At a cost of 48 million euro, the new building in the Fulda West Technology Park is the largest investment in JUMO's history. As such, it successfully sets the course for the future. After all, around 13,000 m² of manufacturing area will be available in the future for the production of temperature and pressure sensors. There's a wind of change when it comes to innovation, digitization, and sustainability in the new plant. Take a look behind the scenes of this exciting construction project with us!
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The time-lapse video shows the impressive transformation from the groundbreaking ceremony to the planned completion. In no time at all the construction site comes to life and the building takes shape. Start the time travel now!
The current plans aim to completely eliminate fossil fuels in the future. A geothermal plant is to be used for heating support. This will cover the peak load while the base load will be met entirely by heat recovery from the production processes. A corresponding application for the geothermal plant is currently still under review.
Electricity requirements for the production facilities will be largely covered by the company's own electricity. The cooling and ventilation systems of the new plant will be predominantly operated with self-generated electricity from a photovoltaic system. Overall, all energy-related processes are geared toward reducing the CO2 footprint to a minimum and making full use of the available energy.