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Fresh, cool air

Thomas Borst on the ideal climate in all circumstances.

Dear readers,

with the summer yearning for sun and warmth comes the wish for a cooling breeze. For our customers, this wish is our command. For example, when cooling foodstuffs or electronics. But of course also for giving people the ideal environment — at work or when visiting public facilities.

That is why this issue deals with fresh and cool air — and with the way we help our customers to find the right ventilation and air conditioning solutions. Our long-standing and extensive experience facilitates knowledge transfer for the development of customer-specific concepts from existing solutions. With all the challenges posed by new projects, that helps us to achieve uncomplicated implementations quickly. This issue covers that range, including climate control in a dolphinarium, ventilation of a radon-contaminated library, and cooling the electronics in a tabletop test apparatus.

Such transfers do not only work for new projects. For some time now, we have also been specialists at converting existing plants, concentrating on improving their efficiency and functionality. We have developed appropriate product concepts for that purpose, such as our RadiPac and RadiFit lines of EC centrifugal fans.

Toto Wolff, head of motor sports at Mercedes-Benz, can confirm the importance of a good indoor climate and working atmosphere: The world-class air conditioning solution for the Formula OneTM team in Brackley helps the staff there to concentrate on their work. I wish you a refreshing read.

Thomas Borst
Managing Director Sales and Marketing ebm-papst Group

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