Intended for residential and light-commercial hydronic applications,
ALPHA™ features the innovative AUTOADAPT™ function that
automatically and continuously adjusts circulator performance to the
changing needs of the hydronic heating system.
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Grundfos Pumps Corporation, part of the Grundfos Group, is a global
pumps and pumping systems leader serving the residential,
commercial-building and process-industry markets, as well as being a
major supplier to the water-supply and water-treatment industries.
Grundfos is known for advanced products, technology and brands including
Alldos, Hilge, PACO Pumps, Peerless Pumps, and Yeomans Chicago
Corporation. Producing over 10 million pumps each year, Grundfos strives
to improve reliability and energy savings, and to exceed customer needs
wherever water moves. Grundfos is focused on innovative, sustainable
solutions while maintaining the highest ethical standards.
Grundfos is proud to introduce the next generation of energy
efficient circulators – the Grundfos ALPHA. By incorporating a
permanent magnet motor design, power consumption is now reduced by 50%.
The Grundfos ALPHA™ adapts to the variable demands of the system
without sacrificing comfort. Using the AUTOADAPT™ feature, the
Grundfos ALPHA will analyze the system and adjust to meet your heating
Traveling educational vehicle visits New York headquarters of
Discovery Channel’s custom-bike builders, offering contractor and
engineer visitors information and hands-on training in the latest
technologies for residential, commercial and industrial pumps.
NEWBURGH, NEW YORK — More than 200 people visited Orange County
Choppers (OCC) in Newburgh, N.Y., on October 15 to participate in the
Grundfos “Impossible Tour” — a fully equipped, mobile educational
center for trade professionals in the plumbing, heating and piping
industry. The Grundfos visit to OCC was the largest tour event to date
and the sixth of 14 stops across the Northeast during the months of
October and November. This final swing of the 2009 “Impossible Tour”
began in Cleveland, Ohio, in early October and ends in Lancaster, Pa.,