OLATHE, KANSAS — On October 1, Grundfos Pumps Corp. launched an aggressive initiative to replace old, low-efficiency pumps with new, higher-efficiency pumps, providing optimized pump performance as well as energy and operating cost savings.
The Upgrade Program, which is designed to enhance business in the short-run, will afford users the opportunity to purchase a higher efficiency pump at a discounted price, and replace lower-performing pumps with an innovative, energy-conserving solution.
“The program is not limited to only replacing other manufacturers’ pumps,” says Market Development Manager Edward Smiley. “Older Grundfos models in some of the categories will qualify as well, providing widespread benefit to the marketplace. We are offering an unprecedented incentive to upgrade old technology to new, while at the same time improving the customer’s use of energy.”
Pumps included in the Upgrade Program cover wide ranging industrial and commercial building applications, as well as machine tool, vertical multi-stage, ANSI, and dosing pumps.
The program will remain in effect through December 16th. Additional information is available through Authorized Grundfos Distributors and Sales Staff.
ABOUT GRUNDFOS PUMPS:
Grundfos Pumps Corporation, part of the Grundfos Group, is a global pumps and pumping systems leader serving the residential, commercial-building and process-industry markets, as well as being a major supplier to the water-supply and water-treatment industries. Grundfos is known for advanced products, technology and brands including Alldos, Hilge, PACO Pumps, Peerless Pumps, and Yeomans Chicago Corporation. Producing over 10 million pumps each year, Grundfos strives to improve reliability and energy savings, and to exceed customer needs wherever water moves. Grundfos is focused on innovative, sustainable solutions while maintaining the highest ethical standards.
Founded in 1945 in Bjerringbro, Denmark, The Grundfos Group is a worldwide enterprise that employs more than 18,000 people in 81 countries with North American headquarters in Olathe, Kan.