Grindex is a world leader in electrical submersible pump technology for demanding applications such as construction, mining and heavy industry. The pumps are known for their high reliability, durability and dependability. Thanks to the built-in motor protection and the air valve, the pumps can run unsupervised for longer periods, and even run dry for a length of time.
Grindex was founded in 1940, and has been located close to Stockholm, Sweden, from the start. Since 1960 we've been dedicated to develop absolutely the best quality electrical submersible pumps - designed without compromise for professional users the world over. We strive to offer a pump for every need: drainage, sludge and slurry, in the most challenging environments imaginable.
Grindex exports to over 100 countries around the world, and has a subsidiary in the USA (Grindex North America).
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