Dubai, UAE: Grundfos Gulf Distribution, pump manufacturer, has announced opening a new showroom called ‘Studio Miyah’ in Jebel Ali Freezone, Dubai, that reportedly takes visitors on an interactive journey to discover pump manufacturing.
The announcement said that Her Excellency Merete Juhl, Danish Ambassador to the UAE, alongside a number of high-level dignitaries and guests, attended the opening ceremony, during which, she delivered a speech, and congratulated Grundfos and wished the company further success.
The pump solutions, the company said, are exhibited against blue walls, to reflect the essence of ‘Miyah’, the Arabic word for water. Visitors, the company added, are given an insight into pump manufacturing and solutions at the studio through interactive tools, such as speech bubbles, visual aids, presentations and videos.
The company has described the seven islands that the visitors will come across during the interactive journey: The HVAC station explains pumps used in heating, air conditioning and District Energy applications, the water-supply station illustrates optimised water intake and distribution and additional stations discuss pumps needed in fire-fighting and pressure-boosting systems. Furthermore, the company said that the wastewater treatment station explains non-clogging pumps, while the domestic building service station shows the pumps needed for domestic utilities. Lastly, the company added, the dosing and disinfection station addresses the precision and effectiveness of chemical dosing.
Commenting on the occasion, Henning Sandager Andersen, Area Managing Director of Grundfos (Middle East and Turkey), said: “We contribute to global sustainability by pioneering technologies that improve the quality of life for people and demonstrate the care we extend to the planet. Through the ‘Miyah’ Studio, we are excited to share how we do this with our customers and visitors. We take visitors on a journey to discover water, educate them on pump solutions and smart control systems and inspire them to start conversations on what they have seen and experienced.”