Grundfos product selector makes light work of pump replacement

Published:  01 April, 2015

Grundfos reports that its new online product centre launched last year continues to gain in popularity — and believes this is because much though and consideration went into redesigning and developing this pump-selection tool to make choosing the right pump as easy as possible.

Replacement pumps can also be easily selected by selecting the ‘replacement’ option in the home page. There are two choices — enter the name of the old pump into the quick-search field or enter the pump’s name and other data into the classic search field.

Three replacement choices will be offered — offering lowest purchase price, lowest energy consumption and lowest total lifecycle cost.

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