High-precision and cost-effective metering pumps ensure consistent potable water quality, eliminate weekly maintenance and protect water authority operators from noxious fumes.
COPENHAGEN -- Grundfos' ALPHA3 product has taken home a Danish Design Award for its financial efficiency and advanced technology. Grundfos received the award in the 'Save Money' category, as the...

The professional training staff at Grundfos bring this informative, educational event that will provide all the ins and outs of working with seals. Improve your reliability and costs, and benefit from maintenance information. Don’t miss it!

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BJERRINGBRO, Denmark (March 20, 2017)—Fredrik Östbye is joining Grundfos to further strengthen the company’s ambitions of taking digitalization to the next level in its business offerings,...

In the last 10 years, the use of permanent magnet motor technology has really started to take off in the pump industry. Permanent magnet motors have been around since the 1960s, originally only DC powered, but the advances for AC controlled motors began in the 1980s due to the advances in microelectronics and power semiconductor devices. This webinar will highlight how this technology can benefit pumping applications.

Participants of this webcast will learn and/or understand:

BJERRINGBRO, Denmark (Jan. 16, 2017)—The Business and Social Development Commission—on which more than 35 global CEOs and other leaders serve, including Grundfos CEO Mads Nipper—has released its...
BJERRINGBRO, Denmark (Dec. 20, 2016)—Grundfos has named Jean-Luc Daudon the new vice president of group quality. He brings more than 20 years of industrial experience and extensive knowledge of...
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (Dec. 14, 2016)—In line with its commitments toward sustainability, Grundfos will embark on a drive for waste management and recycling its pumps, according to a statement...
PARSIPPANY, NJ (Dec. 13, 2016)—Members of the Hydraulic Institute (HI), Armstrong Fluid Technology, Grundfos, Taco Inc., WILO USA and Xylem Applied Water Systems participated on a 15-member...
BJERRINGBRO, Denmark (Dec. 12, 2016)—A project in Chicago aims to show how wastewater treatment can be done in a more energy efficient way, according to a statement from Grundfos. In the future,...

Cavitation and net positive suction head (NPSH) are two of the most vexing problems encountered when selecting and applying centrifugal pumps.

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (Nov. 8, 2016)—Grundfos has appointed Susan Carter as vice president of human resources for the Americas region, where she will oversee all aspects of employee service and...
AURORA, Ill. (Sept. 27, 2016) — Grundfos held its fifth annual Walk for Water charitable benefit in Kansas City, Missouri, and Aurora, Illinois, raising more than $35,000 for global water crisis...

When pump systems operate inefficiently, the added electrical cost cuts into profitability for business owners or increases funds needed from taxpayers to keep the municipal water supply going. When pumps operate inefficiently this can also result in higher maintenance costs. This webcast will present some basic steps needed to assess an existing pump system and what steps to take in terms of making improvements that will help reduce electrical costs and improve system reliability.

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In large projects where the pump energy is only a fraction of the total energy consumed, it has often resulted in over-sized pumps based on worst case conditions where in many cases were never encountered. Too often a pump or pump system was sized based on a design condition that was at or very close to a particular pumps highest efficiency. What may not have been considered at the time was the duty cycle and how far off that point of highest efficiency the pump or pumps would actually be operating.

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (Aug. 10, 2016) – Grundfos has named Thomas Morrison executive vice president of the company’s U.S. Water Utility business. In this role, Morrison will have complete P/L...
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (Aug. 2, 2016) – Grundfos has elevated Jonathan Hamp-Adams to the newly created role of general manager of Grundfos USA. In this role, Hamp-Adams will lead all Grundfos sales...

Entrained air is one of the most persistent problems that plague hydronic heating systems. It is also one of the least understood. This webinar will help you understand why air elimination is critical for proper system function, how air problems develop, and how to rid the system of them. In addition to an exploration of air separation devices, it will give practical advice on system design and a process for effectively eliminating air from your hydronic heating system.

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NEW YORK (JUNE 24, 2016) – Grundfos CEO Mads Nipper was among today’s speakers at the United Nations Global Compact Leaders’ Summit in New York. He used his speech, among other things, to remind...
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (June 16, 2016) -- Grundfos Pumps Corporation appointed Dieter Sauer as regional managing director of the Americas Region. Dieter Sauer In this role, Sauer will oversee all...
Integrated pumping solution efficiently matches municipal water pressure with community demand in Cottonwood.
LENEXA, Kansas (May 4, 2016) -- Global pump manufacturer Grundfos officially broke ground on a new 40,000-square-foot office building in Lenexa, Kansas during an April 12 ceremony. Left to right:...
Studio Miyah (Courtesy of Grundfos) DUBAI (April 25, 2016) -- In an effort to reaffirm its sustainable innovation and environment-friendly practices, Grundfos Gulf Distribution opened today its new...
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (March 1, 2016) – Grundfos was recently recognized for its performance during the 2015 DEWA supplier annual evaluation. The Certificate of Appreciation highlights...
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (Feb. 11, 2016) – Grundfos Pumps Corporation has appointed Nathan Olds as the vice president of Domestic Building Services (DBS) Trade for the United States. In this role, Olds...
Industry leaders voiced their thoughts about 2016—what is important, what trends we should watch for, what is new in the market. Here are some of those remarks, as selected by our editorial team.
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (Jan. 26, 2016) – Duncan Cooper, Grundfos Pumps Corporation’s regional managing director and group senior vice president for the Americas, will leave the company during the...

Dosing pumps, also known as metering pumps, provide accurate liquid chemical feed into a fluid that is to be treated. This webinar will introduce you to the basic concepts that lead to improved process control, high flow accuracy, and effective handling of hazardous and expensive chemicals in an almost endless variety of markets and applications.

Participants will receive a certificate to submit for CEU credits!

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It used to be that wire-to-water efficiency was only considered for extremely large and costly pump projects - where energy consumption represented a significant percent of the total cost of ownership. Today with higher pump, motor, drive, and energy costs it is of utmost importance to evaluate the entire pump system and projected costs even for small projects. The wire-to-water efficiency is the overall efficiency of the pump system and knowing how to effectively calculate it will make cents for you and your customer.

Given the wide variety of pump choices, how do you decide which type to use in the first place? This free webinar will give insights into how to make that critical decision when specifying pumps for nonresidential HVAC applications. Whether a frame-mounted or close-coupled end-suction, horizontal split-case, vertical turbine, submersible, circulator, vertical multi-stage, or other pump type, this educational session will help attendees choose the most appropriate and optimal pump type for the job. This is not a course on how to select pump sizes and optional features.