ebm-papst promote EC fans to reduce carbon emission

12 09 2011

As one of the leading global manufacturers of high-efficiency fans, ebm-papst is set to promote carbon reduction at the forthcoming Energy Solutions Expo 2011.

A number of modern companies in both the public and private sector are constantly striving to find methods of improving the carbon efficiency.

There is a growing feeling that the use of fans is not considered enough by companies as they strive to help the environment.

However, considering the vast emphasis on air conditioning, heat recovery and ventilation in offices throughout the world, is it time we gave this are more attention.

Representatives from ebm-papst will discuss how the use of specialist EC Fans could reduce energy consumption by fans in such buildings by up to 30%.

Helen McHugh, Head of Sustainable Technology at ebm-papst UK, was certainly enthusiastic about the impact EC fans could have.

“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.

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.”

Alongside this, it is also important to note the new legislation within the European Union which requires all thermal management components, including fans, to comply with new energy consumption targets.

It is with this in mind that ebm-papst is putting such an emphasis on their new range of EC fans. It is felt that they are the perfect solution to the question of the best way to reduce carbon emission without necessarily overhauling existing ventilation systems.

For additional information on all ebm-past products, as well as those from other leading electronic manufacturers, visit www.challengercomponents.com

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