Grundfos provides an education in pumps

Published:  02 February, 2011

Grundfos, pumps
This £40 million new school at Bexhill is served by Grundfos pumps.

The pump requirements of the Bexhill High School Building Schools for the Future project have been met using a range of equipment from Grundfos Pumps. This £40 million building comprises 2- and 3-storey sections and caters for 1650 pupils in a range of specialist learning zones, each of which can accommodate up to 90 pupils. The zones are connected by a large central atrium, and the project has achieve a ‘Very good’ BREEAM rating.

Equipment installed includes a wide range of Grundfos TPE energy-efficient electronically controlled centrifugal pumps, a number of Hydro Multi-E pressure-booster sets, pressurisation sets and ancillary items.

Grundfos worked with consultants White Young Green on the project.

For more information on this story, click here: February 2011, 129

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