Grundfos pump systems support work of Francis Crick Institute

Grundfos pumps

Supporting the work of the new Francis Crick Institute in London is a wide range of pumps from Grundfos. They form an integral part of this precision building application solution to support the heating, cooling, water-supply, pressure boosting and pressurisation requirements.

The institute is named after Sir Francis Crick, who is famous for his contribution to the identification of the structure of DNA.

The Francis Crick Institute is a consortium of six of the UK’s most successful scientific and academic organisations, which invested £700 million to establish the institute. By 2017, it will employ 1500 staff, including 1250 scientists, and have an operating budget of over £100 million a year.

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