Grundfos vertical inline pumps TP and TPE can be used in many applications. This series consists of single-stage, in-line centrifugal pumps operating with standard motors and mechanical seals. Rigid coupling is used; that is, the pump and the motor are in separate units. In this way; TP and TPE show higher resistance to contaminants in the transfer fluid compared to similar pumps of the glandless type.

TP Pump

This pump model offers remarkable performance when it comes to reliability and efficiency. IE3 motors, which are standard parts in pumps, stand out with their quiet operation and high efficiency. All TP pumps are electroplated to provide corrosion resistance.

TPE pump

The main difference between TP and TPE pumps is the motor. Since frequency converter is integrated in TPE motors, it is possible to use different control methods. TPE pumps guarantee high energy savings and comfort for your applications.

Technical Information

Flow Q : Max. 4600 m3/h
Pressure High. hm. : Max.170 m
Liquid Temperature: Between -25°C and +150°C
System Pressure : Max. 25 bars

Features & Benefits

  • Optimized hydraulic design for high efficiency
  • Low power consumption
  • High efficiency motors
  • IE3 motors are used in 2-pole and 4-pole TP pumps with a power range from 1.1 kW to 90 kW.
  • Top removable design
  • Easy disassembly for servicing
  • Inline design
  • The impeller is hydraulically and mechanically balanced to extend the life of motor bearings and packings.
  • Electroplating is applied to the pump body and pump head/motor foot.
  • High resistance to corrosion
  • TPE, TPED – pumps with internal frequency converter
  • Low power consumption
  • TPE and TPED pumps use IE3 standard motors (except for 18.5, 4-pole).
  • Heating and central heating systems
  • District heating
  • Domestic hot water systems
  • Cooling and ventilation systems
  • Circulation of hot or cold water