Rovatti Pumps Help to Cope With the Severe Flood in Russia’s Far East


For almost a month true natural disaster rages on Russia’s eastern borders. The flood occurred is the strongest in the last decade.

Rovatti Pumps Help to Cope With the Severe Flood in Russia’s Far East


Dams in towns and villages can no longer save the inhabitants from the ever-rising waters. In order to cope with the flood rescue services have mobilized hundred pieces of special equipment. Among them are 10 mobile diesel pumping units equipped with 10 Rovatti FS flanged pumps, perfect for their capability to work efficiently and pumping impressive flows (over 3600 m³/h) even in harsh weather conditions. They help 15-kilometer dam to hold back the pressure of the Khor, one of the most full-flowing rivers of Primorye region.

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