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SPONSORED ebm-papst to highlight energy saving potential

22 April 2013

Manufacturer of high-efficiency EC fans and motors, ebm-papst will highlight its energy saving credentials at this year’s Facilities Show

ebm-papst will be announcing news on its fan deck assembly offering, as well as giving away free site surveys to all stand attendees to see how its EC fans can help them save on their building’s energy consumption.

Helen McHugh, Head of Sustainability at ebm-papst UK, says: “ebm-papst case studies reveal that energy savings of up to 78% can be achieved through direct HVAC upgrade.”

“With typical payback periods of 1-2 years and end users achieving significant financial savings in addition to lowering carbon emissions, ebm-papst’s EC fan technology offers customers incredible benefits.”

Helen will be speaking at the event with a joint presentation with Emerson Network Power, entitled ‘How to reduce the energy consumption of your building’, taking place on Thursday 16th May at 1.30pm in the Energy Management Theatre.

Focusing on energy usage within commercial buildings, Helen will highlight how fans and pumps consume energy, revealing the best ways to reduce consumption and carbon emissions.

Fans are the main consumers of energy within HVAC equipment and ebm-papst’s EC technology increases efficiency, in turn reducing the overall energy consumption. Not only does ebm-papst manufacture the highest efficiency fans for new build equipment, the company also works with building owners and managers to reduce the energy consumption of their existing equipment.

ebm-papst’s stand (F96) will demonstrate the core benefits of EC technology in comparison with AC, and experts from ebm-papst will be on-hand throughout the exhibition to discuss how it can help to cut energy consumption across the UK.


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