Domestic Central Heating Circulating Pumps
Grundfos produces a range of domestic central heating products. These circulator pumps are designed to move hot water from the boiler to the heating system. They provide users with a comfortable temperature and access to instant hot water.
This is a range of highly efficient circulator pumps, which feature the AUTOADAPT control mode. They are one of the most energy efficient circulators available.
This is an advanced energy efficient domestic circulator that meets EuP legislative requirements. They provide the highest levels of energy savings when compared with older fixed speed models.
CM and CME
These pumps are non-self-priming, horizontal, multistage, end-suction centrifugal pumps. They are a close-coupled type of pump and are generally used as a built-in pump for OEM solutions and domestic boosters.
COMFORT circulator pumps are used to recirculate hot water in pressurised systems. The AUTOADAPT mode provides a low energy system, whilst maintaining a comfortable temperature.
These are condensate pumps, which have been produced to last a long time and provide silent operation. They include a range of unique and patented features that make them extremely robust.
This mobile tool box provides access for professional users wherever they are. It offers access to online tools and saves time when reporting and collecting data.
This is a range of small, medium and large circulator pumps that are fitted with wireless communication equipment and use electronically controlled motors. They offer AUTOADAPT, FLOWADAPT and FLOWLIMIT features, reducing energy consumption.
This is a compact wall mounted unit that contains one or two small pressurisation pumps and control equipment. It is used to connect small heating or cooling installations as part of domestic or commercial premises.
These are 3 speed circulator pumps, which are available in 50 and 60 Hz models. They are canned-rotor type pumps that can be fitted in both open and closed systems.
These are used to replace small heating circulators that are used in systems where there is limited space and the existing products do not meet EuP legislative requirements.