In an effort to increase the availability of educational and training content to customers and partners, ebm-papst A&NZ is excited to announce a new three-part training series available on YouTube. “Fans for Refrigeration & Air-conditioning” is the company’s latest endeavour to share an online learning experience. The series, made up of three five-minute videos, provides customers and partners with an important education opportunity in fans for evaporators, fridges and condensers. The first two episodes, “Fans for Evaporators” and “Fans for Fridges” are available to view on YouTube now. The third episode, “Fans for Condensers”, will be made available on Tuesday, 30 June.
“We’ve designed this online series so people can conveniently participate from anywhere they have access to a computer and the internet,” said Simon Bradwell. “The market is asking for more accessible resources and videos, and webinars allow us to help supply engineering resource freely and conveniently.”
Each video is presented by Simon Bradwell, Managing Director, ebm-papst A&NZ, and will consist of product and application information concerning fans for refrigeration and air-conditioning systems. Participants will be directed to the company’s website for additional helpful online resources to download.
“This is our first online training series, and we are excited to share it," said Bradwell.
Simon Bradwell, PhD, CEng, FIEAust, is the Managing Director of ebm-papst A&NZ and the Company Secretary of the Fan Manufacturers Association of Australia and New Zealand (FMA-ANZ). He also serves as an Executive Director at ARBS and the ARBS Foundation and is a member of the Executive Management Committee of AREMA. Simon works broadly with Australian federal and state governments on fan efficiencies and other motor-related issues. His 18 years of fan industry experience and engineering work spans Europe, Africa and Australasia. He is a Chartered Engineer with a Doctorate in Engineering from the UK. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2015 he was recognised as Fellow of Engineers Australia.