O2 Dome takes centre stage with Grundfos

Published:  14 July, 2007

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A bespoke solution for boosting water supplies for the O2 Dome has was devised by Grundfos Pumps.

As part of the refitting of the Millennium Dome into the O2 venue for music entertainment and sports, Grundfos worked with M E Engineers to develop pumping solutions that used 36 pumps to provide the full range of M&E services, nine pressurisation units and two booster sets.

To meet the huge variations in water demand, the main booster set is a bespoke Hydro ME set with two half pumps and six main pumps with variable-speed control and a maximum flow of 108 l/s.



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