“I am definitely getting around!”, says Wieland Juch, student at the Technical University of Delft and Technical Maintenance Employee at Pronomar B.V. “One moment I am crawling through the wet underground area of the Police Academy, the next I am stepping on board of a ship and today I am standing in front of the Nightwatch at the Rijksmuseum”.

In 2016, Pronomar B.V. was asked to install the MERUS water treatment technology in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Rings were installed before the warm water system and the boilers too have been equipped.

How did Pronomar end up there? Via Croonwolter&dros, a merger of Croon and Wolter & Dros. For over 140 years, they have been in the vanguard of new developments and stimulate new technical developments. With intelligent technical solutions for electrical and mechanical engineering, automation and information solutions Croonwolter&dros supports their clients in sustainable entrepreneurship. Pronomar’s MERUS water treatment technology corresponds perfectly with Croonwolter&dros’ mission. Earlier they had already gathered experience at Europol (a multinational research organisation and collaboration cooperation of EU police forces) and now the Rijksmuseum project was brought forward.

For further information on the MERUS technology, visit www.pronomar.com