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Flender: The integrated drive system

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The more efficient the drive, the lower the running costs. Coordination and control of the complete system play a decisive role here. Flender has always believed that the drive train must be seen and understood as a whole.

In conveyor technology our gear units have for years been an integral part of a thousand complete solutions. These drive systems reduce our customers’ planning costs, lessen interface risk and cut the number of contact persons to one only – all of which are decisive factors. The drive train as a whole has been consistently and specifically developed to meet our customers’ requirements.

For this reason Flender offers not only a full range of component parts for the drive train, but also their coordination, from concept through to a functioning system.

So out of simple drive sub-assemblies we make real systems. The company’s drive technology ensures maximum productivity, energy efficiency and reliability in every area of automation and over the entire life cycle.

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