Cooling System Accessories Give Users Better Control Over System

Frigel’s Aquagel GPV Central Cooling System Process Pump Sets with variable frequency drives and 3PR control technology improve user experience with cooling systems.

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Frigel North America, Inc. announced advanced 3PR control technology and variable frequency drives (VFD) for its new Aquagel GPV Process Pump sets, which combine to ensure that the pumps operate at peak efficiency while consuming the lowest possible amount of energy and giving users the ability to gain precise control of the units. The enhanced Aquagel GPV is part of Frigel’s family of pumping, reservoir and filtration systems designed for use with its central cooling systems, the Ecodry and the Heavygel.

With Frigel’s 3PR control console, users can easily monitor all data in real-time for the pump stations. 3PR enables users to access full operating schematics that monitor pump performance such as pressures, flow rates and VFD capacity, and it gives users the ability to make adjustments on the fly. Real-time data, combined with trouble-shooting options, gives users the ability to gain precise control of the system.

3PR has alarm and fault indicators and a dated history log to identify any potential system issues. It has all pump values including pressures, calculated flow rates and temperatures, real-time data for pressures versus set points and pump variables in real-time including speed, frequency, and electrical consumption. The VFD pumping assembly on the Aquagel GPV pump sets automatically equalizes the pressure depending on the process cooling demands like the number of machines, pressures and flow rates.

Additional highlights of the Aquagel GPV pump sets include modular bolt-on capabilities that integrate into Ecodry or Heavygel central systems, multiple choices of high-efficiency pump and motor assemblies to meet any system requirements, a pre-wired inverter drive per pump (range 40–60 Hz), manual mode operation that is available with each inverter, automatic pump cycling (including standby pumps to equalize running times) and a complete, factory-supplied trim with non-ferrous wetted surfaces.