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3 Ways to Use a Submersible Electric Pump

These workhorses get water out of the way or send it where it needs to go. Submersible pumps are a type of centrifugal pump. They’re designed to function with the pump and motor submerged in the water. The pump’s motor is sealed. It’s impossible for even a small amount of

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Open-Pit Dewatering: How It Works, and What Pump to Use

There’s more than just water down there. Large amounts of water on a construction site stops progress in its tracks. Open-pit dewatering pumps pull water out from the bottom of a construction excavation area. Look for high-head drainage pumps to do this quickly and efficiently. They do it best when

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How Hydraflo™ Pumps Are Used

A patented design that moves water fast. Not all pumps are created equal. Good thing, too. They’re made to move water, but different pumps do it in specific ways. Natural events like flooding can put massive amounts of water in harm’s way. It needs to be quickly removed. MWI Pumps

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It’s Got to Go Before You Get Started

Groundwater can often delay projects from the start. These are some of the best ways to remove it ahead of construction. Construction dewatering is necessary at most sites to lower the groundwater level. You can’t build or pour a foundation unless you’ve removed standing water. Once it’s removed, you need

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Flood Management

  Municipalities often play a role in crisis situations. Here are three ways they control floodwaters during unfortunate events. Floodwaters are often the result of a force of nature. Technology helps prevent and reduce the damage of heavy water movement. It’s easy to think that all a municipality needs is an

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MWI is turning 90

1926-2016: MWI’s 90th year anniversary After being founded by Hoyt Eller in 1926, MWI is now looking forward to its 90th year anniversary in the water pump industry. The company was and is still a family run business with the fourth generation of engineers currently running the company. Today, MWI

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