The Thompson Pump family is dedicated to helping pump owners and municipalities weather the storm. Here are a number of ways you can "Pumpare" now to minimize
the risks downtime during and after a storm.
INSPECT YOUR PUMPS Now is the time to identify potential problems.
SERVICE YOUR PUMPS Make sure they're properly maintained and ready for increased demand.
CORRECT FITTINGS & HOSES A storm is not the right time to find out they're worn or mismatched
CLEAN OUT DRAINS Clear all storm drains and culverts in the area to prevent blockage
PUMP DOWN LAKES & PONDS Reducing water levels in retention ponds and reservoirs can prevent flooding
CHECK FUEL SUPPLIES Fuel can be scares before, during and after a storm
SPARE PARTS Identify and stock up for normal maintenance emergency repairs
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