Season’s Greetings from MWI Pumps

Happy Holidays from MWI Pumps President, Dana Eller - 2020 Edition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5NjEnkn9so As 2020 comes to an end, MWI Pumps would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, a Happy Near and Happy Holidays. 2020 had its challenges this year, with COVID…

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Top 5 Flood Control Tips Learned from Past Hurricanes

With experience comes knowledge and MWI has some hurricane flood control tips to share. Pump companies can learn many lessons from severe weather events. This helps make the recovery more effective and efficient the next time a hurricane threatens to strike. MWI President,…

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Hurricane, Severe Storm Cleanup and Emergency Services – After the Storm

When a hurricane or strong tropical depression makes landfall, it can leave communities underwater. Afterward, hurricane, severe storm cleanup and emergency services are essential. Pump companies become the first line of defense to pump out the water so the power can be…

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MWI Pumps has been awarded a contract with the Florida Sheriffs Association

Government and Municipal Water Pumps - MWI is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a contract with the Florida Sheriffs Association making it easy for sheriff’s offices, city municipalities and other agencies in the states of Florida, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia,…

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Hurricane and Stormwater Pump Preparedness – Before the Storm

How to Prepare for Severe Storms and Hurricanes with MWI Pumps Hurricane stormwater pump preparedness is key in the wake of a severe weather event. After tropical storms / hurricanes, pump companies answer the emergency call to dewater flooded communities. But this…

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When Crazy Things Get Caught in Big Water Pumps
A roll of plastic sheeting gets caught in MWI Pump and needs repair

When Crazy Things Get Caught in Big Water Pumps

There could be a very easy solution to that pump’s problem.Pump repair specialists can tell you crazy stories about big water pump clogs and unusual items that have gotten caught in pumps, causing unexpected failures. Things like massive fatbergs in sewers often…

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Martin County Emergency Management Prepares Hobe Sound for Hurricane Isaias with MWI Flood Control Pumps

Municipal Flood Control Pumps As Florida's Hurricane Season ramps up, flood prone residential communities brace themselves for drainage concerns. At the end of July 2020 Hurricane Isaias began its movement up the east coast starting in the Caribbean, The storm made US…

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Repair, Replace, or Retrofit? Reading the Warning Signs of an Older Large-Volume Water Pump

Analyzing failing large stormwater pumps When you see the early signs of a stormwater pump reaching the end of its life or when it becomes obvious that the efficiency is dwindling, it’s important to look at the options and make the best…

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7 Reasons to Rebuild a Tier 3 Engine

Since 2000, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has required diesel engine suppliers to reduce exhaust emissions on new engines that are manufactured for off-road use products in the U.S.   The EPA Tier 4i (Interim) emissions standards were effective until the end…

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