- Max flow
- 1090 m³/h
- Head max
- 97 m
- Liquid temperature
- -25 .. 140 °C
- p max
- 16 bar
Grundfos TPE Series 2000, TPE3 is a plug and play pump for smart performance
The TPE Series 2000, TPE3 is more than just a high-efficiency, vertical in-line pump. It is the easiest way to get water circulation systems running optimally, with the right pressure and flow to meet varying demands. Because the TPE Series 2000, TPE3 is factory-set for proportional pressure control, all you have to do is plug it in and it is ready to go. A built-in differential pressure sensor works with the integrated frequency converter in the MGE motor to control pump speed. Compared to a conventional pump, that reduces energy consumption by up to 50 %.
With its close-coupled design and shaft seal chamber, the TPE Series 2000, TPE3 reduces impurities in the pumped liquid, thereby ensuring optimal water circulation and as a result extending the lifetime of the mechanical shaft seal. The TPE Series 2000, TPE3 is suitable for heating, cooling, air-conditioning and industrial applications.
How to save up to 80% pump energy
Sligo University Hospital retrofitted its heating system with new boilers and intelligent pumps from Grundfos. With remote monitoring and control and built-in intelligence that adapts the pumps’ output to the actual heating system pressure, the hospital is saving up to 80% on energy on the new pumps. Watch the film and read more.
At Viborg city hospital in Denmark, a steady supply of hot water is essential to maintain high standards of hygiene. Find out how the hospital gets instant hot water, as soon as the tap is opened, thanks to the Grundfos TPE3 circulator with constant temperature control.
How can a blockage in a heating/wet-running pump be overcome?
De-energise the pump. Remove the screw in the centre of the nameplate. The shaft located beneath this has a groove. Place a screwdriver in the groove and move the shaft in the direction of rotation until you have removed the blockage.
Modern self-regulating heating pumps no longer have a screw in the centre of the nameplate. However, modern pumps have an anti-block feature. Should a blockage nevertheless occur, the pump head must be removed.