Grundfos dosing pumps are used to make wine

Grundfos, wine, Verona, dosing pump

Grundfos is playing its part in one of the oldest professions in the world, winemaking. The history of Italian wine traces back to as far as 4000 BC and over the years it has built the reputation for the quality and variety that it offers globally.

One recent example of this continuing success can be found in a production plant outside Verona, at the IIe Grupo Vin Italiano site, which is responsible for bottling and distributing 39 million bottles of wine, all around the world, each year.

Maintaining consistent quality in the product is of paramount importance and part of this process is delivering key ingredients precisely. This is where Grundfos dosing pumps play their role in the production plant - by ensuring the uniformity of the output, via a bespoke system that incorporates metering pumps and controls that have been designed to deliver the precision and reliability required.

This ability to be able to develop the system sophistication that will guarantee uniformity delivery, all comes down to providing modern solutions to support this ancient ritual, that shows no sign of falling out of favour. Grundfos is proud to play its part and raise a glass to say ‘Saluti’ to the next 6000 years.

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