Cutting the cost of district heating
Göteborg Energi is a wholly owned subsidiary of Göteborg Kommunala Förvaltnings AB in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company provides district heating, cooling, natural gas, energy services, an optical fibre network and an electricity supply network. The Göteborg Energi district heating network extends over a length of 700 km, and provides heating for more than 90% of all the apartment blocks in Gothenburg.
De Schothorst: Grundfos DME dosing pumps improve standard of poultry research
In the Western European livestock industry, controlling environmental pollution in the form of N and P emissions and ammonia emission is a key issue.
Ecology first for Central Japan Railway Company
Since its establishment in 1987, the Central Japan Railway Company (JR Central) has vigorously promoted technological development. July 2002 saw the opening of their newest research centre in Komaki in southern Japan.
Energy savings of 40% is nothing…
Novo Nordisk has a leading position in areas such as haemostasis management, growth disorders and hormone replacement therapy. Novo Nordisk manufactures and markets pharmaceutical products and services that make a significant difference to patients, the medical profession and society.
Enertech: Grundfos CR pumps with LiqTec seal technology pave the way for ...
Enertech Systems Industries Inc. in Quezon City, Philippines, is the country’s leading manufacturer of boilers and boiler systems.
Ensuring legionella-free water for hospitals
Contamination of a hospital’s water supply is a serious problem of public health. Therefore, it is important to take preventive action against legionella infections and prevent legionella formation in drinking water systems.
Domestic Pumping Stations in Finland using AUTOADAPT
In Kuusjoki and Perniö, Finland, Grundfos has installed domestic pumping stations to transport domestic wastewater from private housing estates to the municipal waste water network.
Forward thinking wins prestigious contract in China
Shenzhen, China: Located in the southern tip of Guangdong province, Shenzhen is the only mainland city that borders on Hong Kong. The city boasts a population of 10 million under its jurisdiction – or about 32 times that 25 years ago, when it was founded and designated as China’s first special economic zone (SEZ).