A world leader in fans and motor technology and strong advocate for continuous environmental responsibility, ebm-papst was featured this week on Innovations by Ed Begley, Jr. which aired on the Discovery Channel.
ebm-papst USA Vice President of Engineering Scott Beauchemin presents FlowGrid at the 2014 AHR Expo. FlowGrid is an innovative new fan accessory that reduces noise while maintaining efficiency.
Joe Landrette, Market Manager - Ventilation, with ebm-papst USA gives a product overview of the RadiPac at the 2014 AHR Expo.
ebm-papst USA VP of Engineering, Scott Beauchemin on the WFSB News Channel 3 explaining our recent energy efficient upgrade to the "Into the Wind" exhibit at the Connecticut Science Center in Hartford, CT.
1. Requesting and Installing FanScout a. Run the .EXE program to install it (we'll use FanScout Quick Ship Axials). b. Save any additional DLL files to your hard drive, without unzipping them. 2. Loading Collections a. Go to File - Import, and click on each ZIP file individually (we'll use Quick Ship Radials). 3. Updating the software a. Check the revision in the top right. If needed, click it to begin the update process. 4. Clicking the Help buttons a. Brings you to external help website 5. Downloading Data Sheet and Operating Instructions a. Opens PDF of fan data 6. Send an email to email@example.com
7. Making a basic fan comparison search. a. Set appropriate units (US) b. Open "Search" Tab c. Enter operating point (5000CFM at 2.5") d. Discuss tolerance range e. Select voltage (380-480VAC) f. Enter box size (26x28") g. Click search. (Should result in R3G500-AP25-09 and R3G450-AZ30-09) h. Click "Print Protocol" (will make a PDF of the data)
8. Making an LCC comparison a. Right click the fans and choose "Add Fan to LCC" b. Adjust "Service Life," "Energy Cost," and "Fans in Unit." c. Adjust Units in "Options - Units" d. Click "Add Custom Fan" i. Rename the Custom Fan and change to AC_FC e. Adjust fans per unit and input power. f. Adjust hours at each operating point g. Add product costs, and service costs h. Print protocol to PDF
9. Making a FanGrid search
a. Choose Collection and Voltage
b. Enter Operating Points and hours (100000CFM, 4", 4000h; 100000CFM, 3.5", 2000h; 125000CFM, 3.5", 2000h)
c. Choose one redundant fan, no backflow
d. Provide total space available (1000x750")
e. Click Search
f. Apply filter (20 fans max) (should get K3G560-PC04-09, K3G500-PB2409, and K3G630-AQ01-05)
g. Explain each window
i. Results, Operating points, air performance, sound, power, efficiency, layout
h. Print protocol (select OP, air perf. , power input, efficiency, sound A weighted)
10. Making a FanGrid LCC
a. Check off two fan options (K3G560-PC04-09, K3G500-PB2409)
b. Go to Fan Grid LCC tab
c. Change service life (15), energy costs (0.15)
d. Change units (options - units)
e. Add custom fan
i. Rename to Competitor
ii. Make 16 fans
iii. Total power is 568000
f. Add product costs
i. Of fan (1000, 900, 1100, 500)
ii. Of installation (1600, 1700, 1500, 3200)
g. Add Service costs (1k, 1k, 1k, 1.5k)
h. Print protocol