LMB Fans, Blowers and Motors for Aerospace and Defence Applications

LMB designs and manufactures high performance fans, blowers and motors for the aerospace and defence markets with applications in aircraft, helicopters, UAVs (Unmanned Air Vehicles), pods and missiles.

LMB, founded more than 50 years ago, has high-skilled engineers with the ability to propose custom products offering high reliability, low noise and weight. With more than 1,000 off-the-shelf qualified products, we are very flexible and are able to adapt these products to specific requirements in a short time.

LMB is certified to EN9100, Part 21 and Part 145.


LMB is a leading supplier of high quality axial fans, centrifugal blowers and mixed flow fans. Our wide range of products includes small fans for electronic cooling, high performance fans for air conditioning and filtration systems.

All our products are designed and qualified in accordance with aerospace and/or military standards. LMB fans are proposed for all types of power supplies: DC brushless (12V to 270V), AC 400Hz and variable frequency. The fans have speed sensors, speed control, failure detection, thermal protection and current limitation.

Typical applications include:

  • Airborne radar cooling
  • Avionics cooling
  • Electronics cooling
  • Engine scavenge
  • Recirculation fans
  • Evaporator and condenser fans
  • Galley cooling


We can supply AC induction and DC brush or brushless motors for custom requirements. These motors have a large range of features including brake, resolver, gear box, speed control and thermal protection.

Typical applications include:

  • Actuator drive
  • Compressor drive
  • Fuel pumps
  • Coolanol pumps
  • Flight Control Systems (EHA, EMA)


Many types of aircraft are fitted with LMB’s fans, blowers and motors. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Civil Aircraft: Airbus A330/340/380, Boeing 747/767/777, Bombardier CRJ200/700, Falcon F7X, Fokker 50/100 and Socata TBM 700
  • Military Aircraft: Rafale, Mirage 2000, F18, Tornado, Hawk, Transall and Pilatus PC-21
  • Helicopters: EC120, Dauphin N4, Tiger, NH90, Super Puma, Super Lynx, S-92, ALH, Mi17 and CH-47
  • Pods: Litening, Toplite, Presto, Damocles and Recco
  • AV (Air Vehicles) / UCAV (Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle): Eagle 2, Watchkeeper and Barracuda

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