Leading manufacturer of pumps Grundfos based in Denmark has launched a state-of-the-art solar inverter that will facilitate crop irrigation by providing solutions in solar energy. Launched in October at a Dubai exhibition, this new inverter enables modern installations powered by solar energy and helps make water supply systems more independent and self-reliant. The new inverter will also reduce operating costs substantially. A unique marriage of Grundfos high efficiency pumps and these new solar inverters will enable more water through solar panels. According to a statement released by the company, there will be a steady focus on obtaining more value from irrigation systems in terms of more crop with every drop.
The way the world uses water and energy will define how the requirements of the current and future generations are met effectively. With technology getting innovative and intelligent by the day, good gains both in terms of protecting the environment and in terms of operating costs are likely to result simply by replacing a simple component – irrigation pumps – that is an integral part of all agricultural operations. This new Grundfos inverter is capable of being installed outdoors, owing to its industry standard rating and can also withstand ambient temperatures of up to 60 degrees Celsius. This makes the Grundfos inverter a perfect product for use in the Middle Eastern countries.
The new solar inverter has been designed in such a manner that it is suitable to be retrofit into a source of solar energy to the submersible pumps. It is a more efficient and environment friendly system for land irrigation. This will also ensure enhanced cost benefits and guarantee a faster return on the original investment, according to the company’s official statement.
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