Brammer announces new partnership with Grundfos Pumps Limited, with a range of pumps to provide customers with the best range of quality maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products.
Brammer UK, part of Europe’s leading technical specialist distributor of industrial, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, with an extensive product range covering bearings, mechanical power transmission products, pneumatics, hydraulics, seals, industrial automation as well as tools and general maintenance.
Grundfos supplies of pumps and pump systems for process industry applications, manufacturing some 16 million pump units worldwide each year. It offers a selection of pumps for industries including food and drink, pharmaceutical, utilities and the machining industry, with specialist models suitable for applications such as boiler feed, heating, cooling, refrigeration, potable water supply and transfer, as well as wastewater and cleaning in place (CIP) systems.
As well as offering Grundfos products, the company has recruited a new dedicated pump specialist, product manager James Boyle. James worked within Grundfos for more than 10 years giving him knowledge of fixed and variable speed pump technology, booster sets, pressurisation equipment and waste water packages.
Brammer has selected a range of Grundfos pumps to meet the needs of its customers. Its selection of centrifugal pumps includes close-coupled, end suction, multi-stage (horizontal and vertical) and sump and bore hole pumps.
Commenting on the new partnership, managing director of Brammer and Buck & Hickman, Ian Ritchie said: “Our portfolio of products is curated to add value to our customers through reducing total acquisition costs, improving production and reducing working capital. Adding Grundfos, to our offering of more than 60,000 products is therefore a natural extension of our services as their values closely match our own.
“In the UK, the pump market is estimated to be worth £1.1bn which means that not only are a huge number of pumps in operation in UK manufacturing facilities, but that specifying the correct pumps and maintaining them effectively can result in meaningful cost savings.”