IronHeart

 

Domestic Water Booster Pump

Since 1985, IronHeart has been the industry standard domestic water booster pump for commercial buildings up to 10 stories tall. We start with a series of high value close-coupled end suction pumps. We include the most essential features to the standard model. We offer the the most valuable options that engineers often specify. The result? A versatile product line that has a flow range of 100 – 800 gpm, and up to 100 psi boost.
Now with over 200 models, in both vertical and horizontal configurations, the IronHeart fits most engineering requirements for a domestic water boosters used in a typical commercial building.

Operator Safety Through Quality Manufacturing: Each system contains the right combination of pumps, motors, and controls. And SyncroFlo accepts complete responsibility for every IronHeart system component. To reduce the chance of property damage or personal injury, each IronHeart bears numerous industry certifications: ASME-NB Stamped HydroCumulator Tanks, NSF Certified components, and OSHA and NEC compliance. Both ETL and UL certify the finished prodct for compliance to all applicable standards.

Quality Assurance through System Testing: In a typical plumbing system, it’s almost impossible to test the capabilities of the pump system on-site. You will be confident that the IronHeart on your site has passed SyncroFlo’s unique performance testing and quality standards before shipment. Every booster system and its component parts have gone thru a complete electric and hydraulic test. Testing includes a flow test from zero to 100% design flow rate under specified suction and net delivery pressure conditions. This is beyond the industry standard hydrostatic (pressure-only) test. Optional X-Y plot test report, as well as live witness testing via the Internet, is available.

PLC Control: Our PLC control program gives the user many valuable options — sequence shifting, successive alternation, automatic 24 hour alternation, power restart sequencing, weekly pump exerciser function, permanent program memory, and adjustable lag pump start time delay.

Variable Speed Option: In many cases, variable speed pump control is a proven benefit to the owner. Improved efficiency, reduced maintenance, and smoother control are all possible with a well-integrated pump system. With a SyncroFlo VFD IronHeart, you can rest easy knowing that the most experienced manufacturer has engineered the best solution for the conditions. Your only surprise will be how smoothly the startup went.

 

 Standard Features Include:  Popular Options Include:
 CIBF End-Suction Pumps & ODP Motors  TEFC Motors and NEMA 4 Enclosure
 ASME HydroCumulator Tank  Color Touchscreen Interface
 Pressure Sequencing  Variable Frequency Drives
 Horizontal and Vertical Configurations  Remote-Mounted Tank
 Individual Disconnects & Glycerin Gauges  Copper or Stainless Instrument Tubing
 OSHA Compliance certified by UL & ETL  NSF 61 Annex G Certification
 Factory Performance Test (at Design Point)  X-Y Plot & Witness Testing via Webcam
 Flanged or Welded Header Construction  Grooved Piping Connections

Selection Information
> 3550 Family Curve
> Popular VFD Model Numbers
> Popular Constant Speed Models
> VFD Sequence of Operation and Operator’s Guide 

Typical Drawings in 3D (requires Internet Explorer 5.1 or higher)
> VFD Duplex Vertical 4" Header
> VFD Duplex Horizontal 4″ Header
> PRV Triplex Horizontal 4″ Header
> PRV Triplex Horizontal 4″ Header

Guide Specification Files in MS-Word Format 

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SyncroFlo Earns NSF 61 Certification
SyncroFlo has earned certification to manufacture packaged pumping systems to the NSF 61 standard for safe drinking water equipment. NSF 61 is a standard that measures the dangerous contaminants that plumbing equipment could impart to drinking water. It attempts to establish soluabilty standards for equipment, so that drinking water providers (such as your water department) can more readily comply with the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. Safe and drinkable water is the goal. 

> For more information, go to this web page at nsf.org
> or this web page at Wikipedia
> Click here to see SyncroFlo’s certificate.