HVAC-packaged pumping system

PACOpaQ by Grundfos is a HVAC packaged pumping system designed for water-based systems in schools, hospitals, commercial buildings and industrial plants.

10/19/2015


PACOpaQ by Grundfos is a HVAC packaged pumping system designed for water-based systems in schools, hospitals, commercial buildings and industrial plants. Courtesy: GrundfosThe Grundfos PACOpaQ is a HVAC packaged pumping system designed for chilled and hot water distribution, condenser water, geothermal loop, district heating and cooling, and other water-based systems. The system pairs centrifugal pumps that automatically determines speed and number of pumps needed to meet desired flow and pressure. It is designed for HVAC pumping applications in schools, hospitals, commercial buildings, and industrial plants; the system offers up to four pumps in parallel to accommodate complete range of end suction and vertical in-line pumping needs. Heat exchangers are included in the PACOpaQ as well as expansion tanks, hydraulic separators, and tangential air separators.

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