Clow Hydrant Makes the News
Clow Valve team member Rick Smith was reading an article in the Washington Post about the wild fires in California and noticed that the hydrant in the photo is a Clow hydrant produced at the Clow facility located in Corona, California. Cory Zwolinski also saw this same article on MSN.com. This picture was taken in Petaluma, about 20 miles south of Santa Rosa.
With the death toll of at least 31, it’s become the deadliest week for wildfires in California’s history. We hope our products can help the firefighters get these wildfires under control and prevent further loss of property and life.
Posted on October 20, 2017, in Factory Facts and tagged California, california wildfires, Clow Valve, corona, fire, fire hydrant, fire protection, firefighters, petaluma, property, santa rosa, wildfires. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Clow Hydrant Makes the News.