The SP pump is known for delivering optimum efficiency and attractive life cycle costs. Read the articles if you want to go into more detail about the SP pump and other parameters that can help you optimise the performance of your application.
Keeping lifecycle costs down with a fully optimised SP system
How pump and motor, external frequency converter and motor protection match perfectly. Although clean and safe water is always the first priority, cost-efficiency is a parameter that is of pressing concern for water suppliers and their stakeholders.
Upgrade your old pumps and reap the benefits
Not replacing old pumps with new, energy efficient pumps could end up costing you dearly. Grundfos offers a wide range of water supply pumps that meet or exceed the ErP energy efficiency requirement
Ecodesign requirements for submersible pumps
In order to save energy, as of 1st January 2013 / 1st January 2015, all water pumps must live up to the minimum efficiency index defined in the ecodesign requirements (Regulation EU 547/2012 and Directive 2009/125/EC). The Minimum Efficiency Index is used as a measure of the quality of a pump size in terms of its efficiency.
Q&A: Explaining ecodesign energy efficiency requirements
If you are buying a new Grundfos water supply pump, for example a submersible multistage pump, it will meet the latest energy efficiency requirements defined within the framework of the Ecodesign Directive that came into effect in January 2015.
Pumping from robust or sensitive aquifers
The SP system meets all application challenges. Whatever the well-fed water supply application, Grundfos has a SP submersible pump or system for the job, ranging from robust, confined aquifers with minimal system requirements to wells bored to sensitive aquifers, sea water, and groundwater lowering or mining applications.