In a disaster, a good pump can be critical. Look no further: Fast Flow Pumps are lightweight, portable, easy to maintain, and cost effective.
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The Environmental Treatment Team (ETT) operates an oil rig drilling waste processing plant on the Gulf Coast, and before hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, called on Fast Flow to prepare the facility for the potential of flooding. Fast Flow installed a diesel generator on high ground and placed a 3” Fast Flow Pump inside the containment walls of the Environmental Treatment Team (ETT) drilling waste processing plant. During the hurricane, seawater came over the 7’ containment wall. The system was run unattended continuously for 36 hours before being shutdown. The fast flow pump successfully handled the storm surge flooding and saved sensitive and expensive electrical equipment from salt-water damage. Fast Flow pumps can run dry for long periods of time without damage and be shock loaded with sudden pumping demand, distinguishing it from other pumps. For hours before and after the storm, the system ran dry. During the storm, the Fast Flow brand equipment was constantly shock loaded with varying demand.
Of the 5 plants that ETT operates on the Gulf coast and were affected by Hurricane Katrina, the only one that remained operational was the one protected by Fast Flow Pumps.
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