Welcome to ebm-papst A&NZ

We are the global leading manufacturer and supplier of fans, blowers and air moving products and we hope to provide you with information on our unique range of products; enable you to get to know our motor technology and engineering and to inform you of how we can add value to your business.

04 November 2014 - Simon Bradwell speaker at Internoise congress

ebm-papst Managing Director Dr Simon Bradwell will be presenting a paper at the 43rd International Congress on Noise Control Engineering, 16-19 Nov 2014 in Melbourne. Over the last 40 years, the I-INCE (International Institute of Noise Control Engineering) and its conference series have become an indispensable element of international noise control activities.

26 October 2014 - New generation of axial fans - modularity for customised solutions

In addition to the required airflow, high energy efficiency and low noise emissions are also crucial for fans in ventilation and air conditioning systems. To achieve improvements in these areas the overall fan system comprising impeller, motor, housing and control electronics must be considered.

23 October 2014 - MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS wins 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Constructors Championship

MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS has won the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Constructors Championship. Team partner and fan specialist ebm-papst already made its contribution to MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS winning the championship in their very first collaborative Formula One season.

05 October 2014 - Fans for evaporators and unit coolers

30% energy saved thanks to EC technology - great emphasis was placed on sustainability and the preservation of resources.

10 September 2014 - ebm-papst customer survey 2014

ebm-papst A&NZ have pledged to donate $10 to Engineers Without Borders as a thank you for all filled out questionnaires. 92 customers participated in the survey and therefore the company is pleased to announce a $920 donation to EWB Australia.

07 August 2014 - Wakefield House EC Fan Upgrade Adelaide

The iconic Wakefield House Building in Adelaide, South Australia, was suffering from poor fan installation, and as a result, was not delivering airflow as per the National Construction Code (NCC). A two-step retrofit program was undertaken.