Wilo gets smart with new pump

Stratos Maxo, Wilo, pump

The Wilo-Stratos Maxo launches in the UK from April and offers a number of innovations that offer greater efficiency and connectivity for installers and end-users.

The Maxo has an intuitive user interface that makes installation and operation easier than ever before. It also features innovative energy-saving functions and new control modes that allow the pump to attains maximum system efficiency and the highest level of compatibility with existing systems. Other smart features include bi-directional connectivity using Bluetooth and a WiloNet interface. These ensure that the pump is easy to set up.

The Stratos-Maxo is the successor to Wilo’s Stratos product. It was important for us to make the installation of the pump even simpler,” says Wilo UK’s Gary Wheatley. “Its high degree of connectivity makes the Wilo-Stratos MAXO an extremely flexible solution, when it comes to integration into a wide range of applications. The analogue and digital interfaces, which are still an optional feature only available via IF-Modules for the Stratos, will now come as standard for the Wilo-Stratos MAXO.”

The Stratos-Maxo also offers high levels of energy efficiency with features such as Multi-flow adaptation and No-flow stop. The first of these enables the feeder pump to adjust its output to the precise demand of the connected consumption circuit pumps.

The Wilo Stratos Maxo is available as a single or double pump; and the Stratos-Maxo Z is suitable for drinking water applications. This product automatically recognises a thermal disinfection programme being carried out and supports the rinsing of pipes by increasing its output to the maximum.

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