Grundfos delivers a wide range of products encompassing a huge number of applications. Our pumps are designed to provide excellent reliability and meet or exceed current energy efficiency regulations. To deliver a complete solution, we offer a comprehensive range of drives, controls, energy-efficient motors and sensors, which are combined to offer seamless functionality and integration. Backed by solid service and genuine parts, you will find exactly what you need to get the job done right.
Solving H2S issues based on actual operating conditions
Hydrogen sulphide causes odour and corrosion in sewer systems, and it can pose a serious health hazard to operating staff. The presence of hydrogen sulphide depends on many factors, and problems can therefore be hard to predict.Grundfos Hydrogen Sulphide Solution automatically monitors actual conditions in sewers and manholes. It measures all H2S occurrences in the manhole. Based on these measurements, the optimal dosage is found and used in the wastewater over the subsequent days. Over time, dosage is regulated to meet daily and seasonal variations.The result? Efficient removal of odour and corrosion issues, and reduced chemical consumption. And because the Grundfos Hydrogen Sulphide Solution is fully automatic, operating staff does not need to spend precious time measuring H2S levels or adjusting chemical volumes.
- Easily manageable
- Labour saving
Fully integrated turnkey solution
The Grundfos Hydrogen Sulphide Solution consists of several fully integrated Grundfos components. For more details and technical specifications on the components, click the links below.
When Danish utility company Mariagerfjord Vand A/S experienced hydrogen sulphide issues in a challenging pumping main, Grundfos Hydrogen Sulphide Solution quickly solved the problems. All odour issues have vanished, and Mariagerfjord Vand A/S has managed to cut chemical expenses by 70% in the affected area. "The hydrogen sulphide sensor indicates zero, and the complaints have stopped", says Operational Manager Brian Frost.