Grundfos supports Wimbledon plans

Published:  05 July, 2017

Grundfos Pumps, booster set, water boosting

Helping to support the latest part of the master plan for the All-England Club at Wimbledon is a Grundfos Hydro MPC-E 6-pump booster set. This part of the plan includes a roof over Number 1 Court, extra seating and a new public plaza.

Being able to deliver the required amount of water to where it is needed and when it is needed is crucial for such an iconic venue by supporting 2200 staff looking after 39 000 spectators who each year consume 330 000 hot drinks and 140 000 servings of strawberries and cream.

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