High and dry with Grundfos

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Being left high and dry is something that is not normally an aspiration. However, there are some circumstances both within as well as around the home and garden that will require the successful removal of non-aggressive water, drain water or grey wastewater. When you have such a demand you will require a submersible drainage pump to successfully resolve the situation and remove the unwanted liquid.

Grundfos can help as they have a wide range of proven submersible pumps, that through their robust design and reliable operation, will support many drainage scenarios. Such as the lightweight Unilift CC range that are engineered from composite materials with a stainless-steel strainer, virtually maintenance free, meaning today they are the preferred solution for a range of applications.

Then there is the Unilift KP stainless-steel family, these are the preferred solution for many situations including those involving effluent from domestic septic and sludge treatment systems or when there is a greater demand, then the Unilift AP is the right choice in many instances as it can cope with a flow rate of 9.44 l/s and a 18m head.

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