Distributed Pumping is a paradigm shift in the optimisation of chilled water systems in commercial buildings, where centralised pumps and energy-consuming balancing and control valves are replaced with intelligent pumps placed on each floor of the building.
Easy installation and commissioning
See how to secure easy installation and commissioning in HVAC systems with the Grundfos TPE3. The TPE3 can easily be connected to any building management system, increases end-user comfort, is fully flexible, and adapts to load requirement in your building.
Improving domestic hot water circulation with the TPE3
At Viborg city hospital in Denmark, a steady supply of hot water is essential to maintain high standards of hygiene. Find out how the hospital gets instant hot water, as soon as the tap is opened, thanks to the Grundfos TPE3 circulator with constant temperature control.
Chilled water system efficiency in commercial buildings
On average, 30-40% of energy consumption in a commercial building comes from HVAC systems. See how efficient chilled water systems, such as variable primary flow systems, can contribute to lower energy use as well as a reduction in pollution and CO2 emissions.
Boiler shunt pumps in non-condensing boiler systems
A boiler is an essential part of modern heating system, requiring careful treatment and protection to prolong its lifespan. Explore the role boiler shunt pumps play in this, including how to size pumps to meet system flow requirements and commissioning via remote digital controls.
Astana EXPO gains ultimate HVAC reliability
Challenge: For the organisers of Astana EXPO 2017, building HVAC systems that were energy efficient and fail-proof was critical.
Solution: Grundfos iSOLUTIONS pumping stations ensured energy savings of 25% and maximum reliability, while securing optimum comfort for millions of EXPO attendees.
Krakow arena saves costs with intelligent pumps
The Tauron Arena Krakow in Poland is one of Europe’s largest indoor arenas with up to 22,000 people expecting a high level of comfort. This means the arena’s technical staff are under pressure to secure highly efficient HVAC and water boosting systems.
Discover how Grundfos iSOLUTIONS helps the arena limit its energy consumption for HVAC and boosting, while saving considerable expenses and reducing maintenance costs.
A Grundfos Energy Check calculates your potential savings and makes suggestons for an efficient, high-performing solution. The resulting report offers a full overview of your pump systems, their current efficiency and how you can realise the financial, operational and environmental savings.
With Grundfos Energy Check you get:
- A careful evaluation of life cycle costs
- Detailed information about your energy-saving potential
- The possibility to improve the environmental profile of your facility
- Prioritised installation list, detailing pumps and systems that could benefit from an Energy Check
Take control of every system with a temperature-controlled pump
Instant hot water circulation is taken for granted in commercial buildings. But the traditional approach is neither efficient nor low cost. See how to design the optimal temperature-controlled system with Grundfos iSOLUTIONS.
Eliminate chiller freezing and tripping with variable flow
Without minimum flow, chilled water systems are susceptible to freezing and tripping. Find out how Grundfos iSOLUTIONS ensures optimum performance with intelligently-controlled variable flow and reduced system complexity.
Ensure the optimum return temperature in any boiler system design
Without the optimum return temperature, condensing and non-condensing boilers are at risk of corrosion, thermal shock and breakdowns. Learn how to configure and control boilers the intelligent way.
Beat the low Delta T challenge in one-pipe heating applications
In one-pipe heating systems, when hot water is by-passed between the flow and return pipe, a high return temperature leads to low Delta T. See how the issue can easily be resolved by utilising Delta T control.