Pressure-booster package

TechnoForce e-HV offers variable speed and hydraulic performance when additional potable water pressure and flow is required.

03/16/2016


TechnoForce e-HV offers variable speed and hydraulic performance when additional potable water pressure and flow is required. Courtesy: Bell & GossettBell & Gossett's TechnoForce e-HV is a pre-engineered pressure- booster package for commercial applications, office retail space, schools, hospitals, and industrial plants. These compact, multipump packages offer variable speed and hydraulic performance when additional potable water pressure and flow is required. The 304 stainless steel bases and manifolds offer chemical and corrosion resistance. Individual through-panel circuit breakers provide accessibility without the need of a full-station shutdown. The package also includes direct motor-mounted Hydrovar Multi-Master variable speed drive/controllers and TEPE motors paired with variable frequency drives. TechnoForce e-HV is available in duplex, triplex, and quadplex arrangements with flow rates up to 780 gpm and meets ASHRAE 90.1 energy requirements for pressure boosters.

Bell & Gossett

www.bellgossett.com



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