Pump groups: how to perform installations quickly and flawlessly
Pump groups are devices connecting several elements of the installation previously installed separately. Factory-selected and combined systems of elements are a modern solution to ensure the speed of assembly and efficiency of the installation.
The selection of elements of the pump group is made by experienced professionals from among the products of world leaders in a given industry. Pump groups use devices that are reliable and best suited to the application. Their performance parameters are also optimally selected. The use of pump groups eliminates the risk of oversizing the installation. Pump groups are designed for easy and quick installation and convenient servicing of the installation. Therefore, they ensure safe and long-term operation of the heating system.
It is worth looking for pump groups
On the market you can buy many pump groups designed for different types of installations. These can be pump groups for central heating, domestic hot water, underfloor heating, solar installations. The most popular are pump groups consisting of typical elements necessary to connect the boiler with the central heating system or mixing pump groups with a distributor for underfloor heating installation. Often, however, these are systems designed for unusual, difficult situations, requiring the use of special additional elements, e.g. a mixing set with a by-pass to handle the underfloor heating circuit on a single floor – useful in a situation where in the heating system, in addition to underfloor heating, there are also ordinary radiators.
Author: ESBE press materialsPump groups are pumps with the necessary equipment of hydraulic systems placed in a common housing. They allow you to speed up the installation of heating or water systems.
Advantages of pump groups: faster
The components of the pump group can be purchased separately and installed in turn, but this takes more time for the executive team. Now that we’re trying to build as fast as possible, working time is extremely valuable, and a system with lots of pump circuits can be built by the execution team up to twice as fast as if they were doing it traditionally.
Advantages of pump groups: better
Mistakes can be made when assembling many small components. The elements of the pump group are factory installed – they have been tightly twisted with the use of appropriate insulation materials. Thanks to the well-thermally and acoustically insulated pump group housing, the installation operates more economically and quietly. It is also easy to operate, because in pump groups the electrical components are usually outside the insulation. It is enough to disassemble only part of it to gain access to the most important elements.
Advantages of pump groups: cheaper
Pump groups are prepared to work with the highest possible energy efficiency. They are equipped, depending on the model, with thermostatic mixing valves, controllers, actuators or progressive mixing valves. Usually, ready-made pump groups are cheaper than their counterparts consisting of elements purchased separately.