Grundfos technology serves new technical facility at Scottish university

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The pumping requirements of this new research building at the University of Strathclyde are provided by Grundfos Pumps.

Complementing the high-tech research work that will be carried out in the purpose-built £25 million Advanced Forming Research centre at the University of Strathclyde are the M&E pumping solutions based on Grundfos Pumps. This world-class research facility will focus on supporting fundamental and applied research into forming and forging.

Grundfos worked with DMP Consulting of Glasgow and ROK Plumbing Heating & Electrical of Inverness to ensure that the pump solution incorporated the advanced technology that befits such an innovative new facility.

The solution is based on a range of energy-efficient twin-head single-stage TPED single-stage centrifugal pumps and Magna UPED canned-rotor circulation pumps. The Hydro MPC-E booster set will ensure there is always water to meet demand. A pair of IMpress twin pressurisation sets and a range of ancillary equipment complete the delivery of the pumping demands of the project.

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