An online training platform that helps Grundfos customers to stay at the forefront of the latest developments within pumps and applications. Read more
Want to expand your pump knowledge but find it hard to find the time? Grundfos Ecademy offers free online training around the clock. Learn about products and applications, get installation tips and much more. Once you sign up, you have free access to the entire Ecademy training platform with content tailored to your specific needs.
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This topic introduces you to the concept of life cycle cost analysis and reveals the hidden costs of a pumping system
This topic gives an introduction to water disinfection and its application areas. It also compares the most common disinfection methods and picks a winner.
The Grundfos Product Center is your go-to site for locating spare parts, service kits and help with installation. Complete this topic to learn all about it!
This topic will introduce you to the basics of hydraulics. It will also help you better understand and monitor pump performance.
This topic will help you understand how monitoring and control devices generate high efficiency in complex irrigation systems.
This topic will give a quick introduction to temperature control systems, including how to optimise and what to be aware of when designing a system.
This topic introduces Buildings Information Modeling (BIM) to explain what it is and what it does. It also considers some of the challenges of BIM, and how Grundfos’ data-light approach addresses these challenges to provide more efficient solutions.
This topic will take you further into the world of BIM, offering a thorough insight into schedule templates and data standards. You’ll also learn about different LOD definitions and what they mean for the information of model elements.
This topic will give you a thorough insight into the significant savings that can be made by applying proportional pressure in water boosting systems in commercial buildings.