SMARTPACK Fan Pack
By Metal Center News Staff
on Aug 5, 2021
Middlefield, Ohio-based E Flow Technologies has expanded its SMARTPACK product line to include a 480 – 600V 3-phase AC voltage 50/60Hz product. The new SP900EC fan pack is ideal for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) applications in Canada where 575V are required, eliminating the need for a power converter. SMARTPACK model SP900EC 7.5 kW can deliver up to 20 percent more airflow than other fan packs, according to the company. The motors and drives are UL compliant.
“The new SP900EC SMARTPACK enables increased cooling capacity with the same cooler footprint, or a footprint reduction with the same cooling capacity,” said Martin Ochs, sales director of E Flow Technologies. “It’s a more efficient solution with fewer components that potentially reduces costs. SMARTPACK allows entirely new options in customers’ general product design.”
The modular SMARTPACK is engineered to meet stringent low-noise and high-efficiency requirements in industrial and commercial HVACR and heat exchange applications. SMARTPACK’s construction includes a custom-configured Multi-Wing fan, AC or EC motor, fan guard and shroud made from a strong metal frame with a composite inlet.
E Flow fan packs have a robust design to meet the toughest environmental conditions, including airflow temperatures from -40° to 176° F. This is possible with SMARTPACK’s IP55/IP66 internal rotor motor and its drive, which are outside the airflow. SMARTPACK is offered in 35.43- and 49.21-inch diameters. Highly efficient and fully controllable, EC SMARTPACK systems have a robust motor design with built-in EC technology.
SMARTPACK can be used efficiently in applications requiring higher static pressure. At medium-/high-pressure duty points, SMARTPACK is capable of up to 10dB(A) noise reduction compared to other fan packs. E Flow fan packs set a new standard for medium-pressure fans with the lowest possible operating noise and highest performance. The modular design makes replacement of a component easier rather than replacing the entire fan pack.
For more information, visit https://eflowtec.com/