Building up the pressure

Published:  08 December, 2007

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The latest versions of Grundfos pressurisation units can also add glycol to a system.

Grundfos has added two new versions to its IMpress pressurisation units.

These sets have intelligent micro-processor control. They are available as single- and twin-pump variants and offer all the functions of the IMpress Advanced units, including a history log, automatic pump test, remote pump fault sensing and a service-due feature. They can also link directly or remotely to a building-management system.

In addition, these new units can inject glycol into a system to maintain the required concentration.

For more information on this story, click here:Dec 2007, 164

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