Grundfos Announces Sales Release of Grundfos LCSE Split-Coupled End Suction Pump

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. — First introduced at the 2014 AHR Expo, the Grundfos LCSE split-coupled end suction pumps are now available for sale in the United States. Available in 21 different models, the fully integrated, intelligent LCSE pumping system features the MLE variable speed motor in ranges from 3 to 30 horsepower (HP) in 3500 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 3 to 25 HP in 1800 RPM. Speed control pumps like the LCSE offer energy savings of up to 50 percent.

“Our integrated pump systems help our customers meet the energy challenge now by improving system performance and reducing lifecycle costs,” said David McLean, vice president of Business Development for Grundfos Commercial Buildings. “The intelligent MLE motor system greatly simplifies pump commissioning and startup for each of the models. As a pioneer of innovative pumping solutions, Grundfos is dedicated to developing the highest quality pumps and pumping systems while at the same time contributing to a better quality of life and a healthier environment.”

Ideally suited for new commercial HVAC/R applications and retrofits, the LCSE offers one sole supplier for pump, motor and drive, resulting in reduced planning, purchasing, installation, wiring and commissioning costs.

The LCSE offers a systems approach, which, through intelligent technology, adapts precisely to current demand to deliver performance, energy efficiency and reliability. The integrated, energy?optimized MLE system consists of a system controller, variable frequency drive (VFD) and standard asynchronous motor all in one, and can be fitted with loose sensors. Both are configured and interfaced at purchase, and their plug-and-pump design results in quick and easy installation.

In addition, the LCSE features a footprint 35 percent smaller than that of a frame-mounted design. Its design allows for rapid mechanical seal access without motor removal. The unique design requires no baseplate grouting or coupling alignment in the field. The LCSE also features Grundfos GO technology, which allows building managers to remotely control and monitor the pump from a smart phone or tablet. The GO also facilitates installation and commissioning.

Product CSI specifications, range charts, brochure, pricing, and selection of the products will be available on The LCSE is available for six-week delivery.

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With an annual production of more than 16 million pumps, Grundfos is the global leader in advanced pump solutions and a trendsetter in water technology, specializing in circulator pumps for heating and air conditioning as well as centrifugal pumps for industrial applications, fire protection, water supply, wastewater and water treatment. In addition to pumps, Grundfos produces standard and submersible motors as well as state-of-the-art electronics for monitoring and controlling pumps. Since its inception in 1945, the company has flourished from one small factory in Bjerringbro, Denmark to a global corporation comprising more than 80 companies and over 18,000 employees. In 2012, Grundfos reported net revenues totaling $4 billion.

This year, the company celebrates its 40th anniversary in the United States. In North America, Grundfos employs more than 1,600 people – 1,300 in the U.S. alone – and is continually expanding its regional expertise. Grundfos North America maintains operations, sales and service facilities in Olathe, Kan.; Allentown, Pa.; Fresno, Calif.; Brookshire, Texas; Aurora, Ill.; and Indianapolis. In Canada, Grundfos has a sales facility in Oakville, Ontario, and in Mexico, the company operates a manufacturing facility in San Luis Potosí and sales offices in Monterrey and Mexico City.

High on the company’s corporate agenda is an active commitment to improving the environment. Grundfos contributes to global sustainability by pioneering technologies that improve quality of life for people and care for the planet. For more information, visit, or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.


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