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We have exciting news to reveal: the new Grundfos SCALA2 is now available here at Anchor Pumps! The WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) approved SCALA2 Grundfos pump is new product that promises to provide consistent water pressure in every tap in your house every hour of the day – this also includes when... Read more
The United Nations has recognised Grundfos Pumps for its technological advances in sustainable water solutions in underdeveloped nations.
Their initiative, Lifelink, was one of 15 to win the United Nation’s Momentum for Change: Lighthouse Activity Award in the Information and Communication Technologies section.
The company has received global recognition for its work in developing new technologies to... Read more
With 270 beds, 16 digitally enhanced operating theatres spread over five storeys and an indoor tree-house where children can play while convalescing, the brand new £237 million Alder Hey Children's Hospital is a wonderful healing environment featuring some of the best paediatric facilities in the world. The state-of-the-art hospital requires an efficient, state-of-the-art infrastructure, which is why the... Read more
Many people may be surprised to know that humble pumps account for almost 10% of electricity demand worldwide! An essential element of urban life, from circulating water for buildings, gardens and swimming pools, pumps are a day to day necessity - but how do we cut down on the vast amount of energy wasted by our pumps?
The problem has been... Read more
In the Western world we’re used to using vending machines to get products and ATMs to draw out cash, but in a new development in Kenya, ATMs are now being used to deliver fresh water with the help of Grundfos Pumps.
When Danish pump specialist Grundfos began to look at how water was being distributed in the... Read more
In a small Danish town in 1945, Poul Du Jensen founded Grundfos Pumps after being asked by a local farmer to supply him with a water pump.
From these humble beginnings 70 years ago, the company has grown and now produces 16 million pumps annually and employs 19,000 people in 55 different countries. Grundfos is one of the world's leading... Read more
While Wimbledon is hailed as the most coveted tennis championship, it is also the only Grand Slam to be played on grass. Some players find it tricky to adapt from a hard or clay surface to the faster grass courts. It can be a tricky surface, especially after a shower when it becomes slippery, and if it is too dry... Read more
The Open Golf Championship is one of the most prestigious events on the golfing calendar. This year's tournament, the 144th Open, has a little extra gravitas added to it because of where it is being held. St Andrews is arguably the most famous golf course in the world and possesses a rich history and heritage which few other venues can... Read more
If you think you have trouble keeping warm in winter, spare a thought for Samir and Bertus - two young male rhinos at Edinburgh Zoo. Native to sunny India, they suddenly find themselves facing the chilly Scots air. One possibly surprising source of assistance came from Grundfos Pumps, which has partnered with a number of other companies and organisations such... Read more
Grundfos pumps already have a positive reputation as a brand with a conscience, producing some extremely energy-efficient models which are very kind to the environment when compared with the competition.
However, Grundfos - one of the leading pump manufacturers - is also helping mankind in a more direct and tangible way. This can be seen in poor communities such... Read more