An overhaul with high expectations
When one of Bavaria’s largest pharmaceutical companies decided to overhaul its entire production line it wanted only premium solutions. Around €280 million was being spent, and the company wasn’t going to compromise its investment with anything less than the best sanitary pumps on the market. As a pharmaceutical company the customer’s requirements included a reliable flow of ultra-pure and deionised water, and a solution that made as little noise as possible. The CIP (Cleaning in Place) ...
Berlin Hauptbahnhof (central station)
A superlative railway station, which forms both an architectural and logistical zenith, has been developed close to governmental area in Berlin. The station welcomes 300,000 travellers and visitors each day and trains depart every 90 seconds to all points of the compass.
BM booster - added value for RO plant
OSMOTEC Engineering GmbH, Germany, designs and constructs state-of-the-art Reverse Osmosis, (RO), plants for the purpose of extracting clean drinking water from saline seawater in both offshore and onshore desalination installations.
Controlling vast water volumes at the Dubai Drydocks
Dubai, United Arab Emirates: The Dubai Drydocks have moved on from their early beginnings in 1971 to become one of the leading ship repair yards in the world – and the premier yard between Europe and the Far East.
Constant pressure for machine tool
The Mayfran Company, with more than 1000 employees worldwide and production sites in the United States, Europe and Asia, is one of the leading global manufacturers of conveyor and filtration systems for the metalworking industry.
Customised solution for Switzerland’s largest shopping centre
Einkaufszentrum Glatt is the largest independent shopping centre in Switzerland, and is at the top of the Swiss league in terms of annual turnover (CHF 632.5 million in 2003). Covering more than 43,000 m2, this complex features two department stores, four specialised retail stores, fi ve restaurants, four bars and 90 specialty shops, with parking space for 4,750 cars. The shopping centre employs approximately 1,250 people and was visited by 6,925 million customers in 2003.
Cutting the cost of district heating
Göteborg Energi is a wholly owned subsidiary of Göteborg Kommunala Förvaltnings AB in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company provides district heating, cooling, natural gas, energy services, an optical fibre network and an electricity supply network. The Göteborg Energi district heating network extends over a length of 700 km, and provides heating for more than 90% of all the apartment blocks in Gothenburg.