Lifting Stations

Lifting Station
Lifting StationGrundfos
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Grundfos SOLOLIFT solutions are equipped with reliable motors and the 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.

They have flexible options for assembly and four different sizes of inlet depending on the requirement of the customer. The solution also provides maximum protection against backwater from sewer systems.

Features and benefits

  • Increased reliability due to high performance cutter and motor

  • Fast, easy and clean maintenance

  • Relevant parts that need to be accessed are dry and not submerged in the tank

  • Odor free operations


  • Basement installations

  • Additional bathrooms

  • Added facilities in hotels and guest houses

  • Bathrooms for the elderly or disabled

  • Modernization of existing bathrooms



MULTILIFTS are used in modern commercial buildings that generate high volumes of wastewater on a daily basis. MULTIFIT is pre-assembled, pre-wired with footprints between 0,25 – 2m2 and the capability to discharge is up to 100m3 of wastewater per hour. They are powerful pumps 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.

They are also equipped with vortex or grinder hydraulics. Vortex hydraulics ensures minimal clogging while grinder is used to cut solid waste into smaller pieces.

Features and benefits

  • Lightweight with the capacity to manage varying pressure

  • Energy efficient pumps with intelligent controls

  • Leakage and odor free operations

  • Reliable with fast and clean service

  • Prevents water logging during heavy rainfall


  • Buildings with basements

  • Septic tank drainage systems

  • Building conversions

  • Buildings on the hillside

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