Setting tomorrow’s standards by keeping our eyes on the future today
AxiCool represents a new level in the evaporator and air cooler market, thanks to the high system efficiency achieved through the perfect interaction of the individual components. With advantages for both the application and for operators, AxiCool offers even more: The compact axial fan features excellent air throw, easy handling, maximum operating safety, and economical operation. Exceptional design, ease of operation, and the sparing use of resources round off the spectrum of positive features. The AxiCool fans are based on the HyBlade product range.
We apply the stringent specifications of the ErP Directive. It is reassuring to know that these specifications on binding limit values are already surpassed by ebm-papst and that all the benefits of this superior efficiency are there for customers to enjoy. In other words, AxiCool can reduce power consumption by up to 46 %. What’s more, ideal system regulation guarantees high efficiency figures even at part load. And last but not least, optimized cooling and defrosting cycles also contribute to greater system efficiency.
- Future efficiency specifications are already surpassed today
- Up to 46 % less power consumption
- High efficiency figures even at part load
- Optimized cooling and defrosting cycles
It’s your choice: AxiCool in AC or EC
The axial fans of the AxiCool series were designed specially for use in evaporators and air coolers. The clever system solution can be installed both to draw air in and push air out. The AxiCool portfolio offers a selection of AC or energy-efficient GreenTech EC motors. Thanks to an efficiency that is significantly better than AC fans, EC fans reduce the heat transfer into the cold store, which is naturally a great advantage for cooling applications. At the same time, energy consumption is reduced. This way, the overall efficiency of the refrigerating plant can be increased further.
The axial fans of the AxiCool series are suitable for air performance up to 24.600 cfm
The entire fan unit, consisting of the motor, electronics, impeller, and fan housing system with guard grill is measured at varying load states. This ensures that we obtain reliable data, and that you can count on these values being reached when selecting a fan.
The result will be ideal only if all the components are matched perfectly to each other, resulting in a high overall fan system efficiency. It is good to know that the AxiCool series operates precisely on this principle. All the components – fan guard, venturi housing, HyBlade® impeller, GreenTech EC motor and control electronics – are perfectly matched to each other. The result is an energy-efficient Plug & Play unit ready to install with low noise generation. This gives you outstanding conditions for good labeling of your products.
A giant leap into the future: big data
New directions for efficient refrigeration: A serial MODBUS interface can be used to connect the fans easily to each other and to integrate them in the building system automation to monitor the refrigeration circuit, for example. In addition, it is becoming easier to access the refrigeration technology by remote monitoring – an option that will certainly become more important in the future. A broad field of applications should also become accessible to the “big guys” of the AxiCool series in industrial and commercial refrigeration as an efficient Plug & Play solution perfectly tailored to the application, and for good measure, compact as well.
A fresh breeze for industrial refrigeration
With the AxiCool, a significant part of the air swirl is deflected through a stationary streamer in the axial direction before exiting into the room. The increased air velocity helps the AxiCool to achieve a static pressure increase and thus greater air flow. At the same time, this relieves pressure from the motor, which can be noticed by a reduction in the power consumption. To put it in a nutshell: The AxiCool conveys more air with less energy consumption.
Conventional AC fan with short nozzle: The air flows behind the axial impeller in widening spiral swirls into the room.
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