Enhanced pump controller

Xylem's Bell & Gossett TechnoForce XLS enables facility managers to meet a variety of design specifications by providing control for up to eight pumps from a single system.

04/29/2014


Xylem's Bell & Gossett TechnoForce XLS enables facility managers to meet a variety of design specifications by providing control for up to eight pumps from a single system. Courtesy: XylemXylem's Bell & Gossett TechnoForce XLS pump station is designed to help building owners and operators improve water management in commercial, industrial, and specialty applications. The TechnoForce XLS enables facility managers to meet a variety of design specifications by providing energy-efficient and reliable control for up to eight pumps from a single system. It provides up to 300 psi of pressure boosting with vertical multi-stage pumps and stainless steel piping so the system moves water to where it is needed. The Technoforce XLS's operator-friendly features include a flexible design for simplified installation and setup; customizable alarm notifications; a 5.7-in. color touchscreen interface; and duplex, triplex, and quadplex arrangements. It also has single- and three-phase mode as well as a generator power mode.

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