Flowserve shows how its flood control innovations protect the world in a new online movie series, Under the Surface

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

This film series showcases the innovations happening across the world of water, highlighting game-changing technological advances and the ways communities come together to protect this precious resource. From the microscopic to the broad, the stories in this series celebrate the pioneers in the industry and give deeper clarity to the ripple effects of water on the future of our planet.

The Flowserve film tells the story of how Flowserve products and services have enabled a critical component of the Netherlands’ flood management strategy, the Afsluitdijk, and protected millions of people from devastating floods. Viewers can learn more about innovative ways Flowserve teams have designed, manufactured and tested some of the largest screw concrete pumps ever built by Flowserve while meeting the environmental requirements needed to protect the ecosystem where the pumps operate.

“From helping provide fresh drinking water to protecting our communities from flood waters, we understand the importance of conserving and managing this life-sustaining resource,” said Scott Rowe, Flowserve President and CEO. “Enabling Afsluitdijk to protect people in the Netherlands from floods is a very real way we are helping to make the world better together, and we look forward to enhancing our access to the water market through our growth strategy in diversification, decarbonization and digitization.”

“The aim of this series is to show how the water industry is rising to the challenge of building greater security, resilience and stewardship in global water systems through a continuous stream of ground-breaking solutions,” said Simon Shelley, Vice President of BBC StoryWorks Program Partnerships. . “It has been a pleasure telling these stories, and we hope this series will encourage viewers to think more wisely about how we can manage our most valuable resources.”

To learn more about how Flowserve protects the Netherlands, visit https://flowserve.com/en/industries/water/flood-control-system/european-flood-risk-management/. to view full under the surface visit series https://www.bbc.com/storyworks/specials/beneath-the-surface/.

About Flowserve: Flowserve Corp. is a leading global provider of fluid motion control products and services. Operating in more than 55 countries, the company produces engineering and industrial pumps, seals and valves as well as a range of related flow management services. More information about Flowserve can be obtained by visiting the company’s website at www.flowserve.com.

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