EBARA Provides Customized OEM Solutions for Data Centers

EBARA Pumps Americas Corporation (EPAC), one of the EBARA Group’s overseas group companies, has signed a contract with one of major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM*) of custom heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment.

EPAC will enter into this partnership to provide customized solutions for advanced, flexible cooling system design for the customer's new data centers.

In the U.S., industries such as defense, HVAC, transportation and data communications continue to grow, and many OEMs of critical equipment have continued to expand their production. As a result, the demand for chillers and other ancillary equipment, including pumps, has steadily increased along with the need for more data centers. Over the past three years, EPAC has reached $1 million in annual sales and achieved 400 percent growth in its OEM segment.

About EPAC
EPAC has expanded its cooperation with the Industrial Business Unit (IBU) of EBARA Pumps Europe S.p.A.. The collaboration between the two companies is driving sales growth in the U.S. market. Understanding the OEM's operational and design requirements, EPAC worked closely with IBU team support to produce a customized product for the OEM. The custom features effectively reduced manufacturing and production costs and improved the overall reliability of the pump and motor, thus improving the OEM's custom chiller.

Future plan
The OEM business continues to strive to increase reliability and gradually innovate the solutions it offers to the market. Based on its technology and the trust of the market since its establishment, EBARA will strengthen the global product development system, which enables it to meet the needs of the local market quickly and flexibly.

EBARA Group strives to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by addressing ESG materiality issues based on its long-term vision and medium-term management plan, and strives to further enhance its corporate value.

*OEM: A company that manufactures machines and systems that use pumps as a component in their product (e.g. refrigerators, washing machines or water treatment systems).

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