Danfoss High Pressure Pumps is part of the Danfoss Group, which is a leading global player within the development and production of mechanical and electronic products and controls. As a privately held company Danfoss has grown from a solo enterprise into a world-leader. Since 1933, the extensive know-how within Danfoss has made modern life easier and Danfoss continues to break new ground in the core business areas. Danfoss engineers the technologies that enable the world of tomorrow to do more with less. We meet the growing need for infrastructure, food supply, energy-efficiency and climate-friendly solutions. Every day, more than 250,000 items are produced at 70 factories in 25 countries by more than 24,000 employees.
As natural water sources become more unpredictable our ability to conserve and best utilize this resource is becoming paramount. Mitigating this problem will require a combination of many different measures, but it is quickly becoming clear that the Internet of Things will be at the core of any successful strategy...Read More
The capital of the State of Georgia is moving forward with a radical project to reshape an abandoned quarry into a vital reservoir of drinking water. The physical realities of this project have required the application of innovative pump design to guarantee a long-lasting supply of the water to the city.Read More
In 2017, the ANDRITZ GROUP had over 25,000 employees at 250 locations in over 40 countries. The international technology group is a world market leader for the supply of plants, equipment, and services for hydropower stations, the pulp and paper industry, the metalworking and steel industries, for solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial sectors, and for animal feed and biomass pelleting. In addition to turnkey hydropower plants, ANDRITZ develops and manufactures high-quality large and standard pumps for many different industries and applications worldwide. These include pumps for large infrastructure projects for irrigation, desalination, and drinking water supply, for drainage of mines, as well as for the pulp and paper and the food industry.