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30 October 2014

ebm-papst planning own institute

ebm-papst, the world market leader for fans and motors, is intending to set up the company's own research institute at the Künzelsau campus of Heilbronn University. Around 3.5 million euros are to be spent on buildings and equipment as well on professors and lecturers. The purpose of the institute is to extend research work in the field of electromagnetic drives.

23 October 2014

ebm-papst°TV: The Chillventa 2014 in Nuremberg

At the newly designed trade fair stand ebm-papst presented under the motto "Discover real values" new energy-saving axial fans for unit coolers, the new generation of EC motors and among others the EC medium pressure axial fan.

16 October 2014
ECI-80.XX-K1, a new generation of motors

High-performance drive solutions and efficient cooling concepts for automation

SPS/IPC/Drives 2014 in Nuremberg is the leading industry trade fair for electrical automation, systems and components. Motor and fan specialist ebm-papst is presenting solutions for automation and air conditioning at the trade fair from 25 to 27 November 2014 at Stand 1-440 in Hall 1.

14 October 2014
Rainer Hundsdörfer, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the ebm-papst Group.

Energy efficiency is in everybody's interest

As one of the world's leading medium-sized companies, ebm-papst welcomes the plans to revise the ecodesign directive for fans EU 327/2011. In our opinion this directive will play a significant role in increasing energy efficiency by 30% by the year 2030.

The New Era of Formula 1

2014 introduces what is widely recognised as the biggest technical revolution in Formula One season since its inaugural season in 1950. However, while probably the most far-reaching, this is far from being the first major upheaval in the history of the sport. For decades, engineers have been pushing the boundaries of performance, extracting the absolute maximum from the technology at their disposal and exploring every avenue of development in the pursuit of automotive perfection, only to have their creations cast into the annals of racing history.

Land of clean rooms

Smartphones, TV’s, computer chips: South Korea is the world’s supplier of high-tech gadgets. The country is now also discovering its love for energy-efficient production.

*Subject to official confirmation by the FIA of the results of the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.