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New Central-Cooling Pump Sets Have Variable-Frequency Drives.

Italian process-cooling system supplier Frigel (U.S. office in East Dundee, III.) has launched the Aquagel GPV central-cooling system process pump sets, which feature variable-frequency drives (VFD) and the company's 3PR control. According to Frigel, the GPV process pump sets are identical to the previous GPP product line--featuring the same pumps, valves, fittings, manifolds, etc. What is new is the addition of the VFD and the 3PR control platform, which Frigel originally launched at NPE 2015. That control gives users greater access to data on operating pressures, flow rates, and energy consumption.

Together, the VFD and 3PR control ensure the pumps operate at peak efficiency with the lowest possible energy consumption, while simultaneously giving users precise control for optimal performance.

Additional features of the Aquagel GPV include modular bolt-on capabilities for simplified integration into Ecodry or Heavygel central cooling systems; multiple high-efficiency pump and motor options; a prewired inverter drive per pump (range 40-60 Hz); manual-mode operation available with each inverter; and automatic pump cycling, including standby pumps, to equalize running times.

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Title Annotation:HEATING/COOLING
Publication:Plastics Technology
Date:Dec 1, 2017
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