Grundfos extends Magna3 range

Published:  05 June, 2014

Grundfos Pumps, circulator, Magna3

Grundfos has extended its Magna3 range of pumps by 25 models, enabling it to support light, medium and large commercial heating, air-conditioning and cooling systems — as well as DHW systems, ground-source heat pumps installation and solar-heating systems.

With its installation wizard, Magna3 has been designed for easy and intuitive installation. These pumps comes with a high-resolution colour display. When the pump is turned on, the Assist software guides the installer through set-up.

Integral features include AutoAdapt to help optimise energy use. The FlowAdapt and FlowLimit control features enables a maximum flow to be set using a pump’s built-in monitoring system.

For more information on this story, click here: June 2014, 171

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