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Municipal flood control

Municipal flood control

A January night in 2017, the water retreated in the Bay of Koege. This wasn’t a good sign, they knew that at ETK (Danish Municipality in Koege), who is responsible for the daily maintenance and service of Koege municipality's outdoor and indoor areas. When the water retreats, it means an imminent flood disaster. And then the water came... In unmanageable amounts, and ETK had to watch while the roads and parks of the municipality were flooded.

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Thai cave rescue 2018

Thai cave rescue 2018

The dewatering of the cave was key to the rescue mission - by keeping the water level down inside the cave while heavy rain has been a constant threat to the crucial air level inside. The efficient dewatering by Grindex pumps kept the rainwater at bay and enabled the Thai navy’s rescue operation.

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Expanding a port in the city of Gävle

Expanding a port in the city of Gävle

When a new method of port construction was being carried out in Sweden, which involved pumping hard wearing material over one kilometer, there was only one pump for the job: the Grindex Hard Iron™ Bravo 700.

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Sweden- City lane

Sweden- City lane

When the time arrived to sink the 20,000 metric ton segments of the new underwater tunnel in central Stockholm, Grindex pumps were chosen to handle this extremely sensitive job. They provided the ideal amount of control to lower these sections smoothly into place.

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Turkey  Coastal Safety

Turkey Coastal Safety

Grindex to the rescue! The Turkish Dırectorate General of Coastal Safety (DGSC) is responsible for assisting and improving the safety of navigation in Turkish waters. The foundation has a number of core competencies including search and rescue; salvage and towage; marine communication and marine oil spill response. DGSC operates over 40 rescue and salvage boats along the Turkish Straits, a 200km stretch of water that co...

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Trollhatte canal 2011

Trollhatte canal 2011

When it was decided that new doors have to be installed at the four locks in Trollhatte Canal fall of 2011, the Maritime Administration turned to Sjuntorps Industry Support AB for help with drainage. The requirement was to pump 37 million gallons of water out of the locks and keep them dry throughout the project. It was fulfilled by 26 Grindex pumps, and after 25 days the project was considered to be a success, and the locks were opened again.

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Trollhatte canal 2009

Trollhatte canal 2009

Trollhätte canal, located in the Southwest part of Sweden, has a difference in altitude of 44 meters, handled by six locks. One single lockage demands 8000-12000 m3 of water. In May 2009, the lock system was closed down for maintenance and repair; this required four of the locks to be drained and kept dry for four days. Grindex pumps in the sizes Matador and Maxi were rented for the task. During 14 hours, a total of over 37 millions of litres of water were drained away.

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