!!!COVID-19 UPDATE!!!

AS DENMARK IS SLOWLY OPENING AGAIN, WE AT IRON ARE ALSO TAKING THE FIRST STEPS TO RETURN TO NORMAL.

OUR COLLEAGUES IN THE PRODUCTION HALLS ARE STILL WORKING IN SHIFTS BUT NOW WITHIN NORMAL WORKING HOURS.

DURING MAY, AND STILL PAYING ATTENTION TO AUTHORITY GUIDELINES, SALES AND ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL ARE ALSO SLOWLY RETURNING TO OFFICE.

AS ALWAYS, WE REMAIN AT YOUR SERVICE VIA EMAIL AND TELEPHONE.

 

 

Scrubbers

  • Scrubber
  • The past years' corporation with EGC system providers has led to accumulation of unique competences. 

Heeling

  • Heeling
  • Secure your operations; avoid heeling and trimming interruptions. Choose IRON Pump for your heeling installation.

Cruise & Ferry

  • Cruise Ferries
  • Even the most advanced cruise ships of today depend on top quality pumps to do ‘the job’.

Ballast Water

  • Ballast Water
  • Working with the leading BWT system suppliers, keeps us in the forefront of BW pump technology.

Firefighting

  • Firefighten
  • In the unwanted event of fire, a fire water pump can be the difference between life and death.

District Heating

  • District Heating
  • District heating systems require reliable pumps. We have pioneered in pump engineering for more than 50 years.

WE ARE IRON PUMP

In 1912, IRON Pump A/S developed and patented a wing pump. The pump was installed in the world’s first ocean going diesel motor vessel, M/S Selandia.

Today, our marine pumps are supplied world-wide and close to 90 percent of the output is through a network of agents exported to more than 70 countries.

Through the acquisition of the Danish world famous engineering company, Ellehammer A/S, we now combine the best from two fields – IRON Pump with our expertise within cooling and ballast pumps and Ellehammer’s ejectors and unique range of pumps for efficient fire fighting. 

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OUR LATEST NEWS

Ejectors for removal of fly-ash

Wednesday, 06 May 2020

A bi-product when incinerating waste at a power plant is fly ash.

Pump-fun, dirty hands & a laugh

Tuesday, 07 April 2020

Pump-passionate colleagues meet after workhours for renovation project

PUMPS AS ART OBJECTS?

Wednesday, 01 April 2020

Hand drawings - By Mathilde Pontoppidan