Grundfos scores at Murrayfield

Grundfos Pumps, pumps, Murrayfield Stadium,

In the heart of Edinburgh and with the biggest capacity in Scotland, the BT Murrayfield Stadium is not just home to Scottish rugby, but also regularly hosts an array of other musical and sporting events.

Maintaining a high-profile 67,114-seater stadium at its operational peak involves a team of dedicated experts with a wide range of knowledge and expertise. This was certainly the case when the M&E system recently underwent a review and subsequent upgrade that saw Grundfos Pumps work with consultants RSP, and installers Livingston Mechanical to deliver the best solution possible.

With a focus on energy saving, members of the Grundfos TPE family of vertical in-line pumps that have been proven many thousands of times over, were chosen to be at the heart of the operation. Supported by Grundfos pressurisation sets, these precision engineered pumps, offer the ideal energy efficient solution for many applications including heating and cooling, in commercial applications of this nature. These circulators also bring an additional dimension to in-line pumping, via a plethora of improvements, including their in-built intelligence that simplifies installation and makes self-optimising operation a reality – meaning you can rely on them to deliver increased system performance.

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