Grundfos Ecademy platform offers commercial training


The online learning platform Grundfos Ecademy has been around for over 10 years and was traditionally aimed at plumbers and merchants working within the domestic pump arena. This was the case until recently, when a host of new topics aimed at consultants and specifiers working on larger commercial projects was added to the curriculum.

Due to the success and popularity of these new additions, even more new topics have just been added to the ever-growing line-up, this time aimed at those who work within the industrial arena. This means that professionals that are involved with larger industrial applications as well as relevant partners, can get access to a range of modules covering four initial topic areas:

• Temperature Control

• Boiler Systems

• Industrial Water Treatment

• Desalination

These topics now sit amongst a wider collection of product and pump related resources, providing a learning platform that is of interest to those working with smaller pump solutions right up to those involved on large scale commercial and industrial projects.

The portal can be accessed from a smartphone, tablet or computer and can be used whenever it suits the user’s schedule. Not only do users have the opportunity to learn something new, on completion of four topic quizzes you can choose a small gift.

Register for the Grundfos Ecademy for free by visiting the link below.

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