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Expanded HVAC Line Targets Improved Energy Efficiency

Regal Beloit Corporation, a manufacturer of electric motors, electrical motion controls, power generation and power transmission components, announced it will feature its Nicotra Gebhardt line of air-moving systems alongside its core HVAC products at the Chillventa international exhibition for refrigeration, AC & ventilation, and heat pumps from October 16 through October 18 in Nuremberg, Germany.

Regal added the Nicotra Gebhardt line of energy-efficient systems for ventilation and air quality when it acquired the company earlier this year. During Chillventa, Nicotra Gebhardt RLM, DDMP and RQM lines will all be featured. The RQM MultiEvo system is up to 15 percent more efficient than conventional or electronically commutated fans. Its unique, compact design combines the easy handling of free-running centrifugal fans with the effectiveness of traditional housing fans. Most recently, the RQM MultiEvo system was recognized by H&V News as the recipient of the Commercial HVAC Product of the Year for Cooling & Ventilation Units.

“The RQM MultiEvo system by far exceeds every traditional free-running fan in terms of energy efficiency, thanks to the optimized interplay of components comprising a hollow section impeller with a real turbulence profile, permanent magnet motor and integrated electronics,” said development manager Dr. Johannes Anschütz, Regal.

The RLM Evo will also be on display, highlighting the UlteMAX motor. The RLM Evo is a high-efficiency plug fan which integrates the compactness and lighter weight of the UlteMAX motor. The UlteMAX motor has an integrated drive and, unlike an internal rotor motor, does not impede air flow. Regal will also feature its NovaMAX® motor, a permanent magnet motor that offers very high-efficiency performance levels of IE5 or higher for HVAC applications, including data center cooling.

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