Save up to 33% energy
Learn how you can save energy and reduce costs operating boosters in proportional pressure and connect multiple remote pressure sensors in the same system. Your benefits include:
- Reduced water consumption
- Reduced system stress
- Less maintenance
- Increased user comfort
When the Midea corporation in Shunde, China, opened its first luxury hotel – the 28-floor Midea Marriott Hotel – it turned to Grundfos to optimise its HVAC, boosting and boiler systems.
Discover how the hotel can provide five-star comfort at half the energy with Grundfos iSOLUTIONS – ensuring systems that constantly adapt to demand, drive down life-cycle costs, reduce noise levels and save energy.
A Grundfos Energy Check calculates your potential savings and makes suggestons for an efficient, high-performing solution. The resulting report offers a full overview of your pump systems, their current efficiency and how you can realise the financial, operational and environmental savings.
With Grundfos Energy Check you get:
- A careful evaluation of life cycle costs
- Detailed information about your energy-saving potential
- The possibility to improve the environmental profile of your facility
- Prioritised installation list, detailing pumps and systems that could benefit from an Energy Check
Domestic water systems in buildings can present many challenges, such as ensuring adequate water pressure in all parts of the system and keeping both water and power consumption at acceptable levels.
Grundfos iSOLUTIONS enables you to optimise operation of your building systems with cloud connectivity and digital services. This means you can intelligently control pressure, monitor the system and analyse performance, securing efficient operation at all times.
Watch the video and learn more about Grundfos iSOLUTIONS in water boosting systems.
Don't over-pressurise water booster systems
As commercial buildings become taller, pump demands are increasing as water needs to be boosted to reach different users. Explore the advantages of zone-divided systems compared to conventional single booster systems.
Save water and energy with proportional pressure control
In many water pressure booster systems, it’s become the norm to operate in constant pressure mode. However, it’s much more beneficial to operate the systems in proportional pressure control mode as this can increase energy efficiency.