Energy Efficient Industrial Fans Urged

28 04 2011

Industrial fans that reduce carbon emissions are high in demand in both the private and public sector, a leading manufacturer states.

This is in an attempt to not only prevent harmful gases from damaging the environment, but also to cut energy costs which are becoming increasingly expensive for those in industry, and consumers too.

Industrial fan manufacturer, ebm-papst, is on a mission to promote carbon reduction by providing information on the potential for energy saving in HVAC systems.

Air conditioning, ventilation, heat recovery and other heating and cooling requirements in buildings and industry make up a large percentage of overall energy consumption, so ebm-papst say it is worth investing in energy saving products.

“With the built environment under increasing pressure to reduce energy consumption for both economic and environmental reasons, it is now more important than ever for people to realise the energy saving potential of EC fans,” said Helen McHugh, ebm-papst UK head of sustainable technology.

“It is important to let people know that they can easily retrofit EC fans into their existing HVAC applications, offering not only significant energy savings but also improved performance and reduced noise.”

With certain fans and blowers, ebm-papst states energy consumption can be reduced by around 30 percent, with the potential to save even more by taking advantage of the simple controllability of EC motor technology,

While some fans will be prohibited under the Energy Related Products (ErP), the ebm-papst EC fans already meet their 2015 requirements.

Industrial Fan Suppliers

Industrial fans are often used in factories where they require a constant temperature to produce certain goods or products.  These fans are then vital to the quality of the products.

Challenger Components has 50 years experience in providing the right industrial fans for clients’ requirements, they also stock ebm-papst products.

Visit: for more information, and to discuss your requirements in more detail.




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