At American Rotary, we serve a wide range of customers with a variety of rotary phase converters units. One such market segment is food and beverage production.
In this post, we take you to Kentucky where we visit with American Rotary customer, Purple Toad Winery, to learn about their business and how they use a phase converter to get the three-phase power they need to manufacture their product.
Whether you are in winemaking, brewing, or any type of food and beverage production, this video will give you a good idea of both the production ability and the output capacity of using a rotary phase converter to obtain three-phase power at an affordable cost.
Customer Profile – Purple Toad Winery
My American Rotary Setup
To learn more about how you can get high-quality three-phase power at low cost for your industrial food and beverage production needs, visit our Food Service Applications page.
Thanks to American Rotary customer, Michael Murray, we have a few videos to show you exactly what to expect when you receive an American Rotary phase converter. The unit used in these videos is an AD series model. So keep in mind, some things may vary depending on your specific order for your unique setup, but this should give you a good idea, especially when ordering a similar unit.
Phase Converter Unboxing:
Phase Converter Setup:
Phase Converter Wiring:
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As part of our trip to the Pacific Northwest earlier this year, we visited many unique businesses and many great business owners. One of those was Cook on Clay.
Cook on Clay specializes in making cookware with what’s known as “flameware” clay, which differs from the more commonly known stoneware. Because of their specialization in this variation of clay, they are able to set themselves apart from other potters that focus in cookware.
Despite making things with their hands, there is a lot more machinery involved when it comes to pottery than you might think. This where American Rotary is able to help so they can run a full operation doing what they love. Watch below to learn more.