Game, set and match to Grundfos at Wimbledon

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Grundfos has served up pumping solutions at Wimbledon for many years.
Grundfos is so established at Wimbledon — the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club — that it says every pump and pumping product there has been supplied by the company. Grundfos has worked with Wimbledon’s preferred contractors for many years and supplied and commissioned a wide range of products for each stage of the development plan that was unveiled in 1993. For the most recent projects, Grundfos has supplied over 40 pumps. They include a wide range of NB pumps for all the heating and cooling requirements, TP and LP pumps for primary and secondary hot and cold water, pressurisation sets complete with CHIs and booster sets complete with CRs. The company has also supplied the relevant control panels. The construction of a new entrance building for the championships is almost complete. It will house club staff, the new museum, bank and ticket office. Current work on the Centre Court to complete the retractable roof means that rain will not stop play from 2009. The venue will host the tennis for the London 2012 Olympics.
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