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Sprint Electric Ltd

Rudford Industrial Estate
West Sussex
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01903 730000
Fax : 01903 730893
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Extended range of DC drives available from stock 14/04/2015
With a recently extended ranges of DC motor controllers, Sprint Electric can now offer a wide variety of products incorporating the latest digital DC drive technology.  Full Story...

DC drives regenerate energy 24/06/2013
With its recently extended PLX range, Sprint Electric believes it is able to offer the latest in regenerative three phase digital DC drive technology. Full Story...

Ethernet-based smart automation for DC drives 03/04/2012
At the SPS/IPC/Drives show in Nuremberg Sprint Electric introduced a new version of drive.web, an Ethernet-based distributed control system for its range of DC drives. Full Story...

DC drives available ex stock 28/06/2011
DC drives from Sprint Electric are available ex stock. The drives manufacturer offers 1 phase and 3 phase DC drives from stock up to 2250 Amps. Up to 87% of orders get dispatched from the factory in Arundel on the day of ordering. Full Story...

Sprint drives Vampire ride 09/02/2010
An exciting application of control technology saw UK theme park, Chessington World of Adventures turn to Sprint Electric for DC drives to use on its rollercoaster. Trains on the Vampire ride at the south-west London theme park and zoo make an average of 720 laps of the track in one day, causing a great deal of strain on the DC motor control system. Full Story...

Renolit favours DC solution 19/05/2009
Renolit Cramlington, a UK manufacturer of decorative surfacing materials, overhauled a near-obsolete control system for an embossing line, turning to Oracle Drive Systems for a drives and controls upgrade. Oracle went to Sprint Electric for DC drives. Full Story...