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Whatever your unique water challenge, Grundfos can help you think ahead. From multistage industrial and submersible pumps, to disinfection systems and massive wastewater pumping stations, the Grundfos portfolio offers solutions to your individual needs.
As a recognized global leader in advanced pump solutions and a trendsetter in water technology, Grundfos continuously pioneers new and improved ways to answer water and energy challenges. Every year, we allocate 6 percent of annual turnover, to R&D with the objective of developing advanced technologies that provide you with the best possible operating economy, quality, reliability, and functionality.
Together we can achieve significant reductions in energy use, water consumption and overall environmental impacts.
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Pump purchasing has evolved over the last decade. Although single pump, end-of-life replacement will always be part of the operational budget, pump systems linked together by control systems and architected to obtain maximum efficiency are growing in popularity.
Of the most pressing matters facing the water industry today, none are drumming up as much concern as the need for energy efficiency. Financial pressure, the need to protect the environment, limited resources, it all comes down to making the most out of the least amount of energy.
Grundfos recently bolstered its American municipal water utility business with the appointments of Thomas Morrison as Vice President, Service, and Rob Montenegro as Vice President, Municipal Sales.
The Grundfos S-Line of energy-efficient wastewater pumps are now locally assembled at the company’s Illinois-based Water Utility Competency Center, alongside other Grundfos brands, such as Yeomans®, Morris®, Chicago® and Sewer Chewer®.
Grundfos has launched an extended range of high-efficiency medium-sized SP submersible groundwater pumps.
Grundfos expands its Commercial Buildings line with the introduction of PACOpaQ, customized HVAC packaged systems that will be showcased at the 2015 AHR Expo in Chicago.
Grundfos, a global pump and water technologies leader, has been awarded a S$1.4M grant by the Singapore Environment and Water Industry Programme Office (EWI) to develop a novel wastewater filtration technology that can significantly reduce capital investment and operational costs for wastewater treatment.
With a population of 677, the small town of Harleyville, SC, located 60 miles northwest of Charleston, was looking to upgrade its aging lift stations to increase efficiencies, lower utility costs and reduce overall pump maintenance for its municipal wastewater facility.
In 1862, while prospecting for what was thought to be a vast deposit of silver and gold, John Searles made a serendipitous discovery in this unforgiving and isolated area located southwest of Death Valley.
Pumping station prevents flooding from blocking hurricane evacuation routes near Gulf Coast
Grundfos is a global advanced technology solutions provider with an annual production of more than 16 million units, making Grundfos one of the world's foremost pump manufacturers. Grundfos is a leading supplier of circulator pumps for heating and air-conditioning as well as other centrifugal pumps for agriculture, water supply and treatment, industrial, wastewater, dosing, and fire protection applications. Grundfos is the world's largest producer of circulators, supplying more than 50% of the world market of these pumps. In addition to pumps, Grundfos produces standard and submersible motors and state-of-the-art electronics for monitoring and controlling pump operations. The Grundfos family of product brands include Peerless Pump, Paco Pumps and Yeomans Chicago.
Founded in 1945 in Bjerringbro, Denmark, The Grundfos Group is a worldwide enterprise with 194 companies in 51 countries that employs more than 17,000 employees, with the U.S. headquarters in Kansas City, and the North American headquarters located in Chicago. As a global leader in the water treatment market, we offer solutions ranging from circulator pumps for mechanical treatment, to a broad line of chemical metering, disinfection generation, and monitoring and control equipment for precise chemical water treatment. This includes the revolutionary SMART digital dosing products and integrated, engineered systems.
|Optimized Solutions For The Entire Water Cycle
Grundfos and its legacy brands provide a comprehensive range of optimized solutions for the North American Water Utility industry. From raw water intake and drinking water treatment to water distribution, flood control and wastewater treatment, Grundfos is a full -line supplier of reliable products and robust service offerings for each application within the water cycle.
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Why do we need to change the way we think when it comes to water treatment? Because the world is facing two major challenges that need immediate solutions– we must rise up to meet them. Grundfos SMART Dosing and Disinfection provide intelligent solutions for unrivalled reliability and optimum efficiency in water treatment.
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It is our mission – the basis of our existence – to successfully develop, produce, and sell high quality pumps and pumping systems worldwide, contributing to a better quality of life and a healthier environment. Grundfos provides a complete range of dosing product including total package systems, all offering the most precise dosing with up to 3000-1 turndown capability, including the revolutionary SMART Digital chemical feed pumps.
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System control and easy maintenance for optimal chlorine dioxide disinfection
The facilities run by the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics have strict standards for water quality, as staff must protect the very sensitive equipment and patients under their care. Safeguarding against such threats as Legionella, there is no room for treatment system downtime. As maintenance issues with the network's existing water treatment systems became ever-increasing, a new technology was sought.