The MAGNA is an innovative member of the Grundfos family of high-quality circulator pumps.
With a MAGNA, you can stop worrying about complicated pump settings. Simply install the pump and leave it on the factory setting, AUTOADAPT.
The MAGNA will automatically analyze the heating system, find the optimum setting and then continuously adjust its operation to changes in demand. The result is optimum comfort and minimum energy consumption. In addition, MAGNA pumps are extremely flexible and reliable and have low noise levels, long life and no maintenance requirements. They are fitted with IR communication and can offer external control and monitoring via expansion modules.
Grundfos MAGNA pumps are designed for circulating liquids in heating systems in multi -family housing, schools, hospitals, hotels, industry, etc.
These pumps, also available with stainless steel pump housing, can be used in domestic hot-water systems. Grundfos MAGNA pumps are suitable for the following:
Systems with constant or varying flows where it is desirable to optimize the pump duty point
Systems with varying flow-pipe temperatures
Systems where night setback is required.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Highly efficient
- AUTOADAPT control mode as default setting, suitable for most applications
- Integrated differential pressure control (proportional and constant pressure control)
- Low noise
- High starting torque
- Automatic night setback
- Motor based on permanent-magnet/compact-stator technology
- Integrated frequency converter
- Self-venting pump housing
- Stainless steel pump housing
- Twin-head versions
- Wireless remote control, R100
- Communication via GENIbus or LON
- Low noise level & maintenance free
- Low energy consumption – all MAGNA pumps are energy class "A"
- External control and monitoring enabled via expansion modules.
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