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29 July 2019
Orbital Pump from ebm-papst for Clean Car Exhaust Conversion

Orbital Pump from ebm-papst for Clean Car Exhaust

The International Motor Show for passenger vehicles in Frankfurt will again be opening its doors to accredited and general visitors in September 2019. In hall 4.1, booth E13, ebm-papst is showing the latest ventilation and drive engineering solutions for automotive applications, including pumps for AdBlue additives and fans for climate-controlled seats.

03 September 2019
fans for use in greenhousese - animation of airflow over plants and system

Fans for use in greenhouses

Modern agriculture is unthinkable without greenhouses. They make it possible to harvest crops independently of the seasons. But plants only thrive in them when the air supply and distribution are perfectly regulated. EC fans from ebm-papst are ideal for this task.

26 June 2019
ebm-papst international

ebm-papst pushing internationalization

The technology leader in fans and motors, ebm-papst, enjoys continued and profitable global growth. Despite a difficult market climate with political instabilities and shortage of material, the family-owned company with its headquarters in Baden-Wurttemberg finished the fiscal year 2018/19 on 31 March 2019 with sales revenues of € 2.183 billion.

17 May 2019

ebm-papst strengthens US business with second location.

ebm-papst is strengthening its business in North America with a second production site. In Johnson City, Tennessee, the world market leader for fans and motors will manufacture fans for refrigeration, air conditioning and ventilation applications. ebm-papst will move into an existing production building in Johnson City and start serial production in September 2019.

05 April 2019
Drives from ebm-papst for New Servo Controller Family from Siemens

Drives from ebm-papst for New Servo Controller Family from Siemens

With Simatic Micro-Drive, Siemens has added a new member to its drive system line family in the safety extra-low voltage range for DC/EC motors from 24 to 48 volts. To satisfy customer requirements with maximum flexibility, Siemens is relying on drive solutions from ebm-papst.

15 March 2019
AxiBlade sets benchmark – expansion of the product range

AxiBlade sets benchmark – expansion of the product range

Axial fans, which are used in air-conditioning and refrigeration systems such as evaporators, condensers, and heat pumps, must fulfill high requirements with regard to air flow, energy efficiency, and noise. The motor and fan specialist ebm-papst has already set a new benchmark here with the launch of the AxiBlade product range. Now this successful product range will be expanded to include additional fans in smaller sizes.

15 March 2019
RadiPac centrifugal fans for high pressure up to 2,500 pascals

Compact external-rotor fans turn up the pressure

When the air needed for air conditioning and ventilation is moved over long distances, the fans being used have to work at high pressure to ensure that the required amount of air is delivered in spite of back pressure. ebm-papst has specially adapted its RadiPac centrifugal fan to meet these requirements.

Yes! Your ebm-papst solution.

Our customers’ challenges are varied and not always straightforward. Our engineers will find the solution, as these examples show…

AxiBlade - Your ebm-papst solution.

The unique modular concept of the new AxiBlade guarentees optimum performance at each operating point - with system efficiency improvements of up to 54%

ACi4400 global voltage range 90 - 264 VAC

ACi4400 series - GreenTech EC compact fans now available in global voltage range 90 - 264 VAC.

Heating is now more convenient 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.