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High-tech partnerships powered at IoT Week
When the sharpest digital minds and technology innovators meet to exchange ideas at IoT Week, Grundfos and Microsoft play an important part in shaping the event. Adding a sustainable twist.
The tasteless ingredient in whisky production
A lot of steam is needed for the whisky production at William Grant & Sons in Girvan, Scotland. We assist the renowned family enterprise in controlling the water level in the steam boiler.
Be right at home with Grundfos
At Grundfos, we are proud of our reputation for supplying many of the homes in the UK with dependable heating circulators. However, there is much more to Grundfos than this, and today, we can offer a surprisingly large and sophisticated product portfolio.
Grundfos deliver a second term
At Grundfos we understand that you are busy, but also that you are also keen to find time to learn more about pumps, so we are pleased to offer you a range of training options.
Harnessing the energy at Glastonbury
When a veritable army of enthusiasts descend on the mystical Vale of Avalon, they are there to experience what has become a music and aesthetic phenomenon that is just synonymous with Glastonbury.
Fire protection matters with Grundfos
With 28 classrooms, an additional 4 nursery playrooms plus a library, all combined in a single modern unit, the recently opened Wallyford Primary School in East Lothian is ready to meet its School of the Future billing.
Grundfos UPS3 the pump that adds up
Effective, reliable and efficient are the three watchwords that are important when it comes to choosing a new domestic circulator and the Grundfos UPS3 delivers on these elements and much more besides.
Pump selection takes Center stage
Making the right pump selection can be a complex process as there are many variables that need to be taken into the mix. This is why Grundfos Pumps have spent many years refining their online selector The Grundfos Product Center.
Staying in control at Glastonbury
As music festivals go, they don’t get bigger or better than Glastonbury. The logistics of putting on an event for over 200,000 people is mindboggling and ensuring the availability and accessibility of sufficient clean water is just one aspect
Wimbledon takes on No 1
Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is the only major that is played on grass. Each year a staggering 1 billion people follow the action and with c500,000 people attending, this makes this the largest single annual sporting event in Europe.