Blogs

  • 5 Pumps that Governments should use.
    01-Jan-70

    The government and government bodies have multifaceted responsibilities that vary in size, location, and kind. Their duties cover everything from civil infrastructure, water treatment plants, protective services, and so on. Keeping the buildings and projects running smoothly can be a great cha...

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  • How pumps are used at Quarries
    01-Jan-70

    Quarrying allows us to uncover and use the very foundations of what our society is built upon: stone, slate, construction sand, gravel, quarry rock and other raw construction materials. However, quarries are difficult, sometimes dangerous, places to work. Safely removing water and moving chemi...

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  • Important Pump System Safety Tips
    01-Jan-70

    At Allflo Pumps & Equipment, we take safety very seriously. In fact, it’s our number one priority and after 70 years in the pump business we’ve learnt a thing or two about safety regarding pumps. Here we want to share with you a number of important safety aspects concerning pum...

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  • SUPPORT FOR MINING AND QUARRIES FROM VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT
    01-Jan-70

    The Andrews Labor Government has announced a new plan to strengthen Victoria’s quarry sector, to ensure a steady supply of materials to the building industry and support the state’s infrastructure boom.

    "The $15.7 million strategy will help ensure the high-quality quarry ma...

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  • Risks/Safety around pumping Wastewater
    01-Jan-70

    Pumping wastewater is necessary for the health and safety of all. However, it can potentially create significant hazards and produce environmental, health and safety risks. If a discharge or overflow occurs it can affect inland, marine and ground waters and can compromise the safety, health an...

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  • WHY IT IS ESSENTIAL TO UPGRADE YOUR FIRE SAFETY PUMP
    01-Jan-70

    Fires can be terrifying, spiral out of control very quickly, and in the moment, people respond differently. Stress and panic are common reactions to a fire, but when you add smoke inhalation and a reduced ability to see into the situation, it can be very dangerous indeed.

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  • HOW CAN COUNCILS MINIMISE THE EFFECTS OF FLOODS?
    01-Jan-70

    Whether it is a small rain, a raging storm, or a freak weather change that results in a flood, it is important that everyone in the area is ready. In the case that the area has to be evacuated, that residents should have their personal emergency plan ready, and stay calm in this situation.

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  • HOW TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY IN FOOD PRODUCTION
    01-Jan-70

    The production of frozen foods involves many different assets and types of machinery to get to the final product that consumers find in supermarkets. There are many liquids that are used in the production of these meals, that are integral to the meal, or as a side, which are currently be...

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  • THE RIGHT PUMP IN A FLOOD SITUATION
    01-Jan-70

    Allflo Pumps and Equipment understands that many people have been affected by the recent heavy rainfall which has caused floods in the Northern Queensland area.

    We understand that this is a very challenging time, and we would love to do anything we can to help you in this time of need....

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  • BE READY FOR YOUR NEXT CARAVAN PARK CLIENT
    01-Jan-70

    Though it may not be something that’s always on your mind, every caravan park in the country needs to have a fire safety system in place, in case of a fire emergency. There are, of course, safety standards which must be met at all Australian parks, and the Country Fire Authority are curr...

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