We design custom electric motors for multiple applications
Currently HVAC is powered by fossil fuels or a number of different types of electric motors, depending on the nature of the system and the type of installation. From HVAC in buildings to HVAC in vehicles, the pressure is on to improve efficiency and minimise emissions.
Looking purely at the HVAC in buildings, market research predicts the sector is set to double in size between 2020 and 2027. At the same time, estimates suggest HVAC accounts for 40% of overall energy consumption in developed countries.
Nearly all non-fossil fuel HVAC systems rely on electric motors and controllers. Ask ETA about their new technology offering compact, efficient, price competitive solutions tailored to the needs of the HVAC sector.
we build custom electric motors
Our ETA motor
Currently there are a number of electric motors in use in HVAC - Permanent Split Capacitor motors which only offer 65% efficiency, CSIR (Capacitor-Start Induction-Run) motor, the CSCR (Capacitor Start Capacitor Run) and Split phase motors, as well as brushless DC motors.
The ETA motor and controllers offer significant improvements for applications that currently use brushless DC motors. ETA offers 95% motor efficiency and 98% controller efficiency at a lower cost and with future-proof capabilities for smart buildings and smart cities.
Efficiency is the key to electrifying HVAC without impacting on performance. From chillers in electric vehicles to quiet heating in caravans and zero-emissions from buildings, the ETA motor and controller can be adapted to your application.
Off Highway vehicles
Domestic and commercial property (AEC)
New generation electric motor
Reduce the use of rare earth materials by circa 60%, increase the cross sectional area of copper used without generating negative eddy currents and reduce the use of laminated motor iron by circa 60% to 70%.
Controller performance without compromise
ETA motors and controllers provide the opportunity to reduce the costly stored energy through a greater understanding of duty cycles. 98% motor controller efficiency allows OEM’s to choose between a smaller battery (and thus lower cost) with similar range to today’s offerings or similar battery output and extended range.