Grundfos waits for 2013 legislation to catch up

Grundfos pumps, circulators
Ready for 2013 legislation, Grundfos Alpha2 and Magna circulators.

With the market for standalone circulators in Europe due to change form 1 January 2013, Grundfos is already prepared with appropriate pumps. From that date the EU Directive on Energy Using Products will set new requirements for energy efficiency in domestic and light-commercial circulator pumps.

Grundfos Alpha2 and Magna circulators already meet the requirements.

The Alpha2, for example, runs on as little as 5 W, and over a million units have been installed since it was introduced in 2007.

The Magna for commercial-building applications was introduced in 2001 and uses up to 70% less energy than other standalone circulators.

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