Offering features such as record low energy consumption, the best quality available and a user-friendly wireless interface – the new generation of Grundfos MAGNA3 products will soon be available to the market. These innovations include new state-of-the-art circulator pumps that will contribute to strengthening Grundfos’ position as a world leading pump manufacturer.
When Grundfos launched the MAGNA, the world’s first magnetic motor pump in 2001, it was hailed as revolutionary and created new standards for energy efficiency in circulator pump technology. Today the re-engineered MAGNA3 family has once again broken new ground and is simply the most efficient pump in its class available to the market today.
One of the main attributes of the MAGNA3 the AUTOADAPT feature is still encapsulated within the pump and ensures that energy usage is optimised. This benefit has now been joined by the FLOWADAPT and FLOWLIMIT control features that allow a maximum flow limit to be set which means the pump continuously monitors the system.
Reliability from A to Z Grundfos takes testing seriously. With 40 years of experience with electronically controlled pumps and 1 million test hours spent putting the MAGNA3 through its paces in extreme conditions, Grundfos guarantees that the pump is built to last.
Simple installation wizard just by looking, you know that MAGNA3 has been designed for easy and intuitive installation. It comes with a high-resolution colour display and once the pump is turned on, the new Assist™ software immediately guides the installer through the set-up.
Complete control on the GO - to get complete control over every aspect of pump performance, Grundfos has developed the innovative Grundfos GO control software. From the user-friendly interface on a smart phone or iPod Touch, you can monitor, set and control MAGNA3 and any other Grundfos e-pump.
With so much attention being placed on both the bigger and smaller details, the new Grundfos MAGNA3 range - that is being rolled out over 6 months - has already been hailed as an important step forward in pump engineering. A point that was proven at the recent prestigious Danish Design Awards, when the MAGNA3 was announced as the winner in the Industrial Design category.