Commercial Pumps & Boilers

For high-pressure applications, high-pressure pumps are the most efficient option as long as the comply with Australian Trade Measurements. Because these pumps are used continuously, they need to have higher PSI and consistent flow. Some commercial industries prefer plunger pumps to diaphragm pumps or industrial standpipes because they require less maintenance. They also last longer than diaphragm pumps, and are less expensive to run. Here are three types of commercial pumps: axial flow, multi-stage, and self-priming centrifugal.

Grundfos Hydro MPC HVAC is a packaged pumping system for chilled and hot water applications. This package arrives at the job site pre-tested and ready to install. Rinnai introduced its new Duo system at AHR Expo, combining the latest hybrid technology with the best in commercial rack systems. The Duo 2 is an explosion-proof submersible pump, with a 119-gallon storage tank and two CU199 Rinnai tankless water heaters.

Xylem Professional Plumbing is a global leader in HVAC equipment. Their packaged system pumps are designed to remove wastes from below the ground and push water out. They are available in various sizes and configurations, and are easy to install. Choose from a range of pump models with various basin and control panels. These packages are suitable for residential and commercial applications. In addition to being environmentally friendly, these pumps can save money for your business.

Commercial pumps are available in a wide variety of configurations. In a residential setting, a quiet, compact model is needed to avoid disturbing neighbors. But for a business that relies on disinfectant applications, a powerful, durable, and corrosion-resistant pump is necessary. But this doesn’t mean you have to compromise on performance and quality. If you want to keep your business running smoothly and efficiently, you need a reliable, durable pump with high pressure and accurate flow.

Commercial pumps are often used for cooling and heating. These systems can be either hydronic or VRF. In a hydronic system, water-based heat and cooling is provided by the water through a network of pipes. A hydronic system is made up of various components: a pump, a heat exchanger, and a pipe-based refrigerant. While a conventional HVAC system uses water, VRF systems are essentially refrigerant-based. Typically, it is equipped with a series of indoor cassette units and a heat exchanger.