-PV News Bureau
Grundfos Pumps India Pvt Ltd recently launched the MAGNA3 circulator pump. The Grundfos MAGNA3 pumps are designed for circulating liquids in heating systems, domestic hot-water systems and air-conditioning and cooling systems.
Designed for commercial hydronic applications, MAGNA3 is energy – optimized, variable-speed wet rotor circulator that features a permanent magnet motor design. It cuts power consumption up to 85 per cent through its innovative AUTOADAPT function which automatically analyses the heating system, finds the optimum setting and then continuously adjust its operation to changes in demand. This also features an in-built energy / heat meter that not only avoids the need for a separate energy meter but also monitors the system heat energy distribution and consumption. The result is optimum comfort and minimum energy consumption.
MAGNA3 is also equipped with the new FLOWADAPT control mode that reduces the need for pump throttling valves. In addition, MAGNA3 pumps are extremely flexible and reliable, and have low noise levels, long life and no maintenance requirements. They are fitted with radio communication (15 mts from line of sight) and can offer external control and monitoring via expansion modules. Furthermore, wireless connectivity enables handheld pump control and monitoring capabilities by Grundfos GO, a mobile toolbox available on Apple and Android devices. The MAGNA3 range of pumps can also be used for solar-heating systems. Another important feature of MAGNA3 is its GENIair connection (wireless) which helps control the pump/s (up to two pumps connected in parallel).
Says Gangaprasad G, Head – Commercial Building Services, Grundfos India, “As a market leader in circulator pumps, we are proud to launch MAGNA3 in India. MAGNA3 is at the forefront of smart pump technology. This pump has won several awards at an international level for its design, innovative technology, sustainable features and overall efficiency. We are confident that the product will be well received in India too”.