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14 October 2014

Fans for evaporators and unit coolers

The energy-saving fan, designed specifically for use in evaporators, is impressively efficient, extremely reliable and boasts a long service life. When designing and manufacturing this energy-saving fan for evaporators, great emphasis was placed on sustainability and the preservation of resources.

13 October 2014

MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS wins 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Constructors Championship

MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS has won the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Constructors Championship*. Team partner and fan specialist ebm-papst already made its contribution to MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS winning the championship in their very first collaborative Formula One season.

03 June 2014

ebm-papst's Cooling Solutions for F1 W05 Prix Racing Cars

MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One teams are using cars cooled with ebm-papst fans that will race in the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas from October 31 to November 2!

01 April 2014

ebm-papst Inc. and the Connecticut Science Center take sailing to a new level with re-vamped learning experience

Retrofitted Sailboat Air Track exhibit uses company’s advanced fan arrays; lighting and construction upgrades increase the ‘wow’ factor for young visitors.

Four Questions to select the right fan

Customers often ask: what is the most efficient fan? The simple answer? Backward curved impellers

ebm-papst shares latest technology at annual American Society of Gas Engineers!

This past summer, Tom Costello, Market Manager – Appliance & Heating Gas, was invited to speak at the American Society of Gas Engineers (ASGE) National Conference on the subject of gas-air ratio control technologies for high efficiency gas fired appliances.