Freddy may be best known for filtering and recycling coolant, but there is more to Freddy than meets the eye. Back in the 70's a Freddy was used to suck up flood water at Yorkminster Cathedral, giving Freddy the name of "flood vacuum". Since then we have been helping customers deal with flood water, whether it be on the factory floor, outside the building, even helping to clear drains! With a suction rate of over 230 litres per minute, Freddy really can suck up flood water fast. You can see from our short film below how Freddy got the name flood vac - see how it deals with this blocked drain! Because of the filtration system on the Freddy vacuum, silt, sludge and other debris does not present a challenge, and with tanks of 1000ltr or more Freddy is more than able to deal with large volumes of liquid.