An axial fan has a motor-driven rotating shaft on which are mounted blades that pull air in and force it out in a direction parallel to the shaft. Actually, we can say Axial fans expel air parallel to the intake.
In comparison to Centrifugal fans, Axial fans create airflow with a high flow rate, meaning they create a large volume of airflow. However, the airflows they create are of low pressure. Also, they need a low power input for operation.
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(EC) is the abbreviation of “electronically commutated”. A Type of motor is designed to run on an alternating current (AC) power supply, but it in fact bears a closer resemblance to a direct current (DC) motor. It is essentially a permanent magnet, brushless DC motor that incorporates on-board electronics. The added electronics allow an EC motor to combine the best features from both AC and DC motors, and then improve on them. For this reason, an EC motor is in a category of its own.
With EC technology you can achieve more efficiency, low energy consumption, the capability of digital control of the motor (the amount of RPM, temperature ….), adjustment of motor working hours & duty cycles, management of energy & service costs…
ErP stands for Energy-related Products. ErP is a European Union (EU) directive to improve energy efficiency and performance standards of products.
For the Members of the European Union, on 21 October 2009 was adopted Directive of the European Parliament and Council 2009/125/WE, which established a framework for setting of eco-design requirements for energy-related products, called The ErP Directive.