EC axial fans agricultural ventilation 2011-07 EN

EC axial fans
for agricultural ventilation
The engineer’s choice
version 07/2011
The new EC axial fans for agricultural ventilation
Energy-efficient fans are also becoming increasingly important in agriculture. Motivated by legal
requirements and increasing energy costs, the market is demanding new, energy-efficient solutions.
To accommodate this trend, ebm-papst has introduced the new axial fan series with energy saving
EC technology, fully in line with the GreenTech philosophy.
This brochure contains a selection of axial fans, starting from an outer diameter of 500 mm all the
way up to an outer diameter of 1250 mm. This corresponds to an air performance of up to 58.000
m³/h.
The fans have EC motors and consume, depending on the operating cycle, up to 70% less electrical
energy than comparable AC fans. Installation could not be easier: the fan is installed in the exhaust
duct or wall of the building using the attached wall ring plate. Alternatively, the fan is integrated
directly into a customer-side exhaust duct using an optional support structure.
Depending on the required air performance, customers can choose between a version with low
pressure increase and a version for higher pressure drops, such as those encountered in biofilters.
Depending on the attainable air performance, the fans are available in single-phase or three-phase
design, 50 or 60 Hz power supply system. The fans are controlled via the standard 0-10V interface
or an integrated bus interface.
Comprehensive corrosion protection measures have been taken that allow the fans to be used in
almost all climatic applications with outstanding operating reliability.
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Table of contents
The new EC axial fans for agricultural ventilation
2
GreenTech: The Green Company
4
Energy comparison
6
EC axial fans “low pressure”
8
EC axial fans “high pressure”
16
Electrical connections
26
Technical parameters & scope
30
ebm-papst representatives & subsidiaries
34
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Sustainability is at the centre of our
thoughts and actions. Out of conviction!
Eco-friendliness and sustainability have always been at the core of our thoughts and actions. For decades, we have worked
according to the simple but strict creed of our co-founder Gerhard Sturm: “Each new product we develop has to be better
than the last one in terms of economy and ecology.” GreenTech is the ultimate expression of our corporate philosophy.
GreenTech is pro-active development.
GreenTech is acknowledged and certified.
Even in the design phase, the materials and processes we use are optimi-
Every step in our chain of production meets the stringent standards of
sed for the greatest possible eco-friendliness, energy balance and –
environmental specialists and the public. The 2008 Environmental Prize
wherever possible – recyclability. We continually improve the material
of Baden-Wuerttemberg, the Green Award 2009, the Energy Efficiency
and performance of our products, as well as the flow and noise charac-
Award 2009 of the dena – to give just a few examples – testify to this.
teristics. At the same time, we significantly reduce energy consumption.
The environmental advantage gained in the performance of the products
Close co-operation with universities and scientific institutes and the pro-
developed from our GreenTech philosophy can also be measured in the
fessorship we endow in the area of power engineering and regenerative
fulfilment of the most stringent energy and environmental standards.
energies allows us to profit from the latest research findings in these
In many instances, our products are already well below the thresholds
fields – and at the same time ensure highly qualified young academics.
energy legislation will impose a few years from now – several times over.
GreenTech is eco-friendly production.
Our customers profit from this every day.
GreenTech also stands for maximum energy efficiency in our production
The heart of GreenTech is future-oriented EC technology from ebm-
processes. There, the intelligent use of industrial waste heat and ground-
papst. The EC technology at the core of our most efficient motors and
water cooling, photovoltaics and, of course, our own cooling and venti -
fans allows efficiency of up to 90%, saves energy at a very high level,
lation technology are of the utmost importance. Our most modern plant,
significantly extends service life and makes our products maintenance-
for instance, consumes 91% less energy than currently specified and
free. These values pay off not only for the environment, but every cent al-
required. In this way, our products contribute to protecting the environ-
so pays off for the user! All ebm-papst products – even those for which
ment, from their origin to their recyclable packaging.
GreenTech EC technology does not (yet) make sense from an application
viewpoint – feature the greatest possible connection of economy and
ecology.
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Energy comparison: axial fans size 800
The controlled ventilation of agricultural sheds is carried out primarily using axial fans. The fans are driven using single-phase asynchronous motors
installed in the hub, with speeds that are adjusted by changing the supply voltage. The disadvantage of this system is the relatively poor energy
balance. New motor and control configurations provide a significant improvement in energy balance. The following comparison between a conventional asynchronous fan and a GreenTech EC fan demonstrates this impressively.
AC axial fan
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GreenTech EC axial fan
External rotor technology
External voltage control
Integrated frequency inverter control
3~400 V
1~230 V
80
70
0,12
0,20
30
20
0,08
40
10
0,04
50
0,16
60
0,36
90
0,32
100
0,28
@ 30 Pa and partial-load operation
0,24
Comparison: 15.800 m3/h
Pa
Permanent magnet motor / GreenTech EC motor
0,40 in H2O
Asynchronous motor / AC motor
100%
75%
50%
psf
25%
0
qV
4000
4000
6000
8000
8000
12000
cfm
16000
m3/h
3500
h/a
Load profile
2000
3000
2760
2500
2000
2000
1500
1000
500
Time
500
Air flow
6
25
50
75
100
%
Energy comparison: axial fans size 800
GreenTech EC fan provides significant cost savings. This is shown in the
298
¤
If both fans are operated over the year with the specified load profile, the
283
268
250
253
following image as a function of the energy costs. For example, if the
electricity price is 0.10 EUR per kWh, annual savings of 149 EUR can be
238
223
209
200
194
expected.
179
164
150
149
100
Saving
per year
50
0,10
0,11
0,12
0,13
0,14
0,15
0,16
0,17
0,18
0,19
0,20
Electricity rate
¤/kWh
The following figure provides the view over a longer period. Here, the
¤
Figure: Annual savings as a function of the energy costs
annual operating costs of both fan concepts are added up over the years.
The load profile shown above also served as the basis for the calculation
AC
2000
here. The energy costs have been set at 0.10 EUR per kWh.
1500
1000
EC
Costs
500
Time
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Years
15000
m3/h
Figure: Operating costs over time at 0.10 EUR/kWh
The specific output of fans is an important and widely used statistic for
AC
their efficiency. This is shown by the power requirement in watts relative
to a delivery volume of 1000 m³/h . The graph shows the specific output
of both fan concepts, starting at the design operating point of 15.800 m³/h
40
30
EC
@ 30Pa. The GreenTech EC technology shows its advantages particularly
well in partial-load operation, i.e. at reduced speed. That is precisely
20
where barn fans are primarily operated. Another reason to decide in favour
10
Watt per
1000 m3/h
of groundbreaking EC technology.
qV
5000
10000
Figure: Comparison of specific fan power
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EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 560 - Ø 990
Frequency
Speed/rpm(1)
Max.
Input power (1)
Max.
Current draw (1)
Max. back pressure
Perm. amb. temp.
Mass without
attachments
VAC
Hz
rpm
kW
A
Pa
°C
kg
Type
Motor
*3G 560
M3G 112-EA
-5°
A
1~ 200-277
*3G 630
M3G 112-GA
-5°
B
*3G 710
M3G 112-IA
0°
C
*3G 800
M3G 112-IA
*3G 910
M3G 112-IA
*3G 990
M3G 150-FF
50/60
1000
0,40
1,80
100
-25..+60
7,2
S. 27 / L3)
1~ 200-277
50/60
1000
0,72
3,20
140
-25..+60
9,3
S. 27 / L3)
1~ 200-277
50/60
830
0,70
3,10
100
-25..+60
12,0
S. 27 / L3)
0°
D
1~ 200-277
50/60
710
0,73
3,20
100
-25..+60
12,1
S. 27 / L3)
0°
E
1~ 200-277
50/60
590
0,58
2,60
80
-25..+60
12,2
S. 27 / L3)
-5°
F
1~ 200-277
50/60
820
1,39
6,10
70
-25..+50
22,7
S. 28 / L9)
subject to alterations
(1) Nominal data in operating point with maximum load and 230 VAC
Air performance measured
in H2O
Pa
Curves
150
130
1000
293
1,29
67
35,1
1000
331
1,46
66
43,3
A
3
1000
400
1,80
69
74,1
B
1
1000
462
2,11
71
38,2
B
2
1000
518
2,36
69
45,9
Suction-side noise levels:
B
3
1000
720
3,20
71
94,8
LWA as per ISO 13347,
C
1
830
448
2,10
69
31,1
C
2
830
525
2,41
68
39,6
C
3
830
700
3,10
73
71,5
D
1
710
462
2,15
70
26,5
D
2
710
541
2,49
67
34,3
D
3
710
730
3,20
69
69,6
0,5
accidental contact
120
0,4
3
3 3
LpA measured at 1 m distance
to fan axis
90
D
80
The acoustic values given are
3
0,3
A
only valid under the measur-
70
3
ment conditions listed and
60
installation situation.
E
1
590
346
1,64
67
18,2
With any deviation to the stan-
E
2
590
445
2,07
65
27,0
dard setup, the specific values
E
3
590
580
2,60
71
58,5
F
1
820
1010
4,42
80
33,1
F
2
820
1170
5,10
79
41,3
F
3
820
1390
6,10
78
53,9
0,2
50
may vary depending on the
F
40
30
2
2
2 2
2
have to be checked and re-
0,1
2
20
viewed once installed or fitted!
E
C
10
psf
For detailed information
0
qV
8
1
5000
4000
8000
1
12000
1
1
10000
16000
1
15000
20000
see page 30 ff.
1
24000
cfm
28000
m3/h
LWA
SFP
dB(A) W/(1000m3/h)
2
without protection against
110
I
A
1
in ebm-papst full nozzle
B
Pe
W
A
Installation category A,
3
n
rpm
A
as per: ISO 5801,
140
100
Technical features and
electr. connections
Nominal
voltage range
Nominal data
Curve
Blade angle
– Material: Carrying ring: Steel, galvanised, primed and coated in black plastic
Wall ring: Sheet steel, pre-galvanised, primed and coated in black plastic
Blades (5): B D E Pressed-on round sheet steel plate; A C F Insertion part made of
sheet aluminium; Both versions are coated and extrusion-coated in PP plastics
Rotor: Primed and coated in black
Electronics enclosure: Die-cast aluminium, coated in black
– Direction of rotation: A B C clockwise, D E F counter-clockwise seen on rotor
– Type of protection: IP 54 (acc. to EN 60529)
– Insulation class: A B C D E "B" ("F" applying to the main components as per EN), F "F"
– Mounting position: Shaft horizontal or rotor on top
– Condensate discharges: Stator-side
– Mode of operation: Continuous operation (S1)
– Bearings: Maintenance-free ball bearings
Direction of air flow
– Technical features: See electrical connections p. 27 ff.
– EMC: F Interference emission acc. to EN 61000-6-3
A B C D E Interference emission acc. to EN 61000-6-4
Interference immunity acc. to EN 61000-6-2
Harmonics acc. to EN 61000-3-2/3
– Leakage current: < 3.5 mA acc. to EN 61800-5-1
– Terminal box: Electrical connection via terminal strip
– Protection class: I (acc. to EN 61800-5-1)
– Product conforming to standards: CE
– Approvals: CCC; VDE, GOST are applied for; UL, CSA on request
"A" ❯
Without
attachments
"A" ❯
With full
square nozzle
"A"
A3G 560-AP68 -35
W3G 560-DP68 -35
"A"
A3G 630-AQ37 -35
W3G 630-DQ37 -35
"A"
A3G 710-AO85 -35
W3G 710-DO85 -35
"A"
A3G 800-AO81 -35
W3G 800-DO81 -35
"A"
A3G 910-AO84 -35
W3G 910-DO84 -35
"A"
A3G 990-AW21 -55
W3G 990-DW21 -55
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Drawings
p. 10 ff.
Electr. connections
p. 27 ff.
EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 560 with motor M3G112, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Type
Without attachments
A3G 560-AP68 -35
Mass
kg
7,2
156±2
115±3
5x
˚
Ø552±2
Ø200±1
Ø165±0,5
72
56,5±0,6
Cable gland
M16x1,5
5xM6
212±3
Ø186±0,5
"A" ❯
Depth of screw
12-16 mm
With full square nozzle
Ø11
Ø576
207,5
16
135
"A" ❯
10
675±1
725-3
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 560-DP68 -35
18,9
EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 630 with motor M3G112, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Type
Without attachments
A3G 630-AQ37 -35
Mass
kg
9,3
158±2
123±3
5x
˚
Ø627±2
Ø200±1
Ø165±0,5
72
56,5±0,6
Cable gland
M16x1,5
5xM6
214±3
Ø186±0,5
"A" ❯
Depth of screw
12-16 mm
With full square nozzle
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 630-DQ37 -35
24,3
Ø11
Ø653
180±5
20
150
750±1
805-3
"A" ❯
11
EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 710 with motor M3G112, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Type
Mass
kg
A3G 710-AO85 -35
12,0
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 710-DO85 -35
26,9
161±2
136±3
5x
˚
Ø703±2
Ø200±1
Ø165±0,5
72
56,5±0,6
Cable gland
M16x1,5
5xM6
217±3
Ø186±0,5
"A" ❯
Depth of screw
12-16 mm
With full square nozzle
Ø11
Ø792
221±5
20
160
"A" ❯
12
810±1
850-3
EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 800 with motor M3G112, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Type
Mass
kg
A3G 800-AO81 -35
12,1
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 800-DO81 -35
33,3
150±2
131±3
5x
56,5±0,6
Cable
gland
M16x1,5
˚
Ø786±2
Ø200±1
Ø165±0,5
72
5xM6
Ø186±0,5
206,5±3
"A" ❯
Depth of screw
12-16 mm
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø857
245±5
17
190
910±1
970-3
"A" ❯
13
EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 910 with motor M3G112, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Type
Mass
kg
A3G 910-AO84 -35
12,2
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 910-DO84 -35
37,0
116±2
103±3
5x
56,5±0,6
Cable
gland
M16x1,5
˚
Ø905±2
Ø200±1
Ø165±0,5
72
5xM6
Ø186±0,5
200,5±3
"A" ❯
Depth of screw
12-16 mm
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø976
235±5
20
205
"A" ❯
14
1010±1
1070-3
EC axial fans “low pressure”
Ø 990 with motor M3G150, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
182±3
106±2
Mass
kg
A3G 990-AW21 -55
22,7
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 990-DW21 -55
52,9
8x
Type
˚
45
14xM10
6x6
0˚
Ø990±2
22,5˚
70
Cable gland
M20x1,5
250,5±1
"A" ❯
Ø232-2
Ø252±0,3
Ø275
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø1063
277±5
20
225
1110±1
1170-3
"A" ❯
15
EC axial fans “high pressure”
Ø 500 - Ø Z50
Frequency
Speed/rpm(1)
Max.
Input power (1)
Max.
Current draw (1)
Max. back pressure
Perm. amb. temp.
Mass without
attachments
VAC
Hz
rpm
kW
A
Pa
°C
kg
Type
Motor
*3G 500
M3G 112-EA
0°
A
1~ 200-277
*3G 630
M3G 150-IF
0°
B
*3G 710
M3G 150-IF
0°
C
*3G 800
M3G 150-GF
*3G 910
M3G 150-NA
*3G 990
M3G 150-NA
*3G Z50
M3G 200-LA
50/60
1420
0,75
3,40
175
-25..+60
7,2
S. 27 / L3)
3~ 380-480
50/60
1510
3,20
5,00
290
-25..+65
24,4
S. 26 / L5)
3~ 380-480
50/60
1250
2,83
4,30
240
-25..+60
25,3
S. 26 / L5)
0°
D
3~ 380-480
50/60
925
1,85
2,85
190
-25..+60
23,0
S. 26 / L5)
0°
E
3~ 380-480
50/60
1000
2,88
4,40
190
-25..+65
30,9
S. 26 / L5)
-5°
F
3~ 380-480
50/60
960
2,58
4,00
180
-25..+70
31,2
S. 26 / L5)
0°
G
3~ 380-480
50/60
645
4,10
6,70
180
-25..+60
66,0
S. 26 / L5)
subject to alterations
(1) Nominal data in operating point with maximum load and 230 VAC or 400 VAC
Air performance measured
in H2O
Pa
Curves
300
as per: ISO 5801,
4
in ebm-papst full nozzle
260
without protection against
1,0
B
accidental contact
240
0,8
C
4
4
4
180
4
0,6
3
3
3
549
2,52
79
1420
602
2,74
77
72,1
A
3
1420
705
3,20
73
109,5
A
4
1420
750
3,40
74
126,6
1510
2484
3,77
81
117,2
2
1510
2625
4,00
81
129,7
LWA as per ISO 13347,
B
3
1510
2863
4,40
81
158,7
LpA measured at 1 m distance
B
4
1510
3200
5,00
85
234,4
C
1
1250
2226
3,40
79
89,8
C
2
1250
2330
3,54
79
99,8
C
3
1250
2621
4,00
79
128,9
C
4
1250
2830
4,30
83
173,2
D
1
925
1221
1,85
72
50,7
D
2
925
1370
2,07
72
63,2
dard setup, the specific values
D
3
925
1661
2,50
76
101,7
have to be checked and re-
D
4
925
1850
2,85
80
140,2
installation situation.
E
F
With any deviation to the stan-
G
0,2
60
2
2 2 2
2
2
viewed once installed or fitted!
40
20
psf
For detailed information
0
qV
1
5000
10000
1
10000
20000
11
15000
1
20000
30000
60,6
1
may vary depending on the
D
80
16
1420
2
ment conditions listed and
A
0,4
100
1
A
B
only valid under the measur-
140
120
SFP
LWA
dB(A) W/(1000m3/h)
B
The acoustic values given are
3 3
I
A
to fan axis
4
160
3
Pe
W
Suction-side noise levels:
4
220
n
rpm
A
Installation category A,
280
200
Technical features and
electr. connections
Nominal
voltage range
Nominal data
Curve
Blade angle
– Material: Carrying ring: Steel, galvanised, primed and coated in black plastic
Wall ring: Sheet steel, pre-galvanised, primed and coated in black plastic
Blades (5): A Pressed-on round sheet steel plate; B C D E F G Insertion part made of
sheet aluminium; Both versions are coated and extrusion-coated in PP plastics
Rotor: Primed and coated in black
Electronics enclosure: Die-cast aluminium, coated in black
– Direction of rotation: A clockwise, B C D E F G counter-clockwise seen on rotor
– Type of protection: IP 54 (acc. to EN 60529)
– Insulation class: A "B" ("F" applying to the main components as per EN), B C D E F G "F"
– Mounting position: Shaft horizontal or rotor on top
– Condensate discharges: Stator-side
– Mode of operation: Continuous operation (S1)
– Bearings: Maintenance-free ball bearings
25000
40000
30000
50000
1
cfm
m3/h
see page 30 ff.
Direction of air flow
– Technical features: See electrical connections p. 26 ff.
– EMC: B C D E F G Interference emission acc. to EN 61000-6-3
A Interference emission acc. to EN 61000-6-4
Interference immunity acc. to EN 61000-6-2
Harmonics acc. to EN 61000-3-2/3
– Leakage current: < 3.5 mA acc. to EN 61800-5-1
– Terminal box: Electrical connection via terminal strip
– Protection class: I (acc. to EN 61800-5-1)
– Product conforming to standards: CE
– Approvals: A CCC; VDE, GOST are applied for; UL, CSA on request
B C D E F G CCC, UL, CSA; VDE, GOST are applied for
"A" ❯
Without
attachments
"A" ❯
With full
square nozzle
"A"
A3G 500-AM56 -35
W3G 500-DM56 -35
"A"
A3G 630-AU23 -35
W3G 630-DU23 -35
"A"
A3G 710-AU21 -35
W3G 710-DU21 -35
"A"
A3G 800-AT21 -35
W3G 800-DT21 -35
"A"
A3G 910-AV02 -35
W3G 910-DV02 -35
"A"
A3G 990-AZ02 -35
W3G 990-DZ02 -35
"A"
A3G Z50-AB02 -35
W3GZ50 -CB02 -35*
* with full round nozzle
n
rpm
Pe
W
I
A
LWA
dB(A)
Pspez.
Wh/1000m3
E
1
1000
1922
2,91
79
E
2
1000
2194
3,35
78
67,6
E
3
1000
2672
4,53
83
101,8
E
4
1000
2880
4,40
82
122,1
F
1
960
1492
2,27
85
42,6
F
2
960
1833
2,78
83
56,6
F
3
960
2428
3,70
84
93,4
F
4
960
2580
4,00
85
107,3
G
1
645
2694
4,64
79
46,0
G
2
645
3079
5,20
78
57,6
G
3
645
3825
6,33
80
93,3
G
4
645
4100
6,70
83
115,3
55,0
17
Drawings
p. 18 ff.
Electr. connections
p. 26 ff.
EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø 500 with motor M3G112, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Type
Without attachments
A3G 500-AM56 -35
Mass
kg
7,2
127±2
112±3
5x
˚
Ø497±2
Ø200±1
Ø165±0,5
72
56,5±0,6
Cable gland
M16x1,5
5xM6
183±3
Ø186±0,5
"A" ❯
Depth of screw
12-16 mm
With full square nozzle
Ø11
Ø517
180±5
16
120
"A" ❯
18
615±1
656-3
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 500-DM56 -35
17,2
EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø 630 with motor M3G150, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
211±3
145±2
Mass
kg
A3G 630-AU23 -35
24,4
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 630-DU23 -35
39,5
8x
˚
45
14xM10
Type
6x6
0˚
Ø627±2
22,5˚
70
Cable gland
M20x1,5
250,5±1
"A" ❯
Ø232-2
Ø252±0,3
Ø275
With full square nozzle
Ø11
Ø696
288±5
20
150
750±1
805-3
"A" ❯
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EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø 710 with motor M3G150, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
211±3
145±2
Mass
kg
A3G 710-AU21 -35
25,3
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 710-DU21 -35
42,4
8x
˚
45
14xM10
Type
6x6
0˚
Ø703±2
22,5˚
70
Cable gland
M20x1,5
250,5±1
"A" ❯
Ø232-2
Ø252±0,3
Ø275
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø772
274,5±5
20
170
"A" ❯
20
810±1
850-3
EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø 800 with motor M3G150, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
210±3
148±2
Mass
kg
A3G 800-AT21 -35
23,0
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 800-DT21 -35
42,8
8x
˚
45
14xM10
Type
6x6
0˚
Ø788±2
22,5˚
Cable gland
M20x1,5
57,5
238±1
"A" ❯
Ø232-2
Ø252±0,3
Ø275
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø857
267±5
17
190
910±1
970-3
"A" ❯
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EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø 910 with motor M3G150, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
190±3
119±2
Mass
kg
A3G 910-AV02 -35
30,9
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 910-DV02 -35
56,1
8x
Type
˚
45
14xM10
6x6
0˚
Ø905±2
22,5˚
Cable gland
M20x1,5
70
289,5±1
"A" ❯
Ø232-2
Ø252±0,3
Ø275
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø976
293±5
20
205
"A" ❯
22
1010±1
1070-3
EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø 990 with motor M3G150, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
182±3
106±2
Mass
kg
A3G 990-AZ02 -35
31,2
Type
Mass
kg
W3G 990-DZ02 -35
61,4
8x
Type
˚
45
14xM10
6x6
0˚
Ø990±2
22,5˚
Cable gland
M20x1,5
70
289,5±1
"A" ❯
Ø232-2
Ø252±0,3
Ø275
With full square nozzle
Ø14,5
Ø1063
277±5
20
225
1110±1
1170-3
"A" ❯
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EC Axialventilatoren “high pressure”
Ø Z50 with motor M3G 200, drawings for direction of air flow "A"
Without attachments
Depth of screw
max. 25 mm
220±3
158±2
Mass
kg
A3G Z50-AB02 -35
66,0
Type
Mass
kg
W3G Z50-CB02 -35
137,0
8x
8xM10
Type
˚
45
Ø1248±2
22,5˚
113
Cable gland
M20x1,5(2x)
M25x1,5(1x)
347,2±1,5
Ø280-2
Ø304±0,5
Ø325
"A" ❯
mit runder Volldüse
409±5
6xØ14
˚
60
6x
Ø1420
15˚
260
"A" ❯
24
Ø1480±1,2
Ø1560-3
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Electrical connections EC
L5)
RS485 MODBUS
Motor current limitation, alarm relay
Line undervoltage / phase failure detection
Electronics / motor overtemperature protection
Locked-rotor protection, soft start
Digital inputs for day/night switch,
enabling, cooling / heating
KL3
KL2
KL1
Ain2 I
Aout
Ain1 I
Din1
NO
COM
NC
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
Connector
Pin
Connection
Assignment / function
KL1
1
L1
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 3~380-480 VAC; 50/60 Hz
2
L2
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 3~380-480 VAC; 50/60 Hz
3
L3
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 3~380-480 VAC; 50/60 Hz
PE
Earth connection, PE connection
PE
KL2
KL3
L3
+20 V
+10 V
1
L2
Ain2 U
Ain1 U
14
GND
13
GND
12
Din3
11
RS B
10
Din2
9
RS A
8
L1
•
•
•
•
•
•
PE
Technical features:
• PFC (passive)
• Integrated PID controller
• Control input 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA
• Input for sensor 0-10 V or 4-20 mA
• Slave output 0-10 V max. 5 mA
• Output 20 VDC (±25 % / -10 %) max. 50 mA
• Output 10 VDC (+3 %) max. 10 mA
1
2
3
1
NO
Status relay, floating status contact; normally open; close with error
2
COM
Status relay; floating status contact; changeover contact; common connection; contact rating 250 VAC / 2 A (AC1)
3
NC
Status relay, floating status contact; break with error
1
RSA
Bus connection RS485; RSA; MODBUS RTU
2
RSB
Bus connection RS485; RSB; MODBUS RTU
3/10
GND
Signal ground for control interface KL3
4
Ain1 U
Analogue input 1 (set value); 0-10 V; Ri= 100 kΩ; parametrisable curves; only usable as alternative to input Ain1 I
5
+10 V
Fixed voltage output 10 VDC; + 10 V ±3 %; max. 10 mA; short circuit proof; power supply for ext. devices (e.g. potentiometer)
6
7
Ain1 I
Din1
Analogue input 1 (set value); 4-20 mA; Ri= 100 Ω; parametrisable curves; only usable as alternative to input Ain1 U
8
Din2
9
Din3
Digital input 1: enabling of electronics; enabling: open pin or applied voltage 5 to 50 VDC; disabling: bridge to GND or applied voltage < 1 VDC;
reset function: triggers software reset after a level change to <1 V
Digital input 2: parameter set switch 1/2; according to EEPROM setting, the valid/used parameter set is selectable per BUS or per digital input
DIN2. Parameter set 1: open pin or applied voltage 5 to 50 VDC; parameter set 2: bridge to GND or applied voltage < 1 VDC
Digital input 3: Control characteristic of the integrated controller; according to EEPROM setting, the control characteristic of the integrated controller is normally/inversely selectable per BUS or per digital input; normal: open pin or applied voltage 5 to 50 VDC (control deviation = actual
sensor value - set value) inverse: bridge to GND or applied voltage < 1 VDC (control deviation = set value - actual sensor value)
11
Ain2 U
Analogue input 2 (actual sensor value); 0-10 V; Ri= 100 kΩ; parametrisable curve; only usable as alternative to input Ain2 I
12
+20 V
Fixed voltage output 20 VDC; + 20 V +25/-10 %; max. 50 mA; short circuit proof; power supply for ext. devices (e.g. sensors)
13
14
Ain2 I
Aout
Analogue input 2 (actual sensor value); 4-20 mA; Ri= 100 Ω; parametrisable curve; only usable as alternative to input Ain2 U
Analogue output 0-10 V; max. 5 mA; output of the actual motor control factor (output voltage of electronics)/of the actual motor speed; function
selectable per bus; parametrisable curve.
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Electrical connections EC
L3)
Technical features:
• PFC (active)
• Control input 0-10 VDC / PWM
• Output 10 VDC max. 10 mA
• alarm relay
• Electronics / motor overtemperature protection
• Line undervoltage detection
• Motor current limitation
• Locked-rotor protection, soft start
Speed
setting
Full
speed
8
8
PE
2
PE1
1-10 V
AC1
P
L
AC2
N
4
COM
5
A1
N
3
NC
14
6
A2
12
10 V -> n = max
1 V -> n = min
<1 V -> n = 0
11
11
0-10 V
0-10 V
8
Speed setting
with
potentiometer
47 K
47 K
470 nF
10 V
10 V
11
11
10
Imax=10 mA
GND
12
0V
8
10 K
12
Customer circuit
Connection
Fan
N
L
COM
NC
0-10 V
+10 V
GND
Line 2
PE
Line 1
green/yellow
blue
black
white1
white2
yellow
red
blue
Line
No. Connection
Colour
Assignment / function
1
2
PE
green/yel.
Earth connection, PE connection
1
3
N
blue
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 1~200-277 VAC; 50/60 Hz; neutral
1
4
L
black
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 1~200-277 VAC; 50/60 Hz; phase
1
5
COM
white1
Status relay; floating status contact; changeover contact; common connection; contact rating 250 VAC / 2 A (AC1)
1
6
NC
white2
Status relay, floating status contact; option 1: break with error; option 2: break with error for run monitor error message
2
8
0-10 V
yellow
Control input, set value 0-10 VDC, impedance 100 kΩ, SELV
2
11
+10 V
red
Fixed voltage output 10 VDC (+/- 3%), max. 10 mA, supply voltage for external devices (e.g. potentiometer), SELV
2
12
GND
blue
Reference mass for control interface, SELV
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Electrical connections EC
L9)
RS485 MODBUS
alarm relay
Line undervoltage / phase failure detection
Motor current limitation
Electronics / motor overtemperature protection
Locked-rotor protection
soft start
KL3
KL2
KL1
+20 V
Ain2 I
Aout
+10 V
Ain1 I
Din1
NO
COM
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
Connector
Pin
Connection
Assignment / function
KL1
1
L1
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 1~200-277 VAC; 50/60 Hz; phase
2
N
Mains supply connection, supply voltage 1~200-277 VAC; 50/60 Hz; neutral
PE
Earth connection, PE connection
PE
KL2
KL3
N
Ain2 U
Ain1 U
14
GND
13
GND
12
Din3
11
RS B
10
Din2
9
RS A
8
L1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
PE
Technical features:
• PFC (active)
• Integrated PID controller
• Control input 0-10 VDC / PWM
• Input for sensor 0-10 V or 4-20 mA
• Slave output 0-10 V max. 5 mA
• Output 20 VDC (±25 % / -10 %) max. 50 mA
• Output 10 VDC (+3 %) max. 10 mA
1
2
1
NO
Status relay, floating status contact; option 1: close with error; option 2: close with run monitor error message
2
COM
Status relay; floating status contact; changeover contact; common connection; contact rating 250 VAC / 2 A (AC1)
3
NC
Status relay, floating status contact; option 1: break with error; option 2: break with error for run monitor error message
1
RSA
Bus connection RS485; RSA; MODBUS RTU
2
RSB
Bus connection RS485; RSB; MODBUS RTU
3/10
GND
Signal ground for control interface KL3; SELV
4
Ain1 U
Analogue input 1 (set value); 0-10 V; Ri= 100 kΩ; parametrisable curves; only usable as alternative to input Ain1 I
5
+10 V
Fixed voltage output 10 VDC; + 10 V ±3 %; max. 10 mA; short circuit proof; power supply for ext. devices (e.g. potentiometer)
6
7
Ain1 I
Din1
Analogue input 1 (set value); 4-20 mA; Ri= 100 Ω; parametrisable curves; only usable as alternative to input Ain1 U
8
Din2
9
Din3
Digital input 1: enabling of electronics; enabling: open pin or applied voltage 5 to 50 VDC; disabling: bridge to GND or applied
voltage < 0,8 VDC; reset function: triggers software reset after a level change to < 0,8 V
Digital input 2: parameter set switch 1/2; according to EEPROM setting, the valid/used parameter set is selectable per BUS or per digital input
DIN2. Parameter set 1: open pin or applied voltage 5 to 50 VDC; parameter set 2: bridge to GND or applied voltage < 0,8 VDC
Digital input 3: Control characteristic of the integrated controller; according to EEPROM setting, the control characteristic of the integrated controller is normally/inversely selectable per BUS or per digital input; normal: open pin or applied voltage 5 to 50 VDC (control deviation = actual
sensor value - set value) inverse: bridge to GND or applied voltage < 0,8 VDC (control deviation = set value - actual sensor value)
11
Ain2 U
Analogue input 2 (actual sensor value); 0-10 V; Ri= 100 kΩ; parametrisable curve; only usable as alternative to input Ain2 I
12
+20 V
Fixed voltage output 20 VDC; + 20 V +25/-10 %; max. 50 mA; short circuit proof; power supply for ext. devices (e.g. sensors)
13
14
Ain2 I
Aout
Analogue input 2 (actual sensor value); 4-20 mA; Ri= 100 Ω; parametrisable curve; only usable as alternative to input Ain2 U
Analogue output 0-10 V; max. 5 mA; output of the actual motor control factor (output voltage of electronics)/of the actual motor speed; function
selectable per bus; parametrisable curve.
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Technical parameters & scope
High standards for all ebm-papst products
Here at ebm-papst, we constantly strive to further improve our products in order to be able to offer you the best
possible product for your application. Careful monitoring of the market ensures that technical innovations are
reflected in the improvements of our products.
Based on the technical parameters listed below and the ambience you want our product to operate in,
we here at ebm-papst can always work out the best solution for your specific application.
General performance parameters
Service life
Any deviations from the technical data and parameters described here
The service life of ebm-papst products depends on two major factors:
are listed on the product-specific data sheet.
– The service life of the insulation system
– The service life of the bearing system
Type of protection
The service life of the insulation system mainly depends on voltage level,
The type of protection is specified in the product-specific data sheets.
temperature and ambient conditions, such as humidity and condensation.
The service life of the bearing system depends mainly on the thermal load
Insulation class
on the bearing.
The insulation class is specified in the product-specific data sheets.
The majority of our products use maintenance-free ball bearings for
any mounting position possible. As an option, sleeve bearings can be
Mounting position
used, which is indicated on the product-specific data sheet wherever
The mounting position is specified in the product-specific data sheets.
applicable.
The service life L10 of the ball bearings can be taken as approx. 40,000
Condensate discharge holes
operating hours at an ambient temperature of 40 °C, yet this estimate
Information on the condensate discharge holes is provided in the
can vary according to the actual ambient conditions.
product-specific data sheets.
We will gladly provide you with a lifetime calculation taking into account
your specific operating conditions.
Mode of operation
The mode of operation is specified in the product-specific data sheets.
Motor protection / thermal protection
Information on motor protection and thermal protection is provided in the
Protection class
product-specific data sheets.
The protection class is specified in the product-specific data sheets.
Depending on motor type and field of application, the following protective
features are realised:
– Thermal overload protection (TOP), either in-circuit or external
– PTC with electronic diagnostics
– Impedance protection
– Thermal overload protection (TOP) with electronic diagnostics
– Current limitation via electronics
If an external TOP is connected, the customer has to make sure to
connect a conventional trigger device for switching it off.
Products without fitted TOP and without protection against improper use,
a motor protection complying with the valid standards has to be installed.
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Left: Endurance test room
Middle: Shock test
Right: Chamber test rig
Mechanical strain / performance parameters
Legal and normative directives
All ebm-papst products are subjected to comprehensive tests complying
The products described in this catalogue are designed, developed and
with the normative specifications. In addition to this, the tests also reflect
produced in keeping with the standards in place for the relevant product
the vast experience and expertise of ebm-papst.
and, if known, the conditions governing the relevant fields of application.
Vibration test
Standards
Vibration tests are carried out in compliance with
Information on standards is provided in the product-specific data sheets.
– Vibration test in operation according to DIN IEC 68, parts 2-6
– Vibration test at standstill according to DIN IEC 68, parts 2-6
EMC
Information on EMC standards is provided in the product-specific data
Shock load
sheets.
Shock load tests are carried out in compliance with
Complying with the EMC standards has to be established on the final
– Shock load according to DIN IEC 68, parts 2-27
appliance, as different mounting situations can result in changed EMC
properties.
Balancing quality
Testing the balancing quality is carried out in compliance with
Leakage current
– Residual imbalance according to DIN ISO 1940
Information on the leakage current is provided in the product-specific
– Standard balancing quality level G 6.3
data sheets.
Should you require a higher balancing quality level for your specific
Measuring is according to IEC 60990.
application, please let us know and specify this when ordering your
product.
Approvals
In case you require a specific approval for your ebm-papst product
Chemo-physical strain / performance parameters
(VDE, UL, GOST, CCC, CSA, etc.) please let us know.
Should you have questions about chemo-physical strain, please direct
Most of our products can be supplied with the relevant approval.
them to your ebm-papst contact.
Information on existing approvals is provided in the product-specific
data sheets.
Fields of application, industries and applications
Our products are used in various industries and applications:
Air performance measurements
Ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration technology, clean room
All air performance measurements are carried out on suction side and on
technology, automotive and rail technology, medical and laboratory tech-
chamber test beds conforming to the specifications as per ISO 5801 and
nology, electronics, computer and office technology, telecommunications,
DIN 24163. The fans under test are installed in the measuring chamber at
household appliances, heating, machines and plants, drive engineering.
free air intake and exhaust (installation category A) and are operated at
Our products are not designed for use in the aviation and aerospace
nominal voltage, with AC also at nominal frequency, and without any
industry!
additional components such as guard grilles.
As required by the standard, the air performance curves correspond to
an air density of 1.2 kg/m3.
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Room for precision noise measuring
Measurement conditions for air and noise measurement
ebm-papst products are measured under the following conditions:
– Axial and diagonal fans in direction of rotation “V” in full nozzle and
without guard grille
– Backward curved centrifugal fans, free-running and with inlet nozzle
– Forward curved single and dual inlet centrifugal fans with housing
Noise measurements
All noise measurements are carried out in low-reflective test rooms with
reverberant floor. Thus the ebm-papst acoustic test chambers meet the
requirements of precision class 1 according to DIN EN ISO 3745. For noise
measurement, the fans being tested are placed in a reverberant wall and
operated at nominal voltage (for AC, also at nominal frequency) without
additional attachments such as the guard grille.
Sound pressure level and sound level
All acoustic values are established according to ISO 13347, DIN 45635
and ISO 3744/3745 to accuracy class 2 and given in A-rated form.
When the sound pressure level (Lp) is measured, the microphone is on
the intake side of the fan being tested, usually at a distance of 1 m on
the fan axis.
To measure the sound power level (Lw), 10 microphones are distributed
over an enveloping surface on the intake side of the fan being tested
(see graphic). The sound power level measured can be roughly calculated
1,5d
from the sound pressure level by adding 7 dB.
D
Measuring configuration as per ISO 13347-3 respectively DIN 45635-38:
10 measuring points
d≥D
h = 1,5d ... 4,5d
h
3d
Measurement area S = 6d2 + 7d (h + 1,5d)
2d
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15
dB
Adding multiple noise sources with the same level
pressure level of a fan is approximately 75 dB(A). The level increase measured from the diagram is 9 dB. Thus the overall sound level of the installation can be expected to be 84 dB(A).
10
9
Example: 8 A3G800 axial fans are on a condenser. According to the data sheet, the sound
5
the noise values specified in the data sheet. This is shown in the diagram opposite.
0
The noise characteristics of multiple identical fans can be determined in advance based on
Increase in sound pressure / sound power level
Adding 2 noise sources with the same volume results in a level increase of approx. 3 dB.
1
2
3
4
5
6 7 8 9 10
15
20 25
dB
Adding two noise sources with different levels
3
Number of sources of sound with identical level
4 dB. The level increase can now be read in the diagram as approx. 1.5 dB. This means that
the overall sound level of the unit can be expected to be 76.5 dB(A).
2
1,5
ating point and an axial fan A3G710 with 71 dB(A) in a ventilation unit. The level difference is
1
Example: There is an axial fan A3G800 with a sound pressure level of 75 dB(A) at the oper-
0
levels given in the data sheet. This is shown in the diagram opposite.
Increase in sound pressure / sound power level
The acoustic performance of two different fans can be predetermined based on the sound
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
Difference in level with two sources of sound
0
dB
Distance laws
dB
Sound power level is independent of distance to the sound source. In contrast to this, sound
-10
pressure level decreases the further away the noise source is. The adjacent diagram shows
the decrease in level under far sound field conditions. Far sound field conditions apply when-
decreases by 6 dB. In the near field of the fan, other correlations apply and the decrease in
levels can be considerably smaller. The following example only applies to far sound field
conditions and can vary strongly depending on the installation effects:
With an axial fan A3G300, a sound pressure level of 65 dB(A) was measured at a distance of
1 m. According to the adjacent diagram, at a distance of 20 m we would get a reduction by
-20
-26
-30
vant literature on this complex topic. Per doubling of distance, the level in the far sound field
-40
wavelength to be considered. For more information on far sound field, please consult the rele-
Decrease in sound pressure level
ever the distance between microphone and fan is big when compared to fan diameter and
1
Distance
2
5
10
20
50
100
m
26 dB, i.e. a sound pressure level of 39 dB(A).
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fan agent
compact fan agent
ebm-papst in Germany
motor specialist
motor agent
Germany
ebm-papst
Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG
ebm-papst
St. Georgen GmbH & Co. KG
ebm-papst
Landshut GmbH
Bachmühle 2
D-74673 Mulfingen
Phone +49 7938 81-0
Fax +49 7938 81-110
[email protected]
Hermann-Papst-Straße 1
D-78112 St. Georgen
Phone +49 7724 81-0
Fax +49 7724 81-1309
[email protected]
Hofmark-Aich-Straße 25
D-84030 Landshut
Phone +49 871 707-0
Fax +49 871 707-465
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com
www.ebmpapst.com
www.ebmpapst.com
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Berlin
Dipl.-Ing. (TH) Jens Duchow
Händelstraße 7
D-16341 Panketal
Phone +49 30 944149-62
Fax +49 30 944149-63
[email protected]
Heilbronn / Heidelberg
Dipl.-Ing. Mark Gartner
Gehrweg 12
D-74199 Unterheinriet
Phone +49 7130 404569-1
Fax +49 7130 404569-2
[email protected]
Bielefeld
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Wolf-Jürgen Weber
Niehausweg 13
D-33739 Bielefeld
Phone +49 5206 91732-31
Fax +49 5206 91732-35
[email protected]
Kassel
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ralph Brück
Hoherainstraße 3 b
D-35075 Gladenbach
Phone +49 6462 4071-10
Fax +49 6462 4071-11
[email protected]
Dortmund
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Hans-Joachim Pundt
Auf den Steinern 3
D-59519 Möhnesee-Völlinghausen
Phone +49 2925 800-407
Fax +49 2925 800-408
[email protected]
Koblenz
Winfried Schaefer
Hinter der Kirch 10
D-56767 Uersfeld
Phone +49 2657 16-96
Fax +49 2657 16-76
[email protected]
Frankfurt
Dipl.-Ing. Christian Kleffmann
Dr.-Hermann-Krause-Straße 23
D-63452 Hanau
Phone +49 6181 1898-12
Fax +49 6181 1898-13
[email protected]
Munich
Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. (FH) Jens Peter
Landsbergerstraße 14
D-86932 Pürgen
Phone +49 7971 260-180
Fax +49 7971 260-221
[email protected]
Halle
Dipl.-Ing. (TU) Michael Hanning
Lercheneck 4
D-06198 Salzatal / OT Lieskau
Phone +49 345 55124-56
Fax +49 345 55124-57
[email protected]
Nuremberg
Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. (FH) Axel Resch
Steinsfeldstraße 80
D-74626 Bretzfeld
Phone +49 7946 94401-02
Fax +49 7946 94401-03
[email protected]
Hamburg
Ingenieurbüro Breuell GmbH
Ing. Dirk Kahl
Elektroingenieur
Grützmühlenweg 40
D-22339 Hamburg
Phone +49 40 538092-19
Fax +49 40 538092-84
[email protected]
Offenburg
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ralf Braun
Hubeneck 21
D-77704 Oberkirch
Phone +49 7802 9822-52
Fax +49 7802 9822-53
[email protected]
Stuttgart
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Rudi Weinmann
Hindenburgstraße 100/1
D-73207 Plochingen
Phone +49 7153 9289-80
Fax +49 7153 9289-81
[email protected]
Ulm
M.Sc. Reinhard Sommerreißer
Am Silbermannpark 10
D-86161 Augsburg
Phone +49 821 6610-7023
Fax +49 821 6610-7024
[email protected]
Distributors
Frankfurt
R.E.D. Handelsgesellschaft mbH
Gutenbergstraße 3
D-63110 Rodgau - Jügesheim
Phone +49 6106 841-0
Fax +49 6106 841-111
[email protected]
www.red-elektromechanik.de
Hamburg
Breuell + Hilgenfeldt GmbH
Grützmühlenweg 40
D-22339 Hamburg
Phone +49 40 538092-20
Fax +49 40 538092-84
[email protected]
Munich
A. Schweiger GmbH
Ohmstraße 1
D-82054 Sauerlach
Phone +49 8104 897-0
Fax +49 8104 897-90
[email protected]
www.schweiger-gmbh.com
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North
Breuell + Hilgenfeldt GmbH
Grützmühlenweg 40
D-22339 Hamburg
Phone +49 40 538092-20
Fax +49 40 538092-84
[email protected]
South
HDS Ventilatoren Vertriebs GmbH
Glaswiesenstraße 1
D-74677 Dörzbach
Phone +49 7937 8033520
Fax +49 7937 8033525
[email protected]
ebm-papst in Europe
Europe
Austria
ebm-papst Motoren & Ventilatoren GmbH
Straubingstraße 17
A-4030 Linz
Phone +43 732 321150-0
Fax +43 732 321150-20
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.at
Belarus
ebm-papst Bel AgmbH
P.O. Box 117
BY-220138 Minsk
Phone +375 17 3851556
Fax +375 17 3851556
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.by
Belgium
ebm-papst Benelux B.V.
Sales office Belgium-Luxemburg
Romeinsestraat 6/0101
Research Park Haasrode
B-3001 Heverlee-Leuven
Phone +32 16 396-200
Fax +32 16 396-220
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.be
Bulgaria
ebm-papst Romania S.R.L.
Str. Tarnavei Nr. 20
RO-500327 Brasov
Phone +40 268 312-805
Fax +40 268 312-805
[email protected]et.ro
Croatia
ebm-papst Industries Kft.
Ezred u. 2.
H-1044 Budapest
Phone +36 1 8722-190
Fax +36 1 8722-194
[email protected]
Czech Republic / Slovakia
ebm-papst CZ s.r.o.
Kaštanová 34a
CZ-620 00 Brno
Phone +420 544 502-411
Fax +420 547 232-622
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.cz
Denmark
ebm-papst Denmark ApS
Vallensbækvej 21
DK-2605 Brøndby
Phone +45 43 631111
Fax +45 43 630505
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.dk
Estonia
ebm-papst Oy, Eesti Filiaal
Kesk tee 13
Aaviku küla, Jüri Tehnopark
EST-75301 Rae Vald, Harjumaa
Phone +372 65569-78
Fax +372 65569-79
www.ebmpapst.ee
Finland
ebm-papst Oy
Puistotie 1
FIN-02760 Espoo
Phone +358 9 887022-0
Fax +358 9 887022-13
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.fi
France
ebm-papst sarl
ZI Nord - rue A. Mohler
BP 62
F-67212 Obernai Cedex
Phone +33 820 326266
Fax +33 3 88673883
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.fr
Greece
Helcoma
Th. Rotas & Co OE
Davaki 65
GR-17672 Kallithea-Attiki
Phone +30 210 9513-705
Fax +30 210 9513-490
[email protected]
www.helcoma.gr
Hungary
ebm-papst Industries Kft.
Ezred u. 2.
H-1044 Budapest
Phone +36 1 8722-190
Fax +36 1 8722-194
[email protected]
Iceland
RJ Engineers
Stangarhyl 1a
IS-110 Reykjavik
Phone +354 567 8030
Fax +354 567 8015
[email protected]
www.rj.is
Ireland
ebm-papst UK Ltd.
Chelmsford Business Park
GB-Chelmsford Essex CM2 5EZ
Phone +44 1245 468555
Fax +44 1245 466336
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.co.uk
AuBren Limited
Portlaoise Business & Technology Park
Mountrath Road
IRL-Portlaoise, Co. Laois
Phone +353 57 8664343
Fax +353 57 8664346
[email protected]
www.aubren.com
Italy
ebm-papst Srl
Via Cornaggia 108
I-22076 Mozzate (Co)
Phone +39 0331 836201
Fax +39 0331 821510
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.it
Macedonia
ebm-papst Industries Kft.
Ezred u. 2.
H-1044 Budapest
Phone +36 1 8722-190
Fax +36 1 8722-194
[email protected]
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fan agent
compact fan agent
ebm-papst in Europe
motor specialist
motor agent
Netherlands
ebm-papst Benelux B.V.
Engelseweg 127
NL-5705 AC Helmond
Phone +31 492 502-900
Fax +31 492 502-950
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.nl
Russia
ebm-papst Ural GmbH
Posadskaja-Strasse, 23(E), 3
RU-620102 Ekaterinburg
Phone +7 343 2338000
Fax +7 343 2337788
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.ur.ru
Switzerland
ebm-papst AG
Rütisbergstrasse 1
CH-8156 Oberhasli
Phone +41 44 73220-70
Fax +41 44 73220-77
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.ch
Norway
ebm-papst AS
P.B. 173 Holmlia
N-1203 Oslo
Phone +47 22 763340
Fax +47 22 619173
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.no
ebm-papst Rus GmbH
proezd 4529, vladenie 5, stroenie 1
RU-141000 Mytistschi, Oblast Moskau
Phone +7 495 9807524
Fax +7 495 5140924
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.ru
Turkey
Akantel Elektronik San. Tic. LTD. Sti.
Atatürk Organize Sanayi
Bölgesi 10007 SK. No.:6
TR-35620 Cigli-Izmir
Phone +90 232 3282090
Fax +90 232 3280270
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.tr
Poland
ebm-papst Polska Sp. z o.o.
ul. Annopol 4A
PL-03236 Warszawa
Phone +48 22 6757819
Fax +48 22 6769587
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.pl
Portugal
ebm-papst (Portugal), Lda.
Centro Empresarial de Alverca
Rua de Adarse, Vale D’Ervas
Corpo D / Fracção 3
P-2615-178 Alverca do Ribatejo
Phone +351 218 394 880
Fax +351 218 394 759
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.pt
Romania
ebm-papst Romania S.R.L.
Str. Tarnavei Nr. 20
RO-500327 Brasov
Phone +40 268 312-805
Fax +40 268 312-805
[email protected]
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Serbia & Montenegro
ebm-papst Industries Kft.
Ezred u. 2.
H-1044 Budapest
Phone +36 1 8722-190
Fax +36 1 8722-194
[email protected]
Spain
ebm-papst Ibérica S.L.
Avda. del Sistema Solar, 29
E-28830 San Fernando de Henares (Madrid)
Phone +34 91 6780894
Fax +34 91 6781530
[email protected]
Sweden
ebm-papst AB
Äggelundavägen 2
S-17562 Järfälla
Phone +46 10 4544400
Fax +46 8 362306
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.se
Ukraine
ebm-papst Ukraine LLC
Lepse Boulevard, 4, Building 47
UA-03067 Kiev
Phone +38 044 2063091
Fax +38 044 2063091
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.ua
United Kingdom
ebm-papst UK Ltd.
Chelmsford Business Park
GB-Chelmsford Essex CM2 5EZ
Phone +44 1245 468555
Fax +44 1245 466336
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.co.uk
ebm-papst Automotive & Drives (UK) Ltd.
The Smithy
Fidlers Lane
GB-East Ilsley, Berkshire RG20 7LG
Phone +44 1635 2811-11
Fax +44 1635 2811-61
A&[email protected]
www.ebmpapst-ad.com
ebm-papst in America and Africa
America
Argentina
ebm-papst de Argentina S.A.
Hernandarias 148 Lomas del Mirador
Pcia. de Buenos Aires (1752)
Phone +54 11 46576135
Fax +54 11 46572092
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.ar
Brasil
ebm-papst Motores Ventiladores Ltda.
Av. José Giorgi, 301 Galpões B6+B7
Condominio Logical Center
BR-06707-100 Cotia - São Paulo
Phone +55 11 4613-8700
Fax +55 11 3164-8924
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.br
USA
ebm-papst Inc.
P.O. Box 4009
100 Hyde Road
USA-Farmington, CT 06034
Phone +1 860 674-1515
Fax +1 860 674-8536
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.us
ebm-papst Automotive & Drives, Inc.
3200 Greenfield, Suite 255
USA-Dearborn, MI 48120
Phone +1 313 406-8080
Fax +1 313 406-8081
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst-automotive.us
Africa
South Africa
ebm-papst South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
P.O. Box 3124
1119 Yacht Avenue
ZA-2040 Honeydew
Phone +27 11 794-3434
Fax +27 11 794-5020
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.co.za
Canada
ebm-papst Canada Inc.
1800 Ironstone Manor, Unit 2
CDN-Pickering, Ontario, L1W3J9
Phone +1 905 420-3533
Fax +1 905 420-3772
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.ca
Mexico
ebm Industrial S.de R.L. de C.V.
Paseo de Tamarindos 400-A-5to Piso
Col. Bosques de las Lomas
MEX-Mexico 05120, D.F.
Phone +52 55 3300-5144
Fax +52 55 3300-5243
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.mx
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fan agent
compact fan agent
ebm-papst in Asia and Australia
motor specialist
motor agent
Asia
China
ebm-papst Ventilator (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
No. 418, Huajing Road
WaiGaoQiao Free Trade Zone
No. 2001, Yang Gao (N) Road
VRC-200131 Shanghai, P.R. of China
Phone +86 21 5046-0183
Fax +86 21 5046-1119
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.cn
Hong Kong
ebm-papst Hong Kong Ltd.
Unit No. 13,9 / F
Technology Park, 18 On Lai Street
Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin N.T.
Hong Kong - P.R. of China
Phone +852 2145-8678
Fax +852 2145-7678
[email protected]
India
ebm-papst India Pvt. Ltd.
26/3, G.N.T. Road, Erukkencherry
IND-Chennai-600118
Phone +91 44 25372556
Fax +91 44 25371149
[email protected]n.ebmpapst.com
www.ebmpapst.in
Indonesia
ebm-papst Indonesia
Representative Office
German Centre, 4th Floor, Suite 4470
Jl. Kapt. Subijono Dj. Bumi Serpong Damai
RI-15321 Tangerang
Phone +62 21 5376250
Fax +62 21 5388305
[email protected]
Israel
Polak Bros. Import Agencies Ltd.
9 Hamefalsim Street
IL-Kiryat Arie, Petach-Tikva 49514
Phone +972 3 9100300
Fax +972 3 5796679
[email protected]
www.polak.co.il
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Japan
ebm-papst Industries Japan K.K.
12 Floor, Benex S-3 Bldg.
3-20-8 Shinyokohama, Kohoku-ku
J-222-0033 Yokohama
Phone +81 45 47057-51
Fax +81 45 47057-52
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.jp
Korea
ebm-papst Korea Co. Ltd.
6F, Trutec Bldg.
B 6-2, Digital Media City (DMC)
Sangam-Dong, Mapo-Gu
ROK-Seoul 121-270
Phone +82 2 366213-24
Fax +82 2 366213-26
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.co.kr
Malaysia
ebm-papst Malaysia
Representative Office
Unit 12-2, Jalan USJ Sentral 3
Persiaran Subang, Selangor Darul Ehsan
MAL-47600 Subang Jaya
Phone +60 3 8024-1680
Fax +60 3 8024-8718
[email protected]
Singapore
ebm-papst SEA Pte. Ltd.
No. 23 Ubi Road 4
#06-00 Olympia Industrial Building
SGP-Singapore 408620
Phone +65 65513789
Fax +65 68428439
[email protected]
Taiwan
ETECO Engineering & Trading Corp.
10F-I, No. 92, Teh-Wei Str.
RC-Tsow-Inn District, Kaohsiung
Phone +886 7 557-4268
Fax +886 7 557-2788
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.tw
Thailand
ebm-papst Thailand Co., Ltd.
99/349 Na-Nakorn Bldg., 4th Floor
Chaeng Wattana Road, Thungsonghong,
THA-10210 Laksi, BKK
Phone +66 2 57615-24
Fax +66 2 57615-42
[email protected]
United Arab Emirates
ebm-papst Middle East FZE
PO Box 17755
Jebel Ali Free Zone / FZS1 / AP05
UAE-Dubai
Phone +971 4 88608-26
Fax +971 4 88608-27
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.ae
Vietnam
ebm-papst Vietnam
Representative Office
Room #102, 25 Nguyen Van Thu Street
District 1
VN-Ho Chi Minh City
Phone +84 8 39104099
Fax +84 8 39103970
[email protected]
Australia
Australia
ebm-papst A&NZ Pty Ltd.
10 Oxford Road
AUS-Laverton North, Victoria, 3026
Phone +61 3 9360-6400
Fax +61 3 9360-6464
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.au
New Zealand
ebm-papst A&NZ Pty Ltd.
102 Henderson Valley Road
NZ-Henderson, Auckland 1230
Phone +64 9 837-1884
Fax +64 9 837-1899
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com.au
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Printed in Germany
ebm-papst
Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG
Bachmühle 2
D-74673 Mulfingen
Phone +49 7938 81-0
Fax +49 7938 81-110
[email protected]
www.ebmpapst.com