Bell & Gossett is Building Better
Discover how we are taking action to build a better future through innovative and sustainable solutions
The “X” plate advantage
Our new high-efficiency gasketed plate and frame heat exchangers (GPX) improve thermal performance by up to 20%.
New Series e-90E Smart Pump optimizes operations & increases energy savings up to 70%
Rapid system design is at your fingertips.
With System Designer by Systemwize™ you can design and quote a complete hydronic system in minutes through four simple steps.
Parallel Pump System optimizes hydraulic strategy
Exactly what you need in a circulator: ecocirc® XL
A simplified, user-friendly status display keeps the installer informed on pump settings and performance.
The highly efficient E-60 ECM
Significant energy savings with improved performance.
Pressure Independent Control Valve: The ideal energy efficient soultion for your HVAC system.
About Bell & Gossett
Bell & Gossett is a leading manufacturer of pumps, valves, heat exchangers and accessories for plumbing, wastewater and HVAC — including steam and heat transfer — applications.
Together, we meet the world’s most critical water challenges head-on by engineering the broadest portfolio of products, applications and services to create efficient systems and sustainable solutions. Every day, our company meets the expanding needs of growing populations, communities, and industries that are driving demand for water system improvements, often in the harshest environments.
Levi’s® Stadium: Setting a new standard for conserving natural resources with Bell & Gossett
The new $1.3 billion Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, California, home to the National Football League’s (NFL) San Francisco 49ers, is a model of sustainability. With a 27,000-square-foot green roof, owners’ suites decked out in reclaimed wood, and farm-to-table concession offerings, the 68,500-seat stadium includes a wide variety of “green” features. But none of these is more crucial to its operations than the use of recycled water for its flushing and irrigation systems, which account for 85 percent of the facility’s water usage.
Bell & Gossett plays central role in retrofit of New York apartment buildings
When the Twin Parks housing development was built in the Bronx in the early 1970s, it was hailed internationally for its architectural innovation and promise for urban renewal. Forty years later, as buildings in the scattered-site complex are being updated one by one, Twin Parks is again being recognized at the highest levels for innovation, this time for its focus on energy-efficiency.