Flowserve Showcases How Its Flood Control Innovations Are Protecting the World in New Online Film Series, Beneath the Surface

Flowserve Corporation (NYSE: FLS), a leading provider of flow control products and services for global infrastructure markets, today announced its participation in a new online movie series, Beneath the surfacepresented by the International Water Association and produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions.

This film series showcases the innovations taking place in the world of water, highlighting game-changing technological advancements and how communities come together to protect this precious resource. Ranging from the microscopic to the vast, the stories in this series celebrate industry pioneers and bring greater clarity to the ripple effects of water on the future of our planet.

Flowserve’s film tells how Flowserve’s products and services enable a critical element of the Netherlands’ flood management strategy, the Afsluitdijk, and protect millions of people from devastating floods. Viewers can learn about the innovative ways Flowserve teams have designed, manufactured and tested some of the largest concrete volute pumps Flowserve has ever created while meeting the environmental requirements necessary to protect the ecosystem where the pumps operate. .

“Whether it’s helping provide clean drinking water or protecting our communities from flooding, we understand the importance of preserving and managing this vital resource,” said Scott Rowe, President and CEO. general of Flowserve. “Enabling the Afsluitdijk to protect the people of the Netherlands from flooding is a very tangible way for us to help make the world a better place together, and we look forward to advancing our reach in the water market through to our growth strategy of diversification, decarbonization and digitization. .”

“The aim of this series is to show how the water industry is rising to the challenge of strengthening the security, resilience and management of global water systems with a steady stream of pioneering solutions,” said Simon Shelley , vice-president of partnerships for the BBC StoryWorks programme. . “It was a pleasure to tell these stories, and we hope the series will encourage viewers to think about how we can manage our most precious resource more wisely.”

To learn more about how Flowserve is protecting the Netherlands, visit https://flowserve.com/en/industries/water/flood-control-system/european-flood-risk-management/. To see the whole Beneath the surface series, visit https://www.bbc.com/storyworks/specials/beneath-the-surface/.

About Flowserve: Flowserve Corp. is one of the world’s leading providers of fluid motion and control products and services. Present in more than 55 countries, the company produces technical and industrial pumps, seals and valves, as well as a range of related flow management services. You can get more information about Flowserve by visiting the company’s website at www.flowserve.com.

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