken, a jaw is worn or the material is running out. Preventive action means no energy is wasted and unplanned stops are eliminated.
Reduced maintenance and high efficiency
Our softstarters ensure soft starts and stops, reducing mechanical stress. Reduced start currents allow you to use smaller fuses and less expensive cables. This will save you maintenance, installation and energy costs.
A heavily loaded crusher is easily started by boosting the torque. Built-in braking functionality offers quick stops without the need for mechanical brakes. This enhances efficiency and ensures safety.
Protection against damage and downtime
We offer efficient protection of your crushers, saving maintenance and downtime costs. Our shaft power monitors, also built into our other products, prevent damage, for example if jamming occurs.
A unique motor shaft power calculating technique immediately detects over- and underload situations, across the whole speed range. Using the motor as its own sensor means no costly and service-demanding external sensors are required.