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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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