An important player of the engine cooling system
The fan plays an important, supportive role for effective operation of the vehicle’s engine cooling system.
The EC fan forces air through the exchangers, such as the radiator and/or intercooler.
The EC fan keeps the engine’s coolant from rising above operational temperature, thereby preventing the system from overheating. Its role is especially important at low engine revs and low speeds in slow-moving traffic.
Reliability & Performance
High-quality fan assemblies and fan components with proven cooling performance and stable, long-life operation.
OE Matching Quality
Conforms with the ISO 7637, ISO 16750 standards and the Directive of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
Fan program perfectly matching the IAM needs:
Product range with +490 items covering more than 1,860 OE numbers and a varied selection of fan components (e.g. motor and fan blade).
Highly competitive prices.
Nissens' Product Benefits
Improved Resistance to Mechanical Damage and Wear
Only high-quality plastics, no recycled plastic mixtures.
Smooth Operation of the Electrical Motor
High-quality electric motor armature ensuring reliable operation of the motor and strong protection against destructive current peaks and overvoltage.
Special, anti-corrosive treatment of the motor cover according to the strict REACH regulation to avoid any electromagnetic disturbance to other electronic elements.
A special material mixture applied to the carbon brushes developed by Nissens ensuring excellent reliability and supreme overvoltage protection.
High-quality wirings and electrical connections enabling a smooth installation.
Reliable and Secure Speed Control
Highest quality and re-engineered fan control boxes. Only high temperature grade electronic components applied, ensuring increased durability and supremely safe operation of the device.
Depending on the vehicle application, the EC fan can be engaged by means of a thermostatic switch or the vehicle’s ECM.
A malfunctioning EC fan will have a negative impact on the engine cooling performance, which will cause excessive thermal stress on the engine.
As an electrical device, the fan is often exposed to failure due to problems with the vehicle’s electrical system, such as overvoltage, poor fuse, non-performing alternator and thermostatic switch failure.