EC Fan motors - QLD, 27 June 2017

June 27, 2017

Join us for a session on electronically commutated (EC) motors, hosted by AIRAH, presented by John Bourne from A.G. Coombs and Mark Jones, AM.AIRAH, from Ziehl-Abegg.

The use of EC motors is becoming more common, but what exactly are they? And, what do you need to be aware of during design and construction stages?

John Bourne, Project Engineer,
A.G. Coombs Advisory

John Bourne, Project Engineer, A.G. Coombs Advisory, will give some practical insights, based on experience on previous projects working as a contractor and consultant, including –

Applications for EC fans:

  • Why and when to use them?
  • What are the benefits/disadvantages?
  • How can they be applied (AHUs, in-line, FCUs, etc.)?

Common traps and things to be aware of:

  • Interfacing with the BMCS and wiring EC fans
  • Commissioning
  • Fire mode
  • What you should be expecting from the supplier.

The EC Fan Motors session will be in held in Queensland on Tuesday, 27th June from 5.30pm, at 66 on Ernest (Southbank TAFE Functions & Restaurant), C Block, Level 2, 66 Ernest St, Southbank.

For more information and to register please see the event flyer.

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