Grundfos helps return normality to the war-damaged city of Mosul

Grundfos, Mosul

Having rarely been out of the news, Mosul is attempting to re-build itself after suffering many years of bombardment. This, the second largest city in Iraq, was left virtually without any infrastructure or access to basic resources. Being able to re-establish a reliable water supply to Mosul is going a long way to giving this city back a sense of normality.

Grundfos Pumps have been working with the United Nations Development Program - UNDP - to provide the pump solutions for half of the 3 million citizens of this city, to regain a stable and uninterrupted water supply.

Grundfos provided a total of 50 pumps that included 12 submersible 400kW pumps that are being used to support a river intake pumping station as well as 12 split-case pumps that are part of a high lift pumping station.

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