In a bid to drive sustainable cooling in Malaysia, Grundfos has launched an energy-efficient solution for air-conditioning systems that consumes 50% less energy than conventional cooling systems.
The Grundfos Distributed Pumping System, a first in Malaysia, can operate in optimised conditions at any time. This achieves significant energy savings over conventional cooling systems that consume high level of energy due to issues such as over-pumping to compensate for discrepancies between the chilled water supply and return temperatures, and their tendency to run at constant speed and pressure throughout their operations, regardless of cooling demands.
The Distributed Pumping System intuitively regulates the water flow based on feedback from temperature sensors, meeting the exact requirements of different building zones, and intelligently controlling energy consumption by always delivering the right flow and ensuring a consistent building temperature.
This is achieved with Grundfos’ MAGNA3 and TPE3 pumps – both ranges feature compact, intelligent circulator pumps fitted with built-in sensors, variable speed drive, controller and communication module, and IE5 motors. TPE3 is a dry-runner, vertical, in-line pump used as the primary pumps, while MAGNA3 is a wet-runner circulator used as the secondary pumps.