Technical Manager | ebm-papst UK Ltd
My background is in Mechanical & Production Engineering however working for ebm-papst that has expanded into electro-mechanical, some electronic and acoustic engineering. When it comes to acquiring and passing on knowledge, I try to keep it as simple and as least painful as possible. I am happy to receive feedback and if there are any questions that arise from anything that gets published. If I don't know the answer to your question immediately, I am sure that I know someone that can help.
2 months ago
Behind the scenes of one of the essential services in the UK, fans are used to provide the delivery of air for several reasons. This article explores some of the many areas where fans support the healthcare industry...
5 months ago
When there is uncertainty, flexibility is key to maximising the return on investment. Flexibility can be achieved using lean manufacturing, which is where ebm-papst & RS Components higher level assembly service adds value to your production processes
5 months ago
Legacy equipment performing day to day tasks are the backbone of the infrastructure and services we rely on. Many of these systems and equipment have been around for years and could benefit from an upgrade...
6 months ago
Colleagues at RS Components, Austella and ebm-papst UK got together to discuss how to add an extra dimension to the Radial-G virtual reality racer to make the game more immersive. This project grew to be a very interesting and exciting challenge!
7 months ago
As the largest S-Force compact axial fan, the 2200F combines state of the art aerodynamic design and intelligent motor technology to deliver high flow with high-pressure development. Perfect for demanding applications where space is at a premium.
10 months ago
Max Rheiner is making the dream of flight a virtual reality. In this interview, the head of the master’s degree program for design interaction at the Zurich University of the Arts explains how it’s done and why moving air plays an essential role...
11 months ago
For sensible heat loads, using the local ambient air with some provisions for moisture and particulate protection, can provide adequate all year round free cooling without the extra power requirements a mechanical cooling system
To meet the need to reduce energy consumption variable speed drives are used to match supply with demand. Frequency Inverters can achieve this however size restraints, high power density and efficiency losses mean that forced cooling is required.
Tangential fans are also known as cross-flow fans. Used extensively in the past for electronic cooling, they are now mainly used for applications that require a wide curtain of air. Find out how they work and where they can be used...
When an axial fan does not produce enough puff to overcome the resistance to flow and a backward curved fan does not deliver the volume flow required, a mixed flow / diagonal fan can provide a quiet and efficient solution.
At last! The spring heralds warmer times ahead. As spring moves into summer, temperatures climb and it can be less pleasant to remain indoors. To combat overheating and feelings of lethargy the EC Aura Personnel cooler provides relief and comfort...
‘All newly developed ebm-papst products must be technologically and economically superior to its predecessor.’ This is the heart of the philosophy which is ebm-papst Greentech. Read how the ESM can save energy and improve system efficiency