New NFPA Customer Technology Trends Study – Industrial Hydraulics and Variable Speed Drives

The latest in a continuing series of reports designed to bring customer input to the industry, the new Customer Technology Trends report is based on a survey results from almost 2,000 respondents. It examines the rate adoption of variable speed drives with hydraulic systems now and in the future, how that adoption varies among industrial markets, and some of the reasons users of hydraulics are pairing hydraulics with variable speed drive technology.

A preview of the report was offered this past week at NFPA’s Industry & Economic Outlook Conferenceand NFPA members can now download the full report from the NFPA website at the following link:

Previous Customer Technology Trends reports can also be downloaded at the same location, including those covering markets such as Construction Machinery, Packaging Machinery, Mining and Oil & Gas Drilling, and Pharmaceuticals.

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