Grundfos is tried and tested at Twickenham

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To meet the water requirements in the latest developments at Twickenham, Grundfos has supplied two Hydro booster sets.
The most recent changes to the Twickenham stadium involve the redevelopment of the South Stand to increase capacity from 74 000 to 82 000 and provide new changing rooms, hospitality boxes, bars and restaurants. Grundfos Pumps worked with consultant Ove Arup and contractor Lorne Stewart to provide two booster sets to ensure there is sufficient water available to meets guests’ needs. The Hydro booster sets selected were fitted with energy-efficient electronically controlled pumps from Grundfos’s CRiE range.
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