Grundfos Unilift pumps perform multitasking job in German household
In developed countries we enjoy easy access to all means of communication, transport and resources such as water and electricity. However, modern households are faced with the fact that free access does not mean free of charge. Water, for example, has become a commodity that is both expensive to use and dispose of again. Like in many other parts of the world, the citizens of several German federal states are facing tough regulations concerning discharging of wastewater, sewage and rainwater ...
Grundfos thinks outside of the box in Costa Rica
The capital of Costa Rica, San José is fascinating. It was founded in 1737, but didn’t really experience great importance to Costa Rican society until the end of the nineteenth century. Even so, its population was small as late as the 1950’s, until growing to over 1,000,000 today.
Grundfos warms prisoners
New Zealand’s Department of Corrections required a functional, cost effective and efficient way of heating its new prisons, so when the Otago Correctional Facilities was building its new regional correctional facility, the consulting engineers recommended Grundfos Magna and UPS circulator pumps for under floor heating and air conditioning respectively.
High-efficiency cooling with Grundfos
Arla Foods is Northern Europe’s largest manufacturer of milk, cheese, yogurt, cream and other dairy products. The Arla dairy in Bislev, Denmark produces feta cheese.
High pressure pump for RO plant
Weil Industrieanlagen GmbH is a specialist in water purification and water treatment and was established in 1986. The water purification and water treatment techniques both use membrane technology, (reverse osmosis, nano-filtration, and micro-filtration). The company focuses mainly on three technology areas: building technology, energy technology and pharmaceutical and medical technology.
How an old treatment plant became one of Poland's best
Tomaszów updated its wastewater plant with a full-line supply of Grundfos pumps, mixers, optimised tank design and project execution. The city saved 50% energy and improved its water output to be among the best in Poland.
Innovation! “The least expensive – the most efficient”
Daka’s Danish factories process a total of 750,000 tons of animal by-products every year. The company produces animal proteins of high ethical quality from the by-products of specific pig slaughterhouses.