Fans and blowers redesigned for new European Directive

fan
Redesigned in readiness for the implementation of a European Directive next year is ebm-papst’s RER range of fans.
ebm-papst UK has redesigned the impeller on its RER and RG160 range of DC blowers to comply with European Directive 2002/95.RG (RoHS), which prohibits the use of lead for balancing fan impellers. This directive comes into force on 1 July 2006, and ebm-papst has reacted well in advance to redesign the fan to produce a blower that is 8 dB quieter at its optimum operating point than the previous model. These fans are said to be almost three times quieter than existing products. The price is unchanged.
Related links:



modbs tv logo

ECA urges careful planning amid ongoing materials shortage

The ECA is urging its Members, as well as the wider industry, to continue to exercise caution and plan as far ahead as possible on projects involving cable management systems (CMS).

George Clarke to open BESA Conference

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has confirmed that this year’s National Conference will take place on November 3 and 4 and will once again be a ’virtual’ event.