EC Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

EC Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

Efficient, cost-effective EC forward curved centrifugal fans developed for fan coil units, air curtains and general HVAC applications.

Our range of energy saving EC fans surpass ERP regulations. The GDS range has a built in failure monitoring system to detect failures of individual fans or failures of fans within a deck making them ideal for fan coil units.

The larger fans in the range are suitable for clean air movement in industrial environments, such as air handling units.

Benefits of EC Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

  • Energy saving EC technology
  • ERP Compliant
  • Low running costs
  • Ease of Control
  • High Efficiency
  • Long Life Expectancy

Technical Articles

Read our technical article on What causes an unbalanced impeller?


Fan Coil Unit
air handling units
wind turbine

Products in this Range

DRAD & DRAG EC Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

Energy saving fan in scroll for process air technology and air conditioning

ERAG EC Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

Single inlet energy efficient fan for clean air applications

GRE & GRF Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

Single inlet forward curved centrifugal fans paired with AC or EC motors.

GDSG9 EC Forward Curved Centrifugal Fans

Double inlet energy saving fan ideal for fan coils

Rosenberg Launch New Energy Saving EC Centrifugal Fan: DRAG (25/06/2019)

Our supply partner, Rosenberg, has recently launched a new EC centrifugal fan in a scroll casing. The DRAG fan brings EC technology, energy efficiency and speed control to our range of double inlet forward curved centrifugal fans. Due to the different positions available for the mounting stand and the DRAG’s compact design, it is very […]

Reducing Fan Energy Consumption Within Fan Coil Units (20/03/2017)

In modern buildings heating and ventilating is delicate balance between maximum energy efficiencies and occupancy comfort, when buildings are in the concept design stage a crucial tool to make offers attractive is to offer low energy consumption using fan coil units to keep running costs to a minimum and ensure a low environmental impact. In […]

The Growth of EC (12/09/2018)

Historically, AC motors were used as the principal air driving force in HVAC applications running constantly at full power. The continuously increasing demand for a more energy efficient solution with a greater range of operation possibilities led to the development of the Electronically Commutated (EC) motor. Since its development in the 1960s, EC technology has […]