rotary converter


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rotary converter

[′rōd·ə·rē kən′vərd·ər]
(electricity)
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For example, a five horsepower rotary converter costs approximately $500 versus $125 for a static unit, but one-third of the horsepower rating of the motor is lost with the static converter because you do not have all phases.
The process is presently operating with electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) and top blown rotary converter (TBRC) vent systems for managing the facility's emissions.
Water-cooled, dynamic, battery backed uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with a rotary converter in the form of a double synchronous machine and an automatic bypass.
According to the study, Dubai's re-exports to Mexico of parts for use with lifting and moving machinery reached Dh53 million in value, while re-exports of electric generating sets and rotary converters to Brazil, were valued at Dh50 million.
Of the five to benefit, the tariff on heliostats is set at 8.5% and heliostat receivers at 7%, with wind turbines and rotary converters both taxed over 10%.