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Irrigation

Irrigation is a process where water is applied to land or soil in order to assist in the growing of crops, maintenance of landscapes, and re-vegetation of disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of inadequate rainfall. In heavily flooded conditions, the flood irrigation process is used to restore the water levels to a manageable level. Irrigation also…
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Open Pit Dewatering

Open pit dewatering is a process where water is pumped out from the bottom of the pit using high-head drainage pumps, preferably suspended from underneath a single float or raft. If the solids content in this water is high, we recommend the use of submersible slurry pumps for the drainage operation such as the PrimeRite™ or DuraFlo™.…
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Wellpoint Dewatering

Wellpoint Dewatering Wellpoint Dewatering is a process that lowers groundwater levels to create a stable working environment for construction areas and are specifically suited for dewatering weak foundations and trenches. This method is capable of dealing with a wide variety of ground conditions, mainly suited for unsettled or unstable ground. A wellpoint system operates using evenly spaced small-diameter shallow wells. The wellpoints…
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Bypass Pumping

Bypass Pumping Bypass Pumping is a temporary solution that operates a sewage treatment system while it is being replaced or repaired. The reason for bypass pumping can be from massive storm water that overflows the sewers, leaky pipes, clogged pipes, replacement operations, or for nearby construction. The importance of bypass pumping is to make sure…
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