Grundfos is one of the world’s leading water technology companies. Grundfos are committed to pioneering solutions to the world’s water and climate challenges and improving the quality of life for people.

Grundfos is a global leader in advanced water pump solutions

Leading the way since the 1940's

Being responsible, thinking ahead and innovation is their promise

Sustainability is a mindset, its the way they do business.

Through 83 companies Grundfos are directly accessible in 56 countries, and through their network of partners, distributors and subdealers, they are present in even more. The company employs around 19,700 people today. Poul Due Jensen founded the company in 1945 from his basement in Bjerringbro, Denmark. The first pump made was a water pump. Through the decades, Grundfos have sharpened their skills, and to this day, they take pride in moving water to where it should be. Using as little energy as possible when doing it.

Pump range to cater for most industries

There are literally hundreds of models of the various pumps below. Please use the contact button for more information.

Grundfos circulator pumps are designed for best-in-class efficiency with low maintenance. Compared to conventional circulators, they cut energy consumption by up to 80 %, while delivering noise-free performance. Here you can find the right circulator pump for your heating, cooling and hot water recirculation needs.

End-suction long-coupled single-stage pumps are ideal for large-scale industrial applications. As with all end-suction pumps, the liquid runs directly into the impeller and the inlet and outlet form a 90 angle to each other. The long-coupled design makes the pumps easy to service and maintain.

End-suction close-coupled single-stage pumps are common in every industrial facility and water treatment plant in the world. Available in both a vertical and horizontal design, the end-suction close-coupled single-stage pumps are easy to install thanks to the compact size and the 90 angle from inlet to outlet.

In an end-suction close-coupled multi-stage pump, the liquid runs directly into the impeller and the inlet and outlet form a 90 angle to each other. The pumps typically produce high pressure relative to flow, making them ideal multi-purpose pumps for both industry and water boosting in general.

Grundfos submersible wastewater pumps are designed as sealed units combining a pump and integrated motor that can operate below the surface of wastewater. Submersible wastewater pumps are perfect in permanent installations for efficient removal of wastewater from a property whether from washing machines, sinks and showers or drainage from the garden.

Grundfos submersible pumps represent advanced hydraulic design and offer high efficiency, high resistance to sand and other abrasives, motor burnout protection and easy maintenance. Made entirely of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, Grundfos submersible pumps are ideal for applications including groundwater supply, irrigation, groundwater lowering and pressure boosting.

Horizontal split case pumps are in-line pumps in which the pump housing is divided axially into two parts. Horizontal split case pumps are characterised by their high efficiency and low noise levels, as well as how easy they are to service. The pumps are designed to work in a variety of applications, including public water supply, district cooling and HVAC systems.

In-line single-stage pumps are typically used in commercial buildings for air-conditioning and heating applications. The pumps are equipped with standard motors and mechanical shaft seals. They are close-coupled, meaning that the pump and motor are two separate units, making them less sensitive to impurities in the pumped liquid.

In-line multi-stage pumps are used in installations in which a high head is needed. Several impeller stages are connected in series and the inlet and outlet are on the same level. In-line multi-stage pumps are used for water supply, water treatment and almost any industrial solution including those for aggressive liquids.

Grundfos offers booster sets for hospitals, high-rise apartment blocks, irrigation systems and other purposes where there is a need for constant pressure to meet varying demand on the water supply. Check out the broad selection of Grundfos booster sets here.

Designed for mechanical or digital control, you can rely on Grundfos diaphragm pumps to provide the accuracy, durability and reliability you need for water and wastewater treatment, industrial processing and many other applications.

An immersible pump means that the pump itself is immersed in the pumped liquid. They are typically mounted on top of or inside tanks or containers. Immersible pumps are often used in the machine tool industry for example, in spark machine tools, grinding machines, machining centres and cooling units or in other industrial applications involving tanks or containers.