Water for the Dome
The Millennium Dome, the world's biggest dome, was built in Greenwich, London, for the start of the new millennium. With its simple structure and plenty of interactive, electronic, and entertaining facilities, it has become world famous as a symbol of the future.
Around the Dome a number of water attractions are kept in top working order by Grundfos pumps. An SP60 submersible is used for pumping up ground water and two booster units spread the water on the ground, keeping the surroundings green and fertile and ensuring the lakes in the ecological park is full of water.