BM booster - added value for RO plant
OSMOTEC Engineering GmbH, Germany, designs and constructs state-of-the-art Reverse Osmosis, (RO), plants for the purpose of extracting clean drinking water from saline seawater in both offshore and onshore desalination installations.
Banking on Hungary
Optimal Hungária is the Hungarian branch of Optimal – a french company that specialises in equipment installation and facility management. Based on previous good experience with Grundfos, the managing director of Optimal regarded Grundfos as the preferred supplier of equipment for a new office block that would serve as the headquarters of ING Bank Hungary, in Budapest.
Grundfos delivers low cost, reliable pumping in Guadalajara, México
México’s pearl of the west, Guadalajara is the second largest city in the country. Visit this exciting city, and you’ll experience a busy metropolis, thriving in its place as a major business and cultural centre.
Grundfos dosing pumps play important role in Indian desalination plant
In Minjur, a town in Thiruvallur district of Chennai in India, will soon be able to overcome a hurdle facing many growing urban areas: an adequate supply of drinking water. Grundfos dosing pumps help solve this problem by contributing to one of the world’s largest sea-water desalination plants. This 100-million litres per day (MLD) desalination plant is being built by Chennai Metrowater and technology partner Befesa Construcciion y Tecnologia Ambiental of Spain. It treats seawater through ...
Grundfos is part of the world’s secondlargest wastewater treatment plant
8 million people in downtown Shanghai are served by the Shanghai Zhuyan 1 treatment plant, where Grundfos pumps are used for all primary treatment processes.
Grundfos pumps improve the quality of life in China
The new wastewater treatment plant in Deyang City has removed the city’s odour problems and reduced the pollution of the Rivers to a minimum. However, it took a Life Cycle Cost Calculation to convince the World Bank that the Grundfos solution was in fact the most economical investment
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.