Through proprietary solutions, unrivalled system integration experience, innovative approach and engineering competence, PG Flow Solutions provide our customers with significant time and cost savings through tailoring flow solutions that suit their specific requirements.

Today, PG Flow Solutions designs, engineers, manufactures, tests and commission a range of unique flow handling solutions, systems and products, including pumps and pumping technologies, across a number of industry sectors including marine, energy, aquaculture and land-based process industries.

PG Flow Solutions was originally founded in 1982, then named Ing. Per Gjerdrum AS. Since then, the company has evolved from being a local pump supplier to becoming a global designer and supplier of engineered flow solutions systems and products.

In June 2015, the company was re-named and re-branded to become PG Flow Solutions AS.

An overview of PG Flow Solutions (video)

Hvalstad, Norway

PG Flow Solutions’ corporate headquarter is based at Hvalstad,  Norway. In addition, we have own manufacturing, testing and service sites at the following locations:

Sande in Vestfold, Norway:
main manufacturing site in Norway. Ultra-modern, 9,300m2 facility with fabrication, automation center, various workshops, multi discipline testfields, assembly area, and dedicated life cycle service area.

Worcester, UK:
our main UK manufacturing site, and home of Calder Ltd. 6.000m2 Offices, engineering, workshop, test facilities. and dedicated life cycle service areas.

Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia:
500 m2 workshop, storage plus office facilities.

Ningbo, China:
commissioning support, and life cycle service center.

Calder is a leading manufacturer of high and ultra high pressure packaged engineered pump solutions. The company design, engineer, manufacture, install and service cost-effective and environmentally responsible pumping solutions for safe and hazardous areas. Established in 1981, its experience in building robust pump packages for the toughest onshore and offshore process and waterjetting applications are significant.

For more information, see Calder’s website.