About Grundfos Australia

Head Office Building at Regency Park

About Grundfos Pumps Pty Ltd

In 1965, an Adelaide based company by the name of R. G. Pank Pty Ltd was awarded the agency agreement as the sole distributor of Grundfos product in Australia. Grundfos Pumps Pty Ltd was established in 1980, and for the past 30 years has provided sustainable pumping solutions to customers throughout the country, covering a range of applications across the entire water life cycle.

Grundfos Australia’s head office is located in Regency Park, South Australia, where approximately 90 employees are based.

The functions and operations taking place on the Regency Park site span across 3 buildings (17,355 square metres) and include the following business units: Manufacturing, Sales, Marketing, Technical Services and Finance and Administration. A further 70 employees work around Australia in the Sales offices.

GPA LD Office

In November 2010, the new Queensland facility, located in Ormeau, was officially opened a by Mr. Søren Ø. Sørensen, Grundfos’ Group Executive Vice President.

The facility boasts a specialised team of Dosing Project Engineers, a service team and a small production team, making it unique in that it will serve as the hub for water treatment engineering and assembly activities for Australia.


In Australia, Grundfos holds and adheres to Quality Certification - AS/NZS ISO9001, Environmental Certification - AS/NZS ISO14001 and Safety Certification - AS/NZS 4801. Grundfos' production companies world wide have also been registered according to Quality Certification - ISO9001, which covers quality assurance within production.

Upon request from a customer, Grundfos Pumps Pty Ltd can also provide test  certificates 96507895 (Certificate of Compliance with the order EN10204 2.1) and 96507896 (Test Certificate Non-specific inspection and testing EN 10204 2.2) for a large range of products including; CHI, CR, CH, TP & NB/NK. All pump testing is in accordance with the standard ISO9906.

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