Energy saving Evosta pumps meet new European legislation

  • 30 Oct 2014

New range of high efficiency Evosta circulators from DAB Pumps

New Evosta circulators from DAB Pumps

  • designed for circulating hot water in domestic heating systems
  • pump reacts to system changes automatically and adapts the circulator performance
  • delivers high efficiency performance
  • minimises energy consumption.
  • meets the 2013 and 2015 Energy Related Products (ErP) requirements (Energy Efficiency Index (EEI) ? 0.23) in line with European Directive 2009/125/EC

Ideal for retrofit situations

Evosta is dimensionally the same as a traditional type pump it will replace, making it ideal for retrofit situations, where old three-speed circulators need to be replaced with Head of 4, 5 and 6 meters.

Fast, simple installation

Installation time is saved because they have a single sequential setting button and a traditional brass vent plug used to bleed the system and unlock the motor shaft if required.

Pump motor casing manufactured from die-cast aluminium so the pump does not require any overload protection, providing added peace of mind when fitting.

Adam Ferneyhough, Commercial Manager for DAB Pumps: “Thanks to its advanced technology, the new range of Evosta circulators ensures high efficiency, bringing appreciable benefits in terms of energy savings. Evosta guarantees a 70% reduction in power consumption compared with traditional circulators and provides peace of mind for installers, knowing they will meet their 2015 EEI obligations.”

DAB Pumps,
Units 4&5 Stortford Hall Industrial Park,
Dumow Road,
Bishop's Stortford,
Hertfordshire,
United Kingdom,
CM23 5GZ

Phone: 01279 652776
Fax: 01279 657727

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