Grundfos was founded in Denmark in 1945. After a number of years, this pump manufacturer has grown into the global market leader in water pumps. The innovative manufacturer is a trendsetter in water technology and introduces new types of pumps every year. They focus on the latest technologies and sustainability.
The Grundfos Group, comprising more than 80 companies, is one of the major suppliers of pumps in central heating and air conditioning. In addition to these circulation pumps, Grundfos is a big name in the field of pressure boosting. For example, the brand supplies many booster sets for various buildings.
View some series of Grundfos pumps below, is the pump you want not listed? Then please contact us.
The submersible drain pumps (DP) cover a motor range of 0.9-2.6 kW. These pumps are equipped with a semi-open vane impeller that can pump solids up to 10mm in size.
AP(G) pumps are designed for pumping wastewater, sludge-containing water, groundwater and sewage. These pumps are equipped with a cutting system that cuts all destructible solids into small pieces.
Series of vertical multistage centrifugal pumps.
These pumps have the suction and discharge ports on the same level. The pump head and housing are made of cast iron. All other wetted parts are stainless steel.
The SP series includes submersible borehole pumps and are designed for pumping groundwater. All pumps within this series are made of stainless steel and are available in 3 material qualities. The pumps are suitable for drill holes in sizes from 4" over 6" and 8" to 10". The motor sizes for the pumps are available in 0.37-250 kW.
The production of Grundfos pumps is huge, more than 16 million pump units are made every year. These pumps are circulation pumps for heating and air conditioning, but also certainly centrifugal pumps for industry, water supply and waste water. Because of this, there is a good chance that you also have a pump of this brand, if parts or revision are required for this pump, then you have come to the right place at IPG.
In addition to standard motors, Grundfos also produces submersible motors and has its own technologies for making pressure and frequency controllers.
Years of experience in the design, development and production of high-quality pumps is one of the interfaces between the Industrial Pump Group and Grundfos. Not that IPG produces pumps itself, but we do strive for the best solution for the customer and the application. Do you have a challenge for us or need advice? Then please contact us.
A climate crisis is imminent and much is needed to counter it. Grundfos does not shy away from this challenge and wants to influence the global water and climate challenges with its intelligent solutions and concrete actions. In the strategy, the Danish company says that it wants to reduce its carbon footprint by 50% in 2025 compared to 2008. Grundfos also has the ambition to reduce its own water consumption by 50% in the same year compared to 2008.
By the year 2030, it will become really serious if Grundfos wishes to provide water to 300 million people who today have no access to it. But also through intelligent water management, which saves 50 billion m3 of fresh water.
GRUNDFOS SPARE PARTS
Parts are required for overhauling pumps, it is advisable to use the original parts for maintenance. The parts of the manufacturer Grundfos can be supplied by IPG, as an official dealer, the pump experts can provide you with a free quote for your parts request. You have also come to the right place for parts drawings and pump advice.
Depending on the medium to be pumped, the parts can be supplied in various materials. Which material part is required depends on the medium, but can often also be found on the basis of the serial number on the type plate. That is often the reason why this type plate is requested.
Grundfos has a wide range of industrial pumps for different applications including water supply, wastewater treatment. The brand also makes submersible motors and offers advanced technologies for pressure and frequency controllers.
Grundfos is one of the better manufacturers of submersible pumps, they are one of the best in the world. The submersible pumps manufactured by Grundfos are extremely efficient and durable. The Unilift pump is a popular model and has a version of the pump for various applications. For example, there is a Unilift for emptying your cellar, but also one for pumping dirty water. The pump is of high quality and easy to install due to the quality requirements of the manufacturer.
These high-quality, smooth borehole pumps have been developed for low energy consumption and the best performance. These pumps are at the top of the market and are extremely popular worldwide, partly due to the broad expertise within the professional water supply of the Danish manufacturer. The borehole pumps are made of high-quality material and are therefore a high-quality product that can last for years.
Various Grundfos series consist of multi-stage pumps, such as the popular CR series: these vertical multi-stage pumps are easy to install between 2 pipes and are therefore very easy to maintain. These pumps have a high efficiency and, like all pumps from the Danish brand, deliver reliable performance. This series consists of various pumps, each of which has its own configuration, so that these pumps are available for many applications.
GRUNDFOS THROUGHOUT THE YEARS
To inform you about the enormous company that Grundfos is, we will briefly take you through the history of the Danish company.
1944: The company is founded in Bjerringbro as Bjerringbro Pressestøberi og Maskinfabrik (Bjerringbro Die-casting Foundry and Machine Factory).
1945: The company starts producing its first pumps.
1947: First well pump produced.
1949: The company starts exporting its pumps, in this year they start to Norway, followed 4 years later by Sweden. Today, Grundfos supplies pumps worldwide.
1952: Multistage pump is introduced under the name CR, which we still know as one of the company's most successful pump series.
1960: The name Grundfoss, then still with a double S at the end, is taken into use.
1967: The popular well pump series: SP is made and produced in stainless steel.
1973: A major step in Grundfos' global success, the company moves to the United States.
1976: Started producing own engines.
1989: Grundfos is the first pump manufacturer in the world with an ISO certificate.
1990: A technology center is opened, partly because of this, the Danish company is still progressive.
1991: The "Intelligent pump" is launched.
2000: In the coming years, Grundfos will mainly focus on digitizing pumps and add various innovative pumps to its range.