November’s top World Pumps stories

November’s top World Pumps stories
Construction gets underway in Cedarburg.
November’s top World Pumps stories
Test specimens made by additive manufacturing can be used by materials experts in tensile and notched bar impact bending tests to determine the mechanical and technological properties of components. Photo ©KSB SE & Co KGaA.

Wilo's new US headquarters, KSB's additive manufacturing collaboration with Framatome and Sulzer's Danish flood defence project were the most popular news stories on the World Pumps website in November 2020.

1. Wilo USA breaks ground on new HQ

Wilo USA LLC has held an official groundbreaking ceremony for its new 244 000 sq ft headquarters and production facility in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, USA.

2. KSB and Framatome collaborate on additive manufacturing

The KSB Group and Framatome GmbH in Germany are working together on additive manufacturing.

3. Sulzer to provide pumps for Danish flood defence project

Sulzer is the primary pump supplier for a major flood defence project being undertaken by Danish water utility Ringkøbing-Skjern Forsyning A/S.

November’s top World Pumps stories
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