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HPM April 2013

CROSSWORD MAGNA1 of a kind APRIL CROSSWORD ACROSS 7 Unusual cure produces a light brownbeige colouration (4) 8 Opening and closing of Games, taking in radius, found quite different supplier of pumps 8) 10 Purpose in pot - getting stoned! (5) 12 Play-acting, as part of training perhaps, all ropey, strung out (4-4) 14 Minestrone, for example, in this when in trouble (4) 17 Smokes a reefer, retaining Indian dress (5) 18 Stirred tea and scoffed (3) 19 Poplar emerging through broken panes (5) 20 Eager to break out and achieve harmony of views (5) 22 Radioactive inert gas is dispersed and/or... (5) 25... broken down, tears resulting in transfixed contemplation (5) 28 Bored endlessly to extract bauxite, for example (3) 30 A feast, children's favourite now only found online! (5) 31 Thin staff with conjurer's magical baton? (4) 33 Set a myth going about purple quartz (8) 35 Serve garbled poetry (5) 36 Liquid measure, 78 APRIL 2013 HEATING & PLUMBING MONTHLY calculating building's facing outside (8) 37 Unusually wary, turned to one side (4) DOWN 1 This clue isn't one down! (6) 2 Unconscious sense of right and wrong goes pure bananas (5-3) 3 Fragile priest jumps off the top - nimble! (5) 4 I leave complicated "bit.ly," input for nuclear power instead, getting synthetic rubber (5) 5 Puts on more commercial films, we hear (4) 6 Use lot! Dissolved chemical substance (6) 9 Ran around to get nucleic acid working within cells (1,1,1) 11 Exposed, circle above the writer (4) 13 Once around the track, appearing only when seated? (3) 15 In-board paddle for a boat (3) 16 Irritate Lords leaving developers in a curious state (5) 19 Indicates direction - war, or something else? (5) 21 The adage runs thus:- this is what will happen if you get a hat! (3,5) 23 Bar being raised in ill-tended lea, this land should be cultivable (6) 24 Ned comes up to study (3) 25 Solidifies as the sun goes down? (4) 26 Many lose head - one, some, every or all? (3) 27 A sorry tangle of prayer-beads (6) 29 TV aid to change equipment for lowering a small boat (5) 30 British Standard about energy measurement causes masses of floating ice! (5) 32 Father gets over initiating old panelling extending part-way up the wall (4) 34 Not officers in regimental body (3) One of the greatest challenges of the 21st century is to ensure sustainable development. Pumps are an important part of this solution as they actually offer a five times greater energy savings opportunity in comparison to more recognisable energy saving targets such as lighting. Traditionally, we know that most pumps in circulator applications tend to be over-sized, this is now less prevalent in new-builds but is a real problem in refurbishment projects where pumps are often replaced with a ‘like for like’ without any consideration being given to the buildings current requirements. Today, there are now solutions available that will save significant energy with new product introductions like the Grundfos MAGNA3. This range of medium and large circulator pumps comes with electronically controlled motors based on permanent magnet and compact stator technology. It is designed for circulating liquids in light commercial and commercial applications, including heating systems, domestic water systems, air conditioning and cooling systems - as well as in renewable applications. Also available from Grundfos is the MAGNA1 circulator range, which also delivers the required high energy efficiency, but with a reduced set of features. These pumps can offer the perfect solution in a refurbishment situation where you need to either replace a Grundfos UPS product or one of the smaller models from the original Magna family. With an Energy Efficiency Index (EEI) that complies with the EuP 2015 requirements, all Grundfos MAGNA models can achieve savings of up to 75% compared to a typical installed circulator, making them an ideal choice in meeting the new PSBP demands. The MAGNA1 range features 44 single and 39 twin pump models in DN25 to DN100 flange sizes, as well as improved hydraulics and a compact stator designed to minimise electrical energy consumption. The new product sets the pace in the circulator pump industry already meeting the EEI level set for 2015. This launch follows on from several other recent product upgrades and introductions from Grundfos, including the UPS2 domestic pump and pump head that has also been designed to meet the strict energy requirements of not just the EuP 2013 legislation, but those due in 2015. The compact head offers real options in terms of a fast and energy efficient solution to upgrading or replacing pumps in restricted spaces e.g. in boilers or pre-plumbed cylinders. For your chance to win a backpack full of Grundfos goodies, cut out and send the completed crossword by April 30, 2013 to: ‘HPM/Grundfos crossword’, Grundfos Pumps, Grovebury Road, Leighton Buzzard, Beds, LU7 4TL ACROSS: 3 Butts, 8 Volute, 9 Rally, 10 Ire, 11 Unbeaten, 14 Disc, 17 Arch, 18 Nth, 19 Carat, 21 Ennui, 23 Onset, 25 Swift, 27 Loo, 29 Roam, 30 Duct, 32 Grundfos, 34 War, 36 Chore, 37 Idylls, 38 Stein. 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HPM April 2013
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