Mechanical fan

October 22, 2013 - 6:15am
Big Ass Fans has found a niche in the aviation market, where its fans are used to circulate and cool air in hangars. Some of the models can be equipped with security cameras, fire-suppression equipment and LED lights. The company’s booth at the show is being cooled by an 18-foot ceiling fan.

The firm started in 1999 as the HVLS Fan Co., an acronym for high-volume low-speed fans. That name accurately described the design and efficiency of the company’s products, but after three years in business, according to the Lexington, Ky.-based manufacturer, “we finally had to bow to the sentiments of our customers and concede that we do, in fact, design and manufacture some Big Ass Fans.” Hence, the current brand name.

March 6, 2013 - 5:25pm
LMB is showcasing a range of its electric fans, blowers and motors

LMB of Malemort, France, is showcasing a range of its high-performance/high-reliability electric fans, blowers and motors here at Heli-Expo (Booth No. C3504). LMB designs and manufactures both AC (50/60 Hz, 400 Hz and wild frequency) and DC (12-300 VDC) brushless motors used in fixed- and rotor-wing aircraft, as well as in ground military vehicles. The company offers more than 1,000 shelf-qualified products, while its engineering expertise capabilities enable it to quickly design and build these components to meet specific requirements that meet Mil STD 810/461 and RTCA DO-160 standards.

 
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