Grundfos pumps reach new heights in UK

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Britain’s tallest residential building, when it is opened this autumn, will have its requirements for heating, cooling and air conditioning services provided by a range of Grundfos pumps. The company worked with Rotary (NW) to devise a solution for Beetham Tower using a combination of TP close-coupled circulator pumps and NB single-stage pumps. This is the tallest building outside of London and is 171 m high with 48 storeys. It will incorporate 219 apartments and a 5-star hotel with 285 bedrooms.
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