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01/11/2015
No need to compromise between free passage and efficiency with Grundfos
At Grundfos, our commitment is to introduce breakthrough technologies for the wastewater market, raising the bar and setting new standards for wastewater pump systems and solutions. Innovative technologies from Grundfos bring together intelligence, motors, hydraulics and functionality to meet the challenges of modern wastewater, maximising the hydraulic and electrical efficiency:
16/10/2015
Kelpies are the mane event
Although only a recent addition to the Scottish tourist scene, the 2 x 30 metre high, 300 tonnes horses head sculptures in Falkirk, known as The Kelpies, have certainly made their presence felt.
01/09/2015
Don’t waste your energy
Did you know that pumps consume 10% of global electricity? Not only that, but as most are needlessly inefficient, they offer huge potential for a wide range of organisations to save up to 50% on pump energy costs.
03/08/2015
Theatre revamp is a Capitol idea
The Capitol Theatre is a famous 1930’s Art Deco building in Aberdeen that has recently undergone a major change. This has seen not only the building being lovingly restored but has also meant that this much loved architectural treasure has found a new lease of life through a considered redevelopment plan.
03/08/2015
Grundfos the comprehensive end-suction pump solution provider
Grundfos Pumps are a proven reliable, innovative, end suction pump manufacturer. In their 35+ years of delivering these specific pump models, they have introduced many improvements that have enhanced both the product line-up and its application span that today includes water supply, industrial pressure boosting, industrial liquid transfer, HVAC and irrigation.
03/08/2015
Grundfos steps up sustainability effort
Sustainability has always been at the heart of everything we do at Grundfos and with that comes the responsibility of being capable of clearly demonstrating the effectiveness of these ambitions in real terms.
20/07/2015
Grundfos put science on a firm footing
Lund University is one of Northern Europe’s oldest and most prestigious seats of learning. It consistently ranks in the world’s top 100 universities. Contained within it, is the MAX IV laboratory that currently supports 1000+ scientists a year that are undertaking research into areas such as: material science, biotechnology, medicine, energy and the environment.
06/07/2015
Grundfos Home Booster delivers when mains pressure is not enough
The Grundfos Home Booster has been developed to provide a compact and cost-effective solution. It’s is self-contained and its neat size makes it ideal for a range of domestic installations where space is at a premium.
06/07/2015
GEA acquire Hilge
The Grundfos Group recently announced that they have accepted an offer from GEA to acquire Hilge sanitary pumps from them.
01/07/2015
Great service at Wimbledon
With 41 courts to keep irrigated, ground staff have their work cut out to maintain the Wimbledon grass courts that are so famous all around the world. Water therefore plays a significant role, but this is not just about watering the courts, as to achieve the absolute perfect playing surface, each court has to be watered to meet its own precise needs. In fact during the two weeks of the Championships up to 160,000 litres of water are used to keep the courts perfect, depending on weather ...