Wilo-VeroLine-IPS

Design

Glanded pump in in-line design with threaded connection or flange connection

Application

For pumping cold and hot water (in accordance with VDI 2035) without abrasive substances in heating, cold water and cooling water systems

Type key

Example IPS 40 GRD
IPS In-line pump
40 Nominal diameter DN of the pipe connection
GRD Mechanical seal

Special features/product advantages

  • Worldwide availability of the standard motors used
  • Bidirectional, force-flushed mechanical seal

Technical data

  • Minimum Efficiency Index (MEI) ≥ 0.4
  • Permissible temperature range ‐10°C to +140°C
  • Mains connection 3~230 V, 3~400 V, 50 Hz
  • Protection class IP 55
  • Nominal diameter Rp 1 and DN 40
  • Max. operating pressure, 10 bar or 6 bar for flange connection
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Description/design

Single-stage, low-pressure centrifugal pump in in-line design with

  • Mechanical seal or stuffing box
  • Threaded or flange connection with pressure measuring connection R 1/8
  • Standard motor

Materials

  • Pump housing and lantern: EN‐GJL‐200
  • Impeller: Plastic
  • Shaft: 1.4021
  • Mechanical seal: BVEGG; other mechanical seals on request

Scope of delivery

  • Pump
  • Installation and operating instructions

Accessories

  • PTC thermistor sensors, PTC resistor tripping relays, special motors

General notes - ErP (ecological design-) directive

  • The benchmark for most efficient water pumps is MEI ≥ 0.70
  • The efficiency of a pump with a trimmed impeller is usually lower than that of a pump with the full impeller diameter. The trimming of the impeller will adapt the pump to a fixed duty point, leading to reduced energy consumption. The minimum efficiency index (MEI) is based on the full impeller diameter.
  • The operation of this water pump with variable duty points may be more efficient and economic when controlled, for example, by the use of a variable speed drive that matches the pump duty to the system.
  • Information on benchmark efficiency is available atwww.europump.org/efficiencycharts
  • Pumps with power consumption > 150 kW or a volume flow QBEP < 6 m3/h are not subject to the Ecodesign Directive for water pumps. Therefore, no MEI value is shown.