MAGNA1, Below 200W

End-of-Life Information
Grundfos MAGNA1, with maximum power consumption below 200 w. must be disposed of according to local regulations by using a public or private waste collection service. If this is not possible, contact the nearest Grundfos company or service workshop.

Safety Risk

  • Safety related to materials used
    There is no risk for people during the disassembly process posed by the materials used in the product
  • Safety related to handling the product
    Care should be taken when handling the pump due to the weight.
  • Caution: Persons with pacemakers who disassemble this product shall exercise care when handling magnetic materials embedded in the rotor.

Disassembly of the Product
The main materials of the components are:

  • Copper
  • Cast Iron
  • Aluminium
  • Electronic scrap
  • Composite materials

and can therefore be recycled to a large extend – depending on the national possibilities for recycling.

 

The pump is assembled by using screws and bolts and can be disassembled with standard tools. There are no loose parts inside the motor.

DesignationName  MaterialSpecial Disassembly Consideration
1Outer bearing ringAluminium oxide 
2Control boxPolycarbonate 
 Print circuit board + User interface boardElectronic Scrap 
3Stator housingAluminiumThe stator is heat-shrink fitted into the stator housing.
 O-rings/gasketsEPDM 
 ClampStainless steel 
 Stator:
Windings
Core
Base material

Copper
Black Iron
PET/PBT
 
4Thrust bearingAluminium oxide/carbon 
5Bearing plateStainless steel  The front-bearing is shrink fitted into the rotorcan.
6Neck ringStainless steel   
7ImpellerPESThe impeller is shrink fitted onto the shaft.
8Pump housingCast iron or stainless steel 
9Rotor canPPS or stainless steel 
10ShaftStainless steel or ceramics 
 RotorMagnetic mat: Neodymium and Stainless steel+Black Iron 
Additional materials:Screws, gaskets etc.: Various materials less than 5% of weight.
Also: The windings in the stator are made of copper
Magna1, below 200W




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