Groundwater pumping for any demand
Whether you are looking to get your water supply from a well or boost up from a break tank, there is a groundwater solution to match your needs. High-quality submersible groundwater pumping solutions cover your water supply needs from small cabins in the woods to huge mansions with acres of lawn sprinklers. Regardless of your demands, you always get a dependable, efficient groundwater supply with a groundwater well pump ready to do the job.
Time for replacement – assess your pump before you start
Whether a submersible pump is 100, 200 or 500 feet underground, drawing it or inspection can be a costly affair. But by using our designated free tool, you can measure the efficiency of a submersible pump while it is still in the borehole. Low pump efficiency may mean it’s worth drawing, cleaning or replacing. Our SQ and SQE pumps are great replacement pumps when the time comes.
Choosing the right submersible
Choosing the right submersible solution can be difficult. Grundfos makes it easy with a range covering domestic, irrigation and livestock applications. Whichever solution you decide on, you can be sure it is designed to stand up to extreme conditions, reduce downtime and improve efficiency.
The SQE is the only submersible constant pressure pump on the market that comes fully equipped with built-in electronic control. Thanks to the variable speed drive the pump speed automatically adjusts itself to ensure constant water pressure despite changing demands. This efficiently eliminates weak or fluctuating water supply. The SQE is provided as an “all in one box” solution, easy to both install and operate.
Soft start built-in
See how soft start-up of the SQ and SQE pump reduces the electrical and mechanical load, benefitting installers and homeowners in many ways.
Dry running protection built-in
See how protecting the SQ and SQE pump from dry running maximises the well capacity, increases reliability and ensures a long pump lifetime.
Enhance your skills at Grundfos Ecademy
If you’d like to enhance your skills when it comes to submersible solutions or any other pump-related topic, then check out Grundfos Ecademy. This free digital training tool and information hub offers everything from online training and downloadable presentations to training tools – all designed to increase your know-how and keep you up to date with all the latest technology.
The new SP pump with permanent magnet motor
The new SPE System takes energy efficiency to a whole new level.
Highly efficient submersible solutions now available for both on- and offgrid applications.
Are flanges included within the scope of delivery when ordering circulator pumps or do these need to be ordered separately?
Flanges and seals need to be ordered separately. The type and size of the flanges and seals must be specified when ordering.
Can the pump be operated using a frequency converter?
Grundfos offers numerous speed-controlled pumps that are referred to as ‘E-pumps’ and which come equipped with Grundfos MGE motors with an integrated frequency converter. The manufacturing costs and material inputs are lower compared to pump solutions with external frequency converters. In addition, technical issues that may arise in connection with external frequency converters are avoided.
Finally, MGE motors have numerous additional features and advantages. In the event ...
Can the SP pumps also be operated in a horizontal position?
SP submersible pumps with a Grundfos or other submersible motor can be operated in any position from horizontal to vertical. The motor is arranged below the pump. A cooling jacket is generally required for these installation positions.
We would like to use particular makes of components – is that possible?
Our solutions are based on recognised standard components, but we can customise solutions to accommodate some of your specific wishes; for example, for measuring equipment, valves etc.
Do I have to follow the instructions for Grundfos pumps?
Yes, absolutely. The installation and operating instructions contain basic instructions which must be followed in connection with the installation, operation, and maintenance of the system. Hence, they must be read by the installer and the relevant personnel/owner prior to installation and commissioning. In addition, they must be available to personnel on site at all times.