Maximize Pump Performance
From commercial HVAC systems to wastewater and water treatment facilities, many industrial and commercial pump applications require powerful and durable pumps to efficiently move fluids. Imagine if every one of those pumps was powered by a motor designed to increase efficiency and improve system reliability, delivered in a form factor that is significantly smaller and lighter than a traditional motor. Sound impossible? It’s not. Infinitum Electric has you covered. Our motors also offer additional flexibility for pump applications through the integrated variable frequency drive (VFD) and our optional Internet-of-Things (IoT) capabilities, making it straightforward for facility managers to program and monitor pump performance while optimizing for wire-to-water efficiency.
Powering Centrifugal Pumps
Whether your application requires a vertical or horizontal pump, Infinitum Electric motors save space and increase pump efficiency. The innovative PCB stator in our motors offers current densities two to three times that of a conventional iron-core motor, and weighs 90 percent less. Our compact and powerful motor includes an integrated VFD, shrinking the overall motor footprint and requiring significantly less support structure, especially for vertical pumps, further reducing the cost of pump development and installation.
Driving Efficient Pumping
Our integrated VFD and optional IoT sensors give HVAC OEMs the ultimate flexibility to program pumps for fine control of pressure and flow, meeting a range of specifications for HVAC applications ranging from heat circulator pumps to chillers.
Water & Wastewater
Water and wastewater treatment facilities are critical infrastructure, so failure is not an option. Our motors are based on innovative PCB stator technology that is up to 9X more reliable than a conventional copper wire wound stator, for reliable 24/7 operation.
With built-in VFD and IoT capabilities, farmers can efficiently control the pumps powering irrigation operations, intelligently distributing water throughout their farms while reducing energy usage and combating rising operational costs.
Food & Beverage
The food and beverage industry faces immense pressure to reduce production resource usage, which means the many pumping applications, including industrial vacuum pumps and compressors, can benefit from being powered by more efficient motors.
Key Benefits for Pump Applications
Superior Control in a
Small Form Factor
Perform fine motor control with the integrated state-of-the-art VFD to run pumps at lower speeds and reduce overall energy consumption.
The disc-shaped design of our motors lets you significantly reduce the space and support structure required to mount even your most powerful pumps.
Predictive Analytics to
With built-in IoT technology, our motors can be programmed to provide valuable real-time performance analytics that can improve your uptime.
Using IEs Motors to Develop More Efficient Pump Applications
Our IEs Series motors are designed to work seamlessly with a variety of industrial pump applications, helping facilities overcome common issues associated with pump design, installation, and maintenance. The small disc-like shape of our motors offers a much needed motor option for easily working within the tight spaces where pumps are typically required. Additionally, our motors are designed to withstand the harsh environments present in many industrial settings as third-party reliability tests have shown our PCB stator is up to 9X more reliable than a conventional copper wire wound stator.
Industry Awards and Memberships
Infinitum Electric has been honored with multiple prestigious awards recently. This includes two R&D 100 awards as well as multiple AHR awards including the AHR Product of the Year Award and Innovation Awards in both the building automation and controls and ventilation categories. We also stay at the forefront of pump industry innovations and standard development through our membership in the Hydraulic Institute.
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