Multilift MOG, MDG

End-of-Life Information
Grundfos Multilift MOG and MDG lifting stations 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 for the product.
  • Safety related for handling the product
    Caution is required when accessing the inside of the tank as it may be toxic caused by the waste water.
    Care should be taken when handling due to the weight.
    Grundfos Multilift MOG and MDG lifting stations are equipped with Grundfos SEG pumps. Please refer to the corresponding documentation available.


Disassembly of the Product

The main materials of the components are:

  • Iron
  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminium
  • Copper
  • Polyethylene (PE)
  • ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Electronic scrap
  • Rubber materials (NBR)

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

Pumps(s) and none-return valves can be removed from the tank with standard tools.

Pump and controller box are assembled using screws and bolts and can be disassembled with standard tools.

Grundfos Multilift MOG and MDG lifting stations are equipped with Grundfos SEG pumps. Please refer to the corresponding documentation.

DesignationName  MaterialSpecial Disassembly Consideration
1Collecting tankPE (Polyethylene)Caution: The inside of the tank may be toxic and contaminated because of the waste water
2Pressure tubePP (Polypropylene) 
3Supporting pipePP (Polypropylene) 
4RingPP (Polypropylene) 
5DiskPP (Polypropylene) 
6Display boardElectronics 
7Controller boxABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) 
8MainboardElectronics 
Additional materials:Screws, gaskets etc.: Various materials (steel, NBR) less than 5% of weight
MOG
LC221_MOG




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