Grundfos is present worldwide. Through 83 companies we are directly accessible in 56 countries, and through our network of partners, distributors and subdealers, we are present in even more. The first pump made was a water pump. Through the decades, we have sharpened our skills, and to this day, we take pride in moving water to where it should be. Using as little energy as possible when doing it.
Grundfos offers a wide range of dosing pumps representing state-of-the-art technology. Digital Dosing solutions (SMART Digital, DME, DDI) set new standards in liquid chemical handling and accuracy.
The operator can easily install and set up the pump to discharge exactly the quantity of dosing liquid required for the process in a unique drive and flow control management concept. The setting of the pump is displayed in ml/h, l/h or gph, and the operation mode is easily identified by means of icons.
The DMH mechanical hydraulic dosing pump range is the preferred choice for industrial and complex tasks. The DMH range is a series of extremely strong, robust pumps for applications where a substantial dosing range and high-pressure capabilities are required.
BoosterpaQ packages pumps and controls together for a robust, easy to install pressure boosting solution.
Grundfos constructs packages with two to six pumps and proprietary Grundfos control technology creating efficiencies 20% to 40% more efficient than competitive pump systems.
Grundfos manufactures all booster pump components with a focus on quality and efficiency. Engineers have designed BoosterpaQ Hydro MPC pumping systems to last. These systems are sturdy, compact units with easy access to all service parts. Users can apply BoosterpaQ pump systems in a wide array of applications, including domestic water pressure boosting, municipal water transfer, industrial process, HVAC and anywhere else variable flow is required. Because each system is designed to meet specific customer demands for capacity and control, users can move water simply and effectively.
Intelligent cascade control ensures that the optimum number of pumps required to meet the demand runs at any time. Together with CRE integrated VFD pumps, Hydro MPC pump systems are the most energy-efficient solution for pumping applications with changing flow demands.
The CRE pump is a CR pump, motor and integrated variable frequency drive. The CRE pump is a system which is able to solve application problems and save energy.
The basic CR pump range, which can be applied in almost any industrial solution, is already in itself the broadest range available. Through our modular approach, we have made it even broader.
The basic CR pump range is available in four different materials: cast iron, two grades of stainless steel, and all-titanium. There are eleven flow sizes, capable of producing up to almost 725 psi pressure, and with a variety of shaft seals, rubber materials and supply voltages.
Pump parts which are typically vulnerable to difficult liquids or particularly demanding operating conditions can be optimized for their purpose and designed for specific requirements.
CR pumps provide a complete range of pump solutions so that all applications, industrial and domestic, can benefit from the Grundfos touch. The applications that can be covered include the following:
The Grundfos CM/CME pump has been created with compactness, flexibility and reliability as its central features. This horizontal multistage close-coupled pump is a compact, reliable and quiet pump designed to work in a variety of applications.
The difference between the CM and the CME pump ranges is the motor. CM pumps are fitted with mains-operated motors, whereas the motors for CME pumps have an integrated frequency converter and PID controller.
A Grundfos engineered mechanical shaft seal has been designed to eliminate industry-wide problems with shaft seals sticking where SIC-SIC seal faces are used. The solution builds on both the implementation of a rotation stop on the stationary ring and different surface finishing on both the stationary and rotating rings.
The CM and CME pumps are available in cast iron or stainless steel
The Grundfos CM/CME is designed to be used in a variety of applications, including:
MTR, SPK, CRK, and MTC pumps are vertical multistage centrifugal pumps designed for pumping of cooling lubricants for machine tools, condensate transfer and similar applications.
The pumps are designed to be mounted on top of tanks with the pump stack immerged in the pumped liquid.
Grundfos MTR, SPK, CRK, and MTC pumps come with various pump sizes and various numbers of stages to provide the flow, the pressure and the length required.
The MTR, SPK, and CRK pumps consist of two seperate main components: The motor and the pump unit. The MTC pump is close coupled and the motor and pump end cannot be seperated.
The pump unit consists of optimized hydraulics, various types of connections, a motor stool, a given number of chambers and various other parts.
The immersible pumps are suitable for liquid transfer in all applications where you have a tank. As main applications the following can be mentioned:
All the benefits of the renowned Grundfos CR for an ANSI dimensional solution that will fit into your existing pump and piping footprint with no modifications (ANSI / ASME B73.1 piping dimensions).
The Grundfos CR-H offers optimized duty points to maximize pump efficiency and minimize internal wear. The result? Significant reduction in energy costs, maintenance effort and downtime along with increased pump life.