The clear solution for Portsmouth Aqua

Portsmouth Aqua, Grundfos Pumps

When Portsmouth Aqua (a division of Portsmouth Aviation) were looking to develop a water purification system, they turned to Grundfos Pumps to produce a complete engineering solution. The aim was to deliver a unit that could produce sustainable clean water at the touch of a button.

With the expertise and in-depth pump solutions knowledge of their Grundfos contact, Luke Gardener, who applied his 13-years of technical knowledge and application know-how, a precision solution was devised. These units not only deliver clean water, but their power consumption and wasted water use are less than other industry equivalents.

These sets support a range of applications where the demand to deliver high quality drinking water from a poor-quality water resource, is now a reality, such as agriculture, industry and healthcare applications.

This product is sure to be clear winner, as indeed was Luke himself at the recent Pump Industry Awards where he was announced as winner of the coveted title of Engineer of the Year, for his innovative approach and engineering prowess.

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