Grundfos MQ 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 related to materials used
There is no risk to 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 motor due to the weight.
The bearings will include non-toxic grease, and inside there may be reminence of non-toxic lubrication for assembly.
Disassembly of the Product
The main materials of the components are:
- Electronic scrap
- Composite materials
and can therefore be recycled to a large extent – depending on the national possibilities for recycling
|Pos.||Designation||Material||Special disassembly considerations|
|2, 7, 43, 51, 65, 100a, 101, 180||Composits parts||POM + 25 % Glass fibre|
|4, 49||Chamber & impeller||PPO + 20 % glass fibre|
|150||Stator and motorsleeve||Aluminium, Copper, Iron and isolation materials|
Shaft: DIN W.-nr.1.4005, AISI416
Motor sleeve, DE: DIN W.-nr. 1.4301, AISI304
Motor sleeve, NDE: Aluminium
|Fix the stainless steel sleeve and hit the shaft, then the motor enclosure will separate|
|16||Sleeve||DIN W-nr. 1.4301, AISI304|
|92||Clamp||DIN W-nr 1.4301, AISI304|
|42||Tank||Steel, Butyl and composites|
|37a, 37b, 100b etc.||O-rings||NBR rubber|
|14||Selfpriming part||PPE/PS + 20 % glass fibre|
|Additional materials:||<5 % composits, screws etc.|