Flood Protection for the Industrial Setting



Industrial-level businesses are major contributors to the economy of any country. Manufacturing plants and factories provide massive employment opportunities across social classes and sustain supply lines in their respective markets. Each of them play a part in the proverbial economic machine.

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No matter how big your company is, floods will be a threat.

Aside from manpower, factories rely on a wide range of equipment to sustain productivity, from machines that process enormous amounts of materials to precision tools and custom-made equipment. Surely, protecting these from damage would be top priority, right?
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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

6 Ways of Flood-proof Living UPDATED



The mission of RS Flood Control Asia can be summarized as: save lives through flood-proof living. In fact, one of the first blogs we published was about simple ways it can be done. A lot of time has passed since.

Let’s revisit the tips we gave and update them. We’ll show you simple ways of flood-proof living for today!

1. Always Be Alert

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In the past, we advised you to keep in mind that flooding can happen in any place any time. Rain in one place can cause flood in another. Luckily, keeping updated is as easy as ever. More and more people can now use the internet making it easy to get the latest on weather news. There are multiple weather forecast websites supported by different meteorological agencies from all around the world.

If rain or flood is anticipated, monitor your surroundings. Check if your house can withstand a huge amount of water and make sure there is a path for the water to subside.
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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

2020 Midyear Weather Recap



Once again we do a weather recap! Climate change has continued to result in unusual and extreme weather all around the world. Let us take a look at the events from the first half of the year. How time flies!

Once again we do a weather recap! Climate change has continued to result in unusual and extreme weather all around the world. Let us take a look at the events from the first half of the year. How time flies!

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

A Car Lover’s Guide to Flood Protection



Calling all gearheads, the rainy season is coming and your beloved car could be in trouble! Cars are notorious for rapid depreciation, losing half their value once they are driven off the showroom, but every car enthusiast knows that there’s more to a car than it’s monetary value. Cars can be sentimental and become a part of family moments. Insurance, protective coatings, and regular maintenance are ways of everyday protection for your car. But have you prepared for car flood protection?

Would you let this happen to you? Let our guide show you how you can protect your car!

You already know that when the rainy season comes, floods follow. There are only a few things that can be more disastrous for a vehicle than flood. Guaranteed, a flooded car will experience multiple intermittent problems without proper restoration. Sometimes, the availability of replacement parts can be troublesome. Other times, specialized tools are needed which prevent the user from repairing the car on their own. Then, the car gets stuck at the mechanic’s shop – before you know it, the bills start stacking up and the repairs start costing more than the car.

Check out our car flood protection guide made by the experts!

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

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