Top 10 Ways DSI/Dynamatic is Sustainable

2021-03-10T09:08:46-06:00

By DSI/Dynamatic DSI/Dynamatic considers “sustainability” a forward vision that includes our society and our environment. We ask important questions such as, what does our company look like 10 years from now, 25 years from now or 50 years from now? Are we maintaining the business as it is now? Are we growing? Are we working toward a better planet? What are we doing to support our community and our employees? There are a lot of questions to ask as sustainability doesn’t have one single answer. However, we are diligently conscious of this topic as we continue to increase our growth around [...]

Top 10 Ways DSI/Dynamatic is Sustainable2021-03-10T09:08:46-06:00

Four Things That Prevent Breakdowns

2020-10-30T15:55:43-05:00

By DSI/Dynamatic There’s no doubt that equipment will break down from time to time. Breakdowns seem to happen at the most inconvenient times, too, leaving you at a standstill that costs a lot of money. It becomes very stressful when you experience down times due to equipment breakdowns as other machinery, processes, and functions are reliant on that one piece of equipment to function properly. Equipment breakdowns can happen to anyone, but prevention is ultimately your best line of defense. So, how do you avoid an equipment breakdown? We’ll lead you through a few simple steps to make sure you’re doing [...]

Four Things That Prevent Breakdowns2020-10-30T15:55:43-05:00

Troubleshooting Your EC-2000 Control

2020-10-07T14:07:25-05:00

By Rebecca Hart, Marketing Manager and Greg Ostrowski, Engineering Manager We all know that electronic controls may not work from time to time. If we’re lucky, we will install a control and never have to call for repair. There are times when a little troubleshooting will go a long way. If you know what to do, you won’t have to make a service call. Our EC-2000 is our newest control that functions not only with Dynamatic® brand products, but many other brands as well. If you run into a problem, it’s best to start at the control to see if the [...]

Troubleshooting Your EC-2000 Control2020-10-07T14:07:25-05:00

COVID-19: How We’ve Adapted Despite the Disruption

2020-10-07T11:22:36-05:00

By Rebecca Hart, Marketing Manager In February 2020, COVID-19 was barely a household word. In fact, probably only those in the healthcare field were even talking about it. But a month later, that word would turn the world upside down. Now that it’s September, nearly 7 months past an initial worldwide reaction, we’re still reeling from the effects of the virus that shut down most of the world, and, we’re learning to adapt to keep our business running smoothly and seamlessly. This was uncharted territory. We hadn’t seen a global pandemic such as this one in our lifetimes. As a precautionary [...]

COVID-19: How We’ve Adapted Despite the Disruption2020-10-07T11:22:36-05:00

VFD vs VSD: Are They The Same?

2020-08-11T16:08:48-05:00

By Gary Patterson, Municipal Market Manager To answer that question simply: yes and no. Though, that’s not quite so simple, is it? As with most explanations, there’s a short answer and a long answer when we compare Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) with Variable Speed Drives (VSDs).  Variable frequency drives are variable speed drives but there are other types of variable speed drives. The most common is Eddy Current. There are two significant differences, however, and this is the short answer:  Eddy current drives change the speed of the coupling while leaving the motor speed to run at full speed.  VFD’s change [...]

VFD vs VSD: Are They The Same?2020-08-11T16:08:48-05:00
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