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Variable frequency drives (VFDs) have most commonly been used in water treatment plants, where they’re used to regulate water flow. But in recent years, they’ve grown in popularity throughout many areas of the industry. But if you’ve clicked on this article, you’re probably at least somewhat familiar with VFDs, so let’s dive right into the benefits.