Florida Governor Rick Scott Visits MWI on March 24th, 2017 Governor Rick Scott was welcomed by everyone at MWI including Steve Fancher, President of the Florida Export Finance Corporation and Deerfield Beach Mayor Bill Ganz. Governor Scott participates in a roundtable discussion with MWI executives joined by Deerfield Beach Mayor
Hundreds of municipal pumps, costing hundreds of millions of dollars. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, it’s possible that sea levels will rise by more than three feet by the end of this century. The United States Army Corps of Engineers has projected that levels may rise by
Pump Repair and Replacement S-13 Tamarac Pump Replacement [sm_hr] On July 7, 2014 The City of Tamarac awarded Moving Water Industries (MWI) a project that consists of repairing and converting seven large axial flow storm drainage pumps from oil lubrication to water. Water lubrication is an alternative to oil lubrication.
There are advantages and disadvantages both ways. Businesses big and small pose this question. Big equipment like industrial pumps: should you buy it or rent it? The question keeps getting asked because there’s no right answer. As frustrating as it is, rent vs. buy depends on the variables of your
Quiet, Please! Challenges and Solutions for Working in Areas Where You Need to Keep Noise at a Minimum
Lower the volume with a combination of equipment placement and smart operation. The sound level measured in decibels (dB) of rustling leaves is 10. A normal speaking voice is between 50 and 60 dB. The sound of a siren on an emergency vehicle passing right next to you is over
The story of pumps that just won’t quit. Malawi is a landlocked country in southeastern Africa. Zambia, Tanzania, and Mozambique surround it. It is home to Lake Malawi, which is over 360 miles long, and contains more fish species than any other lake on Earth. But that massive body of