Fan systems
Fan systems

ZAplus stands for an axial fan placed in a compact unit made of high-strength composite material in which the motor and controller are integrated. Along with the combination of efficient individual elements, the composite material permits new shapes, which have a positive selective influence on the airflow. The fan in continuous duty saves an average of 150 euros per year according to current measurements. Simultaneously, the device is quieter or facilitates significant air reserves. It provides device manufacturers who are worried about the strict EU regulations on energy saving (ErP 2015) certainty as of now.

The fan meets the ErP 2015 specifications both with the energy-saving ECblue motors as well as with the traditional AC motors. And that allows the device manufacturers new flexibility. The ZAplus system (high-strength and light material) weighs at least eight kilograms less than today's commercially available systems.

Posted on March 14, 2013 - (50 views)
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