The ebm-papst portfolio contains a new axial fan with double flange housing of size 1,250 mm for use in cooling towers. Extremely harsh ambient conditions with 100 percent humidity in combination with high temperatures can lead to corrosion and a high degree of wear.
Greenheck’s new GreenJet® axial transfer fans provide ventilation for ductless underground parking applications. In a ductless system, the garage still uses a main supply and exhaust duct, but the installation of an axial transfer fan eliminates the need for ductwork throughout the parking areas.
E Flow Technologies presents SMARTPACK™ flexible fan packs. A range of customizable axial fan packs, SMARTPACK is engineered to meet stringent low-noise and efficiency requirements in industrial and commercial ventilation, refrigeration. and heat exchange applications.
Ebm-papst says it has developed a new EC fan line that ensures efficient, economical, and quiet operation. The size 500 axial fans from ebm-papst were specially engineered for use in outdoor heat pumps and have now been optimized for energy efficiency and noise reduction.
Regal Beloit says its new DEC Star system combines patented technologies of Genteq® HEB blowers and axial flux Genteq motors to improve efficiency for HVAC appliances, and reduce input wattage by 15 to 35% over standard blowers with traditional ECM motors.
Continental Fan says its FADP Fiberglass Panel Fans provide aerodynamically superior performance in a direct drive design. The FADP fan is ideal for corrosive environments or contaminated air stream applications.
Rosenberg has released four new axial fans, complete with shrouds and finger guards for HVAC condenser applications. The fans are designed with profiled aluminum blades with winglet tips that aim to reduce noise and improve fan performance.
Continental Fan has introduced the new DXG & DXP AC Motorized Axials. The coupling of the motor and impeller minimizes space requirements and provides for vibration free operation. Both motor and impeller are located directly in the air stream, providing excellent heat dissipation and efficient motor cooling, according to the company.
Engineered Systems magazine’s May 2019 issue examines the role of HVAC systems and power in critical facilities via the University of Utah’s new, LEED Gold-certified Downtown Data Center; the role of codes and standards in mission critical facilities; why an engineer should consider a product’s functional requirements during the specification process; and much more.