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ebm-papst launches a 'energy efficient' axial fan series

 ebm-papst, has launched a series of new ultra-efficient axial fans for cooling units and evaporators, which are claimed to decrease energy consumption by up to 25 per cent.

The main application for the fans will be supermarkets and their primary function will be to maintain cool temperatures within cold stores.

The axial fans from the AxiCool series are available in sizes of 300, 350 and 450 mm, so they are suited to a wide variety of typical evaporator applications.

The AxiCool axial fans are available with both AC and energy-efficient GreenTech EC motors, and they are available in a number of different formats including: standard with guard grille and standard with air guarding system.

Designed with the food retail environment in mind, the AxiCool range is easy to clean, cheap to maintain and hard-wearing. 

The customer can integrate a heating band in the two-part hollow wall ring. The hollow chamber in the wall ring reduces the entry of heat into the evaporator’s refrigeration chamber. So heat is generated where it is really needed and prevents ice forming between the axial impellers and the wall ring. The heating band can also be inserted later thanks to the removable wall ring.

The integrated mounting flange with swivel joint simplifies cleaning of the evaporator or heat exchanger. The four mounting screws simply need to be loosened to swing the axial fan to the side.

Integrated drain channels are part of the wallring design which helps prevent ice forming between the wallring and fan impeller thus blocking the fan.

For more information visit: www.ebmpapst.co.uk

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