Bell and Gossett introduce the GMU560 glycol unit for optimal efficiency

Bell and Gossett

Bell & Gossett has updated its Glycol Make-Up Unit GMU560, focusing on efficiency and user-friendliness. The 115V Flojet diaphragm pump maintains critical system pressure levels.

Bell & Gossett’s updated Glycol Make-Up Unit GMU560 has additional features in support of Xylem’s commitment to Building Better Futures, as well as a focus on continual improvement and excellence across all systems and solutions. This improved variant is designed to be efficient and works well with automatically refilling glycol or glycol/water recirculating systems.

The 115V Flojet diaphragm pump maintains critical system pressure levels, allowing for fluid losses due to leakage or evaporation. It operates only when needed for optimal control and has a hand-off-auto (HOA) control switch for ease of use. This pressurized solution is easy to install and completely automatic, offering operational and resource efficiencies.

Jim Wilkinson, Product Manager, Packaged Systems, Xylem Inc., said, “The enhanced Glycol Make-Up Unit GMU560 (GMU560S and GMU560P) represents another step forward in Xylem’s commitment to delivering premium packaged solutions to the market.”

Jim Wilkinson adds, “With hydronic systems increasingly the more efficient choice for heating and cooling, being able to offer an updated GMU that meets this growing trend and includes the addition of a redesigned control panel, and also mechanical improvements is ideal for anyone seeking both user-friendly and eco-conscious solutions.”

The Glycol Make-Up Unit is an enhanced model that requires a 115/1/60 single power connection and a 3/4″ MNPT system piping connection. It features low-level protection, automatic pump shut-down when solution levels are low, and pressure-reducing valves and gauges for easy system adjustments. The new design eliminates leak paths between plumbing and tank, allowing full access to piping from the front of the tank. The improved model offers a net cost reduction compared to the previous design, and has a 55-gallon capacity for glycol solution or potable water.

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