Modular design With the AxiBlade fans, which were developed in the sizes 630 and 710, the impellers are made of a composite material with profiled blade geometry and winglets for maximum efficiency. The impellers are designed for different motors with which they can be combined. The sturdy guard grills are optimized according to aerodynamic criteria. The robust sheet metal ring with corrosion-resistant paint contributes to the fans’ greater overall stability. The first variants of the AxiBlade fans with impeller diameters 630 and 710 will be available in March, after the ISH 2019 trade show. By the end of the year, these AxiBlade fans with additional motor variants will be available in both EC technology and AC technology. Therefore, the new fans can handle air flows up to 25,000 m³/h, with a maximum pressure range of up to 450 Pa. Plug & play design Thanks to their plug & play design, these fans can be connected easily and their identical installation dimensions enable a like for like replacement of previous fans in the customer's device. The flat design of the AxiBlade fans can prove beneficial when transporting customer devices. ErP Directive compliant AxiBlade axial fans operate in a wide variety of applications with a static efficiency of up to 53%. Depending on how they are installed, the noise level can also be reduced by up to 4 dB(A) as compared to the previous product range. With regard to efficiency, all AxiBlade fans exceed the current ErP requirements and they are therefore a future-proof choice.