The HI Energy Rating database allows the public to search for energy efficient commercial/industrial pumps and circulator pumps that are within the scope described in HI 40.5 and HI 41.5 Program Guidelines, respectively. HI 40.5 provides the program requirements for labeling and listing clean water pumps identified in the energy conservation standard developed by the US Department of Energy. HI 41.5 provides the program requirements for labeling and listing clean water circulator pumps and describes the test method for evaluating circulator performance. The public can view and verify data on pumps with an HI Energy Rating (ER) Label. The ER Label is designed to clearly indicate the power savings obtained from pump system upgrades and changes. Manufacturers use the ER Label to differentiate products by power consumption. Public utilities and power companies can use the ER Label for incentive programs and rebates. Listed pumps have been tested at approved labs in accordance with HI 40.7.
Register as an Energy Rating Program participant to create pump energy rating labels, QR codes, and more.
Calculate a new ER and generate ER Certificates when adding a motor and/or continuous control to a constant load bare pump.
Analyze the Energy Ratings database to see how many pumps achieve a given Energy Rating range. This is especially helpful for utilities.
Search for pumps by Basic Model Number, Manufacturer, and Rating ID - which can be found on the Hydraulic Energy Rating label distributed with the pump.