Are you looking for a compact, high-performance Wash & Clean system?
The number one challenge when designing a Wash & Clean system is fitting a powerful pump into a small space – while still delivering the pressure needed to handle sudden variations in flow. Grundfos iSOLUTIONS offer compact, high-performance pumps with optimal overload and system protection. Suitable for tough, damp environments, these intelligent solutions can be integrated into your overall system and can monitor and control auxiliary equipment.
With Grundfos iSOLUTIONS for Wash & Clean systems you can:
- Get more pressure from a compact pump
- Increase equipment efficiency
- Accurately monitor the system
- Simplify maintenance
- Reduce purchasing, engineering, installation and commissioning costs
Expertly tailored to your needs
When you choose Grundfos iSOLUTIONS, our Wash & Clean experts will work with you to tailor your pumps to the precise requirements of your system design and your signature features and performance. You get a single point of contact for the design, support and service of your pump system.
Are you looking for an integrated approach to your Wash & Clean solution?
A Wash & Clean system that’s fully integrated into your equipment can make the work environment more streamlined and operations more efficient. Grundfos iSOLUTIONS deliver compact, pre-programmed and tested pumps – ready to work in the final system and handle even the toughest environments.
Pump features include:
- High-speed operation
- Run-at-power-limit function
- Dry-run protection
- Discharge pressure control.
- Fast adaption to variation in flow
- Immediate Stop-at-no-flow function
- Break tank and feed pump control
- Control of external equipment
- System monitoring and surveillance
Grundfos Wash & Clean pumps deliver a high RPM in a compact design. They are also equipped with a function that reduces the speed of rotation when nominal power is exceeded, which means it is practically impossible to overload the motor.
You can boost the pressure at lower flows by increasing frequency
By increasing max speed above nominal and allowing the pump to operate to the power limit, it is possible to get more pressure from the same pump – as long as the nominal power from the motor is not exceeded. This can either increase pressure from the pump or allow the system to operate with an under-sized motor.