Grundfos, the award-winning world leader in advanced pump solutions, is pleased to announce that its latest generation of MGE-motors will be launched at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) scheduled to be held during 16-19 January in the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center.
Grundfos MGE-motors achieved a remarkable world class rating with their IE5 classification offering 10% energy savings and up to 25% reduction in payback time of controlled E-pumps compared to IE3 solution. The latest generation maximizes the benefits of extreme energy efficiency and outstanding pump performance, providing another testimony of the company’s sincere and deeply rooted commitment towards sustainability and the environment.
“The new motors are the result of our continuous development efforts and our extensive experience in pumps sector, and come in line with our sustainability plans that are an integral component of Grundfos strategies,” said Henning Sandager, Grundfos Area Managing Director, Middle East and Turkey.
He added: “The launch of the new generation during the WFES 2017 is uniquely significant as it stresses the company’s global involvement in sustainability, and sheds light on the benefits the company can offer to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the wider Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) markets. The new IE5 classified MGE-motors have a wide range of applications in industrial and commercial building sectors making them the ideal solution-of-choice for businesses in the thriving market of the UAE.”
The IE5 level has been attained by all MGE-motors in the range from 0.75 to 11 kw, and will come onto effect by January 1st 2017. These ground breaking motors by far exceed the coming legislative demands to meet the strictest criteria of the highest energy efficiency level for electrical motors. Notably, all Grundfos MGE motors in the range from 0.75 kW to 11 kW have successfully attained the IE5 status.
The IE5 motor with integrated frequency converter connects the accumulated pump experience of Grundfos into the dedicated control software. This combination of pump and customizable software optimizes the system’s performance for any load point, delivering an unsurpassed reduction of energy consumption. The key to these MGE motors unparalleled performance lies in their state-of-the-art intelligent components. These will adapt to the surrounding system and, coupled with the high-efficiency IE5 motor, will drive energy consumption down considerably.
“Reliable, customizable and energy sufficient are the words that connect to the MGE-motors from Grundfos. Since their introduction in 2013, the motors have set the standards in the business, and just recently, the updated version has raised the bar even higher. Their energy efficient attributes, including the frequency converter, have made it possible for motors to exceed the previous versions and can now be marked IE5, the highest energy efficiency level worldwide for electrical motors,” concluded Sandager.