KSB Presents Calio S and Calio Therm S Pump Series


KSB presents the latest generation of their high-efficiency circulator type series Calio S and Calio Therm S.

KSB Presents Calio S and Calio Therm S Pump Series

The latest generation of the Calio S circulator with its newly designed control panel and robust push-buttons (KSB Aktiengesellschaft, Frankenthal, Germany)

All pumps come with a newly developed plug-type connector and straight cable entry. Strands with cross-sections of up to 1.5 mm2 can be entered and clamped without the need for tools, so the pump can be connected or disconnected within seconds.

No matter what the conditions, setting the pump is straightforward, fast and reliable with the re-designed control panel with robust push-buttons and optimised operating software.

The combined power and flow rate display provides a continuous insight into the hydraulic operating point and the power consumption data.

This facilitates hydraulic balancing of the system and makes commissioning easy for the service personnel.

The pumps are available in standard overall lengths of 130 mm and 180 mm in grey cast iron or stainless steel. All 180 mm pumps are fitted with thermal insulation as standard.

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