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Backed by 70 years of experience and commitment to manufacturing quality centrifugal pumps, Griswold® provides solutions for many of the world’s largest industrial applications. With our world-class engineering expertise, deep application knowledge, testing capabilities, and exceptional customer support, we meet our customers' most demanding application requirements.
The 811 ANSI Series product line is a complete line of ASME (ANSI) B73.1 centrifugal pumps available in a wide range of options and materials.
The 811SP series is a line of centrifugal pumps designed for robust performance in harsh self-priming applications.
The 811CC (Close Coupled) Series centrifugal pumps match the features, flexibility, and performance of standard 811 Series pumps while incorporating a compact, space-saving design that offers significant benefits.
The 850 Series Centrifugal Pumps have been specifically designed for versatility. Thanks to their efficient performance, extensive features, long life and easy maintenance, 850 Series pumps are ideal for use in a wide variety of water-pumping applications.
The E,F&G Series is a full line of heavy-duty centrifugal pumps ideal for water based applications available in a broad range of sizes and configuration options with extensive performance features.
The H Series is a unique line of self-priming centrifugal pumps used for a variety of water applications. The H Series pumps have been designed to lift water up to 25 ft and perform where other self-priming pumps can't.
Our technical capabilities, manufacturing process and expertise across all for our teams allow Griswold to produce reliable products that perform at the highest levels.
Griswold's World-Class Test Facility is certified by the Hydraulic Institute (HI) Pump Test Lab Approval Program (PTLAP). PTLAP is designed to provide the opportunity to demonstrate compliance with established quality program, procedures, instrument calibration and pump testing to HI 40.6 Methods of Rotodynamic Pump Efficiency Testing. Griswold’s testing facility allows pumps to be tested at additional capacity with higher flow rates and is set up for automated performance and vibration testing.
The Griswold “Centrifugal Pump Minute” blog is the go-to platform for all things relating to centrifugal pumps. Posts focus on providing educational resources for centrifugal pump technology, but also touch on other relevant industry news.
Centrifugal Pump Minute
Griswold has engineering expertise, lean manufacturing, testing capabilities, and exceptional customer support.
Griswold 811 ANSI Centrifugal Pumps are backed with a 5-year warranty.
The Griswold facility complies with ISO 9001 Quality Management and ISO 14001 Environmental Management System standards.
The Griswold Online Pump Selection Tool allows users to select and evaluate the best pump to suit specific requirements.
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New 811SP Series Self-Priming Centrifugal Pumps are designed to leverage common components with the 811 ANSI Series and offer pump and part interchangeability with competitor models, allowing it to be installed in thousands of applications worldwide.
With high-quality, genuine, certified parts, Griswold provides the confidence and reassurance users need to achieve maximum performance and dependability from their centrifugal pumps.
Our quality assurance programs ensure parts are manufactured to the highest standards and within their engineered tolerance. Each and every part is designed for performance, tested for reliability and inspected to guarantee consistency.
In this Centrifugal Pump Minute, we break down how to identify when your centrifugal pump is cavitating and how you can prevent it through consistent pump monitoring.
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