CR, CRN, and CRE Pumps
The CRE pump is a CR pump, motor and integrated variable frequency drive. The CRE pump is a system which is able to solve application problems and save energy.
The basic CR pump range, which can be applied in almost any industrial solution, is already in itself the broadest range available. Through our modular approach, we have made it even broader.
The basic CR pump range is available in four different materials: cast iron, two grades of stainless steel, and all-titanium. There are eleven flow sizes, capable of producing up to almost 725 psi pressure, and with a variety of shaft seals, rubber materials and supply voltages.
Pump parts which are typically vulnerable to difficult liquids or particularly demanding operating conditions can be optimized for their purpose and designed for specific requirements.
- Industrial Processing systems
- Washing and cleaning systems
- Pumping of acids and alkalis
- Filtration systems
- Water Pressure Boosting
- Water Treatment
MAGNA 3 Series
The MAGNA3 is an innovative member of the Grundfos family of high-quality circulator pumps. The MAGNA3 pumps make up a broad range of small, medium and large circulator pumps fitted with communication equipment and motors with electronic speed control based on permanent magnet (PM) and compact stator motor technology.
With the MAGNA3, you can stop worrying about complicated pump settings. Simply install the pump and leave it on the factory, AUTOADAPT. The MAGNA3 will automatically analyze the heating system, find the optimum setting and then continuously adjust its operation to changes in demand. The result is optimum comfort and minimum energy consumption. In addition, MAGNA3 pumps are extremely flexible and reliable, and have low noise levels, long life and no maintenance requirements. They are fitted with IR communication and can offer external control and monitoring via expansion modules.
A quantum leap in In-line pumping
The Grundfos TPE3 vertical In-line pump provides unrivalled efficiency and a wide range of intelligent functionalities that makes it much more than a pump. TPE3 has a built-in heat energy meter as well as flow limiting functions eliminating the need for a pump throttling valve. With a wide range of intelligent control modes to choose from, the pump is easily commissioned to the system it is being a part of.
With a number of configurable relays and analog inputs, the complete TPE3 I/O package allows for better system monitoring and optimal pump regulation. It is supplied with wireless technology which enables it to connect with up to four single TPE3 pumps.
Connect and set-up any HVAC sensor to TPE3 and let the pump take charge of the system pressure and flow on basis of the ΔT and ΔP in the system. The intelligent TPE3 is a true plug-and-pump solution.
TPE2 is the ideal pump if you do not need the intelligent functions but instead want to connect all external sensors by yourself, if you want the pump to run at constant speed, or if you want an existing BMS system to control the pump.
Being part of the TP-family, TPE3 and TPE2 pumps are of the close-coupled type, i.e. pump and motor are separate units. Consequently, the pumps are less sensitive to impurities in the pumped liquid than similar pumps of the canned rotor type.
SE(V) and SL(V) Pumps
The SE range of wastewater pumps provide the highest total efficiency on the market. Innovative technologies from Grundfos bring together intelligence, motors, hydraulics and functionality to meet the challenges of modern wastewater, maximizing the hydraulic, electrical and mechanical efficiency of your pumps.
Bringing it all together
The SE provide technologically advanced pumps for wastewater pumping.
Designed for demanding situations, the Grundfos SE pumps show our commitment and approach to innovative technologies for the wastewater market, raising the bar and setting new standards for wastewater pump systems and solutions.
Optimum wire-to-water efficiency is ensured by the technologies that we put into our pumps and pump systems. The highest motor efficiency, the adaptive intelligence through world-class controls, the user-friendly design and functionality and the S-tube impeller ensure the best total efficiency, the lowest life cycle costs and trouble-free operation for your wastewater pump systems and solutions.
The SE range is for dry and submerged installation.
The SL range of wastewater pumps provide the highest total efficiency on the market. Innovative technologies from Grundfos bring together intelligence, motors, hydraulics and functionality to meet the challenges of modern wastewater, maximizing the hydraulic, electrical and mechanical efficiency of your pumps.
The perfect pump for sewage and effluent transfer
Designed for dependability, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
The SEG range of grinder pumps from Grundfos is specifically designed for pumping effluent and untreated sewage in small communities or sparsely populated areas with no sewer systems or where gravitation systems are unsuitable.
Pressurized systems are the perfect choice for transfer of effluent and domestic sewage, and the SEG range combines cost-effectiveness with maximum protection for the environment by facilitating the use of smaller pressure pipes for minimal investment costs.
The SEG range is designed to reduce energy consumption and to keep downtime costs to a minimum, while maintaining peak performance throughout the lifetime of the system.
S Pumps with/without cooling jacket
S pumps form the backbone of many sewage systems. They are selected for their strength, their durability, and for innovative features such as the SmartTrim impeller clearance adjustment system and the Smart Seal for leakage prevention.
The SmartTrim system used on the S-pumps makes it easy to adjust the factory-set impeller clearance and thus to maintain maximum pump efficiency.
The Grundfos SmartSeal Auto-coupling gasket provides a completely leak-proof connection between the pump and the base unit of the auto-coupling system. The shaft seal is capable of rotating in either direction. When the pumps are installed with separate pipework, sludge sedimentation can be avoided by back-flushing the system at regular intervals.