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WHAT IS WATER REMOVAL?

Water removal is the process of pumping water from one place to another. It is often aligned with hydro excavation trucks which feature a tank on the back to help escort water away from the area.

These are vital for inland floods where you cannot simply siphon the water to the nearest pool. However, hydro pumps are still incredibly important for moving large amounts of water quickly to a nearby stream, tributaries, etc.

DO YOU NEED A WATER PUMP IN ORDER TO REMOVE WATER?

While in the past they would use buckets, we have since moved from those times. Most modern hydro excavation jobs these days involve a water pump and/or a hydro excavation truck to quickly and efficiently extract water from an area.

WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DON’T EXTRACT THE WATER IN TIME?

If you are a homeowner and you leave water sitting for too long, you risk fungal molds, structural damage, and of course extensive damage to property. There is no end to the amounts of problems standing water can bring.

Water RemovalAdditionally, if you are dealing with a massive flood or storm surge in a city, the longer the water stays, the more risks that it can bring to the citizen’s lives and the cities trades. Often the main street that is covered in water can deal 10’s of thousands of dollars every day in lost commerce throughout the city.

WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE MSP OVER THEIR COMPETITORS?

We offer double diaphragm pumps which reduce the amount of fuel needed in a system as well as increases the output of the pump overall. Our pumps boast innovative design and engineering that help you get the job done efficiently and quickly. Whether the application is construction, agriculture, public works, dewatering, mining, sewer/lift stations or water/waste water, a Myers-Seth Pump is critical to conquering the toughest job sites.

MYERS SETH PUMPS

Myers-Seth Pumps have been creating ‘Battle-Ready’ pumps for over 20 years. IN that time we have established ourselves as one of the leading innovators in water pump technology and performance. If you would like to learn more about our pump systems, give us a call today!

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