How to achieve ultimate pump efficiency

How to achieve ultimate pump efficiency

Get a quick and precise pump energy calculation when sizing

Learn how to calculate pump efficiency fast

Calculating and comparing energy consumption can be time consuming. But at Grundfos Product Center, you can quickly calculate a pump’s energy efficiency using life-cycle cost (LCC) evaluation criteria – and choose the most energy efficient pumps for your project.

Step 1: Define your application requirements

Using the advanced sizing option, enter your duty points and select your load profile. You can select a standard profile, your own user profile or full load. Then you can start sizing.

How to achieve ultimate pump efficiency

Step 2: Evaluate and compare pumps

You’ll be presented with a list of pumps. Choose the one you’re interested in to see the load profile. You can see proportional pressure, and how long and where the pump was running. This gives you a precise calculation of the pump energy consumption.

How to achieve ultimate pump efficiency

Step 3: Pump selection and documentation

You can select your preferred pump and export or print the relevant documentation. Or you can continue looking at and comparing other pumps to find the right balance of size with pump energy efficiency.

How to achieve ultimate pump efficiency

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