Grundfos Pump Stations
The Grundfos CR vertical, multistage, centrifugal in-line pump family works for water supply, water treatment and almost any industrial solution – including those for high-pressure, hot, dangerous, flammable and aggressive liquids.
Thanks to a small footprint, the pumps are also easier and less costly to install than comparable pumps.
The new CR pumps have been developed using simulation-driven design to perfect every single component and have been field-tested around the world, so you can install and operate the range with total confidence.
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At Land & Water we use a variety of Grundfos Solar Pumping solutions which offer many benefits over traditional grid-based pumping systems, featuring easy installation, low maintenance and low operating costs.
Grundfos offers full-line, customisable renewable solutions that are sized, configured and packaged to suit individual requirements. Because of this, the total lifecycle cost of a Grundfos solar pumping solution is considerably lower than other water supply systems. Based on solar power, Grundfos Renewable Solutions combine state-of-the-art pump technology with sustainable, energy efficient solutions to provide a reliable water supply to remote locations with no access to electricity.
Our range includes a variety of Solar Submersible Pumps, Solar Surface Mount Pumps, Solar Complete Systems & Solar Panels.
Submersible Bore Pumps
A Submersible Bore Pump is designed to operate beneath the earth’s surface. Like the sump pump found in many homes, a submersible pump will not work unless it’s completely submerged in liquid. Unlike an above ground pumping system, which sucks water out of the ground, a submersible is designed to push water to the surface.
Above ground water pumps have a higher rate of mechanical problems and failures because of the dynamics of pulling water up from a well. Above ground pumps can lose prime causing the motor to burn out and require replacement. Submersible pumps have fewer problems and can last up to 25 years before needing to be replaced. Cavitation is a common problem with above ground pumps. Submersible pumps are not subject to cavitation problems due to the fact that they are usually deep beneath the surface of the water.
At Land & Water Technology we stock a variety of Grundfos & Lowara Sumersible Bore Pumps at competitive pricing. – Shop Here