18.03.2018 - 23.03.2018 — Hall: 11.0 Stand: C 02
FRAKO Kondensatoren- und Anlagenbau GmbH is based in southwestern Germany in Teningen. Internationally FRAKO stands for competence and technology leadership in Power Factor Correction, Power Quality and Energy Management.
The company which was founded 1928 as “Frankfurter Kondensatoren Fabrik” is a pioneer in manufacturing of Power Factor Correction Capacitors.
Our power capacitors incorporate a fourfold safety system for maximum operational reliability. They are the first choice when consumers worldwide need to reduce reactive power, improve power quality and avoid charges for reactive demand.
If the operation of loads causing serious harmonics problems calls for an improvement of the network quality, FRAKO supplies the products and services needed for safe and reliable operation, but above all provides solutions tailored to ensure optimum power quality in a given network. The technological lead of our components and instruments, plus the decades of experience of our technicians in analysing and optimizing networks, ensure that you obtain the optimum solution for good network power quality.
FRAKO Energy Management Systems can help any business to reduce its operating costs by metering, documenting and visualizing the energy consumption of utilities. Our instruments, systems and software optimize power consumption by providing information and responding intelligently. In addition, the FRAKO Energy Management System is a basis for certification according to DIN EN ISO 50001.
FRAKO – Leading edge technology for safe and reliable network solutions.
FRAKO power capacitors offer ‘Made in Germany’ quality and form the optimum basis for both fixed...
If the operation of loads causing serious harmonics problems calls for an improvement of the network...
The contemporary styling of the FRAKO EM-MC 2200 Maximum Controller accentuates its user-friendly...
Components: Capacitor Switching Contactors Harmonic Filter Reactors Power Factor...
Complex manufacturing processes and growing levels of automation are making increasing demands on...