Says that its optimised fans and controls elicited interest
Ziehl-Abegg, dealing in ventilation and drive technology and matching control technology, participated at this year’s Chillventa in Nürnberg, and claimed that its ZAplus fan system attracted the attention of attendees. Revealing this in a news release, the company explained that ZAplus is an axial fan in a compact unit made of high-strength composite material in which the motor and controller are integrated. The material permits new shapes, it added.
“The interest in our new, energy-saving products has become huge,” said Peter Fenkl, Chairman of the Board of Ziehl-Abegg. “Since our ZAplus fan system beats the EU Directive ErP 2015 with the classic AC motors, with modern EC motors, we can be significantly better than required by the EU. That provides the device manufacturers certainty even beyond 2015 (ErP 2015).”
The ZAplus saves an average of 150 Euros per year, according to recent measurements and is quieter than comparable models and facilitates significant air reserves,” the company claimed, and added that its improved medium-pressure fan, the MAXvent, also garnered interest during Chillventa.