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18 April 2017

ebm-papst Acquires Guard Grill Specialist Lae

ebm-papst Group base in Mulfingen (Baden-Wurttemberg) has acquired Lae S.r.l., specialist for fan guard grills, retroactively effective January 1, 2017.

10 April 2017

Smart Refrigerator Fans Join the Internet of Things

BUS communication for evaporator and condenser fans in display cases and bottle coolers give end users unprecedented control of fan operation, saving energy and limiting down-time.

07 April 2017

VG100 - Heating is now more convenient.

Compact gas blower as first representative of new platform. High modulation rates in power range to 50 kW for gas-condensing technology.

22 March 2017

Aerodynamics check for the new F1 car. "The vehicle was designed systematically."

The new Formula OneTM car from Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport not only looks spectacular – it features exciting aerodynamic details. Dr. Bruno Lindl, Managing Director of Research and Development at the ebm-papst Group, an aerodynamics expert, takes a closer look at the car.

07 March 2017

Interface of the future

Two fans per running meter are normally installed in supermarket refrigerated display cases, which are in operation almost 24 hours a day. The rugged and compact energy-saving fans from ebm-papst with their high-efficiency GreenTech EC motors are ideal for this application. Now they feature a MODBUS RTU interface for remote monitoring, control and regulation.

Heating is now more convenienct with our new VG 100.

The new generation of compact and efficient gas blowers for condensing boilers.

G3G 315 gas blower

The first gas blower for large-scale applications up to 2 megawatts.

Extractor hood downwards

BORA extractors are built into the cooktop, where they can draw off the vapors where they originate. Therefore fans from ebm-papst work in the background.