Do you know that refrigerators and coolers are among the products that consume more energy in the world?
For this reason, the commercial refrigeration sector has focused much of its research on energy saving, and a resulting attention to environmental protection: many supermarkets have yet experienced new refrigeration systems, installing CO2 systems to eliminate the impact of refrigerants on the ozone layer, closing the showcases with double glazing doors, using LED lamps and, not least, introducing the use of EC fans.
These fans uses electronically commutated motors, better known precisely as EC, and are able to always work at maximum efficiency, allowing a substantial energy savings, if compared with conventional asynchronous motors (ie alternating current).
But what are the advantages of EC fans?
This technology allows the integration of a DC motor (direct current) on an AC powered fans (alternating current). The DC motors are extremely silent and high performing, plus they allows a very precise speed adjustments to obtain the required air flow, lowering the power absorbed.
Fandis introduced in its range a line of EC fans to meet the growing demand for energy-efficient solutions for controlled ventilation in refrigerated display cases, coolers and wine cellars and any other equipment regarding food refrigeration.
The electric motors fitted to EC Fandis fans meet the compliance requirements of EU Directive (ErP Ecodesign Directive) and offer benefits in accordance with the latest energy efficiency standards.
The main advantages of EC fans compared to conventional engines:
- Higher energy efficiency
- Lower operating costs
- Low noise level
- Control and precise speed adjustment
- Higher air flow performance
- Integrated electronic protection in the engine
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