Advanced Air Mobility Companies Turn to Schubeler for Electric Fans

Renowned in the field of electric propulsion, Schubeler introduces their latest innovation, the eP05-21 electric ducted fan. Founder and CTO Daniel Schubeler proudly showcases this cutting-edge product, designed to power both manned and unmanned electric Vertical Take Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft. With a diameter of 524mm, DC power input of 21 kW, Static Thrust of 680N, and a flight speed range of 0-45 m/s, the eP05-21 is poised for integration into eVTOL projects.

Schubeler emphasizes that the eP05-21 marks the debut of their new Aerospace-specific product line, Schubeler Aero. Rigorously tested, the eP05-21 has undergone wind tunnel testing and successful integration into actual eVTOL aircraft. The sub-60V architecture of this fan is tailored for testing in connection with eVTOL aircraft development projects, showcasing Schubeler’s commitment to innovation in the Advanced Air Mobility segment.

Vivien Heriard-Dubreuil, CEO of mdGroup, Schubeler’s parent company, praises the remarkable achievement of Schubeler’s team. With over two decades of electric propulsion and turbomachinery expertise, Schubeler has transitioned into aerospace, with a specific focus on the Advanced Air Mobility sector.

Established in 1997, Schubeler Technologies has been at the forefront of electric propulsion systems, serving various customers seeking aerospace and turbomachinery components. Beginning with electric axial fans for aeromodelling, Schubeler’s reputation grew as it provided solutions for commercial applications requiring thrust, volume flow, and pressure in challenging environments. Today, Schubeler remains a global leader, continuously innovating and manufacturing high-performance and efficient propulsion systems.

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