The Grundfos circulator impressed the jury, who described it as “an impressive tool”.
On Monday, at an event in “Industriens Hus” in Copenhagen, His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Frederik, handed out awards to designers and companies, who had created value adding Danish design solutions, within 13 categories spanning business-, society-, individual- and special awards.
Grundfos received the award for the ALPHA3 in the category ‘Save Money’. The combination of a pump, a reader and an app makes it easier and more effective to adjust heating systems, making sure that the end-users gain an even better heating economy. The jury describes the ALPHA3 as “an impressive tool”.
User friendly innovation
“The new pump is technologically superior and gives the installer an overview to, and the end user a possibility to, on an until now unseen scale to follow and adjust consumption. An example of user friendly innovation, which takes one step further compared to other existing solutions in the energy area, meaning a lower energy consumption, a lower utility bill and a better indoor climate,” it is said in the motivation for choosing the ALPHA3.
From Grundfos, Karsten Frilev, Global Program Development Manager comments: “To me, the award highlights that we are on the right path, when we develop digital solutions, focusing on the end user and user friendliness. I hope this award can motivate us to continue on this track and intensify our efforts in this area.”