Grundfos puts pressure on pump energy consumption

Grundfos has developed pump audit tools to assess energy used by operational pumps and provide a comprehensive report that will advise how best to save energy, with consequential reductions in CO2 emissions and energy costs. Grundfos Pumps that can be used to replace inefficient pumps qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances.

According to Grundfos, the vast majority of pumps are oversized and do not incorporate energy-efficient motor technologies which, when fitted, can reduce energy consumption by over 80% compared with less-efficient models.

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