FRIEM S.p.A. POWER CONVERTERS
Founded in 1950 to design and manufacture high power converters, FRIEM continued to develop its know-how in energy conversion for industrial, energy and mobility applications.
Experience and knowledge
With continuous investments in research and development, FRIEM is a worldwide leader in IGBT, thyristors or diode type high power converters, applying the most advanced technologies. With the demand for reliable power increasing exponentially, FRIEM is at the forefront of the energy conversion industry, providing clients in diverse sector with dedicated solutions for their energy demand.
At the forefront of technology
Inverters and Power Converters for Heavy duty rectifier systems and Polarization Rectifiers for electrochemical industry.
Working now for the future
Inverters and Power Converters for Renewable Energies, Energy Storage Systems and Energy Management.
Knowledge into efficiency
High Power EV Converters and Customized Charging Stations including Battery Energy Storage Systems.
Tailored to customer’s needs
A variety of services to sustain our customer’s operations and support the whole life of their equipment all over the world.
Talking about smart glasses we deal with topics such as IoT, augmented reality and production continuity, all key opportunities to expand our solutions and expertise. FRIEM’s approach based on constant innovation has guided the company to evaluate solutions to provide an efficient support to its worldwide customers, and the new smart glasses service is the right answer to help FRIEM’s team in providing a reactive and quick solution to different necessities. Click and read more.
We have delivered 31 off grid power systems to be installed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With 24V and 259Ah battery bank capacity each, the systems are designed and manufactured to work at a very harsh desert condition up to 55 deg C and will bring green energy to 31 facilities.
We are present in more than 70 Countries Worldwide. With offices and production in the USA, Turkey, Brazil, South Africa, India and China.