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Selecting and documenting fans:
super-fast and extremely reliable

We’re driven by a desire to provide our customers with the right solution for every challenge. With our proven ebm‑papst FanScout selection software, you are can quickly and reliably find the ideal product for your exact requirements from our extensive product range. Fans operated in parallel, FanGrids, are also included in the selection. Test it yourself: A demo version of FanScout is available for download. The software can be easily integrated into your device configuration program using the DLL interface.

We would be happy to supply you with product ranges tailored to the challenges you face. Just contact your ebm‑papst representative. We will then narrow down the selection of products that are suitable for your application. This will help you to reach your goal even faster. 

How the ebm-papst FanScout works

You want to get to know the possibilities of the FanScout better? Then take a look at our tutorial videos to learn all about the features and use of the software.

Precise data Better decisions 

Since our software is based on real measured values, the data you get with ebm-papst FanScout will always be absolutely reliable and, above all, extremely accurate. Not only is the performance of the individual fan components measured, but so is the fan as a complete system, in line with the wire-to-air principle (from the electrical hookup to the available air performance).
TÜV SÜD, a German technical service organization, also confirms that FanScout’s calculations are top class compared to real measurements. In a short time, not only can you find the best solution for your use case, you can also simulate various operating scenarios that take the fans’ operating points, operating times and space requirements into account to provide you with an estimate of annual energy consumption.
That’s why ebm-papst FanScout has shown that it is extremely user friendly.

To make the decision even easier for you, ebm-papst FanScout also takes life cycle costs into account: the purchase price and the operating and service costs.