Grundfos gives boost to new community hospital

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Grundfos Pumps have been installed to provide a wide range of services for a new £21.5 million hospital serving Girvan and South Ayrshire in Scotland. Its facilities include in-patient services, rehabilitation unit, casualty department, out-patient services and two existing general practices.

Grundfos worked with RSP Consulting from Glasgow and contractor James Frew Ltd to deliver a wide range of pump solutions.

The M&E solution includes a wide range of energy-efficient pumps. Equipment installed includes TPE(D) single-stage centrifugal pumps, UPE circulators and IMpressurisation sets incorporating CRiE pumps. There are also two booster sets — one to ensure the demand for water is met and the other to provide rainwater to substitute for mains water.

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