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Forward-Curved Flourish for Luxury British Fashion Brand

With temperatures dropping and the ice back on your windscreens, we thought we’d take you back to warmer times and tell you about a project we supported this summer for the high-end fashion retailer, LK Bennett. Back in July, we supplied fan units to every LK Bennett store in the UK and several European and Asian stores. The chain are well known for their lavish window display which often reference topical events such Wimbledon or the Chelsea Flower Show and the units would play a key role in their summer 2014 campaign. After discussing the...


Rosenberg Primed For Rail Fan Refurbishments

As the world’s largest supplier of motorised impellers to the rail industry, Rosenberg are clearly doing something right when it comes to developing air movement products for rail applications. Their range of backward curved motorised impellers are the perfect fit for supply/evaporator or exhaust fans in railway passenger or driver cabins. Available in two variants, the DKHM and DKHR models offer optimal performance with no drive belt and no external motor or shaft. Available in sizes 225 to 630mm, they can provide air movement up to 15 300 m...


Axair’s Rosenberg Connection Keeps Rail Fleets On Track

1.3 billion journeys are made on Britain’s railways every year. With this expected to double over the next 30 years, it’s paramount that operators have reliable fleets that are capable of coping with the strain of such intense demand. Technological developments have assisted with this reliability but increased journeys and speeds have led to an increase in the amount of heat generated by a train in operation. This heat can take its toll on the train’s hardworking electrical components as well passengers and staff. Through our partnersh...


Thinking Inside the Box

Off-the-shelf solutions are often subject to limitations. Our customers regularly require customised solutions involving bespoke products, configurations and combinations. Recently, we were approached by a customer with a requirement to cool an enclosure cabinet with a maximum operating temperature of 68°C. Standard fan filter units struggle at temperatures above 55°C. Our customer specified that the cabinet must remain negatively pressurised; therefore reversing their existing system was not an option. As an alternative solution we de...