Grundfos, Grundfos Sololift, Grundfos Multilift, Lifting stations, Water management, Wastewater management, Water pipes, Wastewater treatment

Grundfos presents its line of lifting stations

The powerful wastewater solutions are designed for residences and commercial buildings

Wastewater treatment has become a necessity in modern infrastructure. Lifting stations are primarily designed to move wastewater from lower to higher elevation in the building through the pipelines. They can replace traditional pumps as it will not be able to transport wastewater from these low areas such as basements that are away from the main drainage system.

Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump technology and a trendsetter in water solutions has state-of-the-art lifting stations that provide easy wastewater removal. They are prefabricated compact solutions and their compact design ensures that it fits in small spaces.


Grundfos Sololift is ideal for homeowners as it enables drainage without depending on the location of the existing gravity-based drain system. It comprises five compact models that are designed to transport wastewater to the nearest pipeline. Grundfos Sololift solutions are equipped with reliable motors and components that are resistant to hot water up to 90°C for 30 minutes. The pressure tight tanks can withstand 2,5m water column. The lifting station can also be integrated with additional items such as alarms to improve its reliability.

Grundfos’ compact Multilift is ideal for modern commercial buildings that generate high volumes of wastewater on a daily basis. Multilift is pre-assembled, pre-wired with footprints between 0,25 – 2 sq-m and the capability to discharge is up to 100m3 of wastewater per hour. The powerful pumps are designed to operate in a cost-efficient manner for long periods of time. With a thickness of up to 8mm, the tanks of Multilift can manage high pressures in a stable manner.

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