Sustainable Innovation Award: Rovatti Pompe Wins in the Category Environmental Section

14.03.2012

Thanks to the constant engagement in the design and development of high efficiency pumps able to guarantee efficiency at the top of the market, Rovatti Pompe has emerged as the winner of the aforementioned award.

Sustainable Innovation Award: Rovatti Pompe Wins in the Category Environmental Section

SNE and MNE Pumps (Image: Rovatti)

“...for contributing to improve efficiency in its production sector optimizing the performance of pumping systems by reducing energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions with overt benefits for the environment...”.

With this sentence Jacopo Morelli, Vice President of the “National Confederation of Manufacturing Companies - Confindustria” awarded to Rovatti Pompe the prestigious prize emphasizing the constant and progressive commitment of Rovatti Pompe to support innovative projects with the aim of a sustainable development of the territory.

As one of the leading centrifugal pump manufacturers, one of the key themes in the Company’s mission is that the pumping systems currently account for about 20% of the worldwide industrial energy consumption. Inevitable consequence of this theme, is the daily awareness of all employees in the Rovatti Group that the optimization of resources (by a widespread use of high efficiency pumps) can offer clear benefits through a massive energy saving and reducing environmental impact to a significant extent breaking down Co2 emissions.

For these reasons the Company, paying constant attention to the high technical standards and international laws governing the energy efficiency, continues with determination to design and develop a wide range of centrifugal pumps able to guarantee maximum energy efficiency.

Through the new SNE (EN733 compliant pumps), MNE (close-coupled pumps) and 8E/10E (borehole electric pumps) series of high effiicency pumps Rovatti Pompe has defined new standards for hydraulic pumps energy consumption.

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