Rental Pump Literature

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Rental Pump Literature

On our website, you can find all MWI Rental Pump literature featuring hydraulically- driven axial and mixed dewatering pumps. Due to continual improvement of our products, we reserve the right to change designs and specifications. Check back regularly for updates. For access to our engineer drawings, register an account and we will work on verifying you.

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The Hydraflo™ is a patented, submersible pump that uses the power of hydraulics to drive the impeller via flexible hoses. This replaces a fixed motor, a long, rigid shaft and the supporting structure common to most pumps that can move very large quantities of water. The unique design allows the pump to be set up in hours – not months- eliminates most of the civil works necessary for installation – saving a lot of time and money, allows the pump to be portable and provides variable speed control.

Automatic, dry-priming trash pump is the ideal choice for contractors, dewatering firms, sewage-bypass operations, mine or quarry operators, municipalities, and industrial operations.

For environments where pumps must perform day and night in mines, on job sites, in sewage bypass operations and in industrial applications.

High-performance, automatic-priming, run-dry PrimeRite™ pump with the specially designed, sound attenuation enclosure. Perfect for residential areas, near hospitals, government buildings, schools and wherever quiet operations are required.

Self-priming, valveless positive displacement pump – perfect for groundwater applications, including wellpoint dewatering. Available for purchase or rental, the Rotoflo™ is unrivalled in its ability to be repaired easily on-site.

The MWI Hydraflo hydraulic submersible pumps coupled with their diesel or electric drive units are an unbeatable combination for: drying out construction excavations, quarry dewatering, bypassing sewage, general municipal use and industrial work.

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