Adiabatic cooling/evaporative cooling

In the adiabatic cooling process, water is sprayed
in front of the heat exchanger
to cool the air flow as a means of boosting heat exchanger output.

Cooling that saves energy

Utilizing the extra output that comes from water evaporation is a key building block of ecologically and economically progressive solutions in the refrigeration and air conditioning sectors. However, this is very demanding for fans, which have to withstand high levels of humidity.


The advantages of fans from ebm-papst for adiabatic cooling:

  • Great resistance to humidity
  • Substantial energy savings thanks to high efficiency levels
  • Precise adaptation to the required output
  • Low noise levels when the fans are in operation
AxiBlade fan with central, green cirlcle, frontal view, with reflection


The energy-efficient AxiCool range, now for industrial refrigeration applications as well.

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HyBlade fan with huge motor in image center, applied with five black blades, frontalview


ebm-papst is adding new strength to large axial fans with HyBlade®, a hybrid structure for fan blades that is innovative and currently one-of-a-kind!

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AxiBlade fan in housing, slight lateral view, with reflection


The new, revolutionary fan concept gets top marks for its efficiency and noise levels.

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UnitCooler fan, almost frontal view, with reflection

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Compact system solution consisting of motor and impeller for evaporator and unit cooler applications.

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AxiBlade makes machines better!

Patrick Stern
Head of Refrigeration Technology Market Management at ebm-papst