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Improved pump hydraulic design cuts blockages to nearly zero
Redesign is a ‘stroke of genius’ according to service technician at regional Danish wastewater treatment company.
Grundfos S-tube® impeller installed in Mashhad, Iran
Pumping and dosing solutions supplied for WWTP enlargement
Increasing reliability and efficiency in the Netherlands
Grundfos S-tube® impeller ensures long term costs savings
Innovation and cooperation bring sustainable water supply to rural Kenya
Before August 2016, thousands of people had no easy access to drinking water in the rural areas of Kenya in Nakuru and Makueni counties outside Nairobi. Grundfos provided 60 AQtap “water ATMs” for 11 local water committees, or more than 20,000 people.
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.
Intelligent control of the booster system optimises energy efficiency and ...
Using Grundfos Demand Driven Distribution (DDD), output pressure in the waterworks is controlled by continuously measuring the pressure at the mains end. This solves four immediate problems: Increases operating comfort due to constant mains pressure, energy savings thanks to strategic pressure reduction, minimises the risk of pipe breaks and expensive repairs and reduces adjustment and programming work.
Innovative air-conditioning at Taiwanese athletic centre
Established in 1961, the Chinese Culture University was formerly referred to as the College of Chinese Culture.
Italian utility reduces water loss by 30% with pressure management
Italian utility reduces water loss by 30% with pressure management
Kazakhstan's global EXPO demands maximum reliability of pump systems
Astana EXPO 2017 enjoys 25 percent energy savings from ultra-efficient pumping systems while millions of visitors experience comfort in buildings.
Kazak utility cuts water and energy losses
After struggling to operate a 21st century economy using 19th century water equipment, a city in Kazakhstan found a way to keep its citizens and industries supplied while reducing the amount of water wasted by half.