Tag Archives: Pumps

Capitol Electric

OKC repair operation to expand Capitol Electric Motor Repair, Inc., of Oklahoma City, has gained approval for an adjusted expansion plan, the Journal Record reported June 20. Capitol Electric Motor Repair has been in business since 1964, selling, servicing and supporting all types and sizes of electric motors & generators, controls, and related driven equipment. […]

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NAWT Training

Wastewater association offering new vacuum truck program, among others Whether you are an experienced industry professional or just starting out in the business, you may find value in the National Association of Wastewater Technicians introduction and inspections training courses. Successful completion of the training will get you a Certificate of Completion as an inspector by […]

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Gator Aid

Alligator found in wastewater treatment system in…Pennsylvania? Quite the list of animal oddities we’re compiling, no? This one might top them all: an alligator was discovered in a wastewater treatment system by two workers in…Pennsylvania. The Keystone State is surely not known for its reptiles. The Bayou State, however, is, and that’s where this story […]

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Oilgear Solid

Texas Hydraulics acquires Traverse City pump manufacturer  Texas Hydraulics, the Temple, Texas manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders, swivels, and related components, announced the acquisition of Oilgear on April 3rd. Traverse City, Michigan-based Oilgear is a provider of hydraulic pumps, valves, systems and aftermarket services for heavy-duty applications. The company operates out of twelve primary facilities globally, […]

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Out Like a Lion

NorthPoint Technical acquires Siemens Canada motor repair business For one company, the pleasantry describing March weather was reversed, to their good fortune. NorthPoint Technical Services ULC made a key acquisition to end March, going out like a lion, which happens to be its affiliate company’s namesake. Denver-based Lion Equity Partners, announced that its affiliate, NorthPoint, acquired […]

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Nestle Pumps Up

The company just won a highly opposed decision in Michigan. In a state that has become a referendum on water equity, an important decision was made this week. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has approved Nestlé’s plan to boost the amount of water it takes from the state. Michigan citizens were outspoken against the […]

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EMC Squared

Virginia service center expanding operations Electric Motor & Contracting will invest $3 million to expand its manufacturing operation in the City of Chesapeake, Virginia. The company has constructed a 22,500-square-foot expansion to its existing nuclear services building, which is used for servicing highly engineered critical rotating equipment for the commercial nuclear power industry. “EMC is proud […]

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Atlas Copco’s New Lineup

Dewatering market is point of emphasis for wide-ranging company Atlas Copco, the Swedish-based industrial company, continues to expand its pump offerings with a new line of over 30 heavy-duty, high-capacity pumps. The company’s foundation is construction and mining equipment, with compressors, generators, and assembly systems contributing to large portions of sales as well. Since a […]

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PumpMan Going Coastal

Holdings company acquires Bartley Pump to expand in California PumpMan is continuing to make acquisitions and attempt to grow since entering the fold of Soundcore Capital Partners around this time last year. Saddle Brook, N.J.-based PumpMan Holdings LLC, the parent company of the original PumpMan namesake based in Southern California, announced August 31 it has acquired […]

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HH: Collateral Damage

Secondary threats before and after the nation’s largest hurricane in a decade With Southeastern Texas, and specifically the Houston, Galveston, and Beaumont metro areas, taking on catastrophic flooding and generational damage from Hurricane Harvey for the duration of last weekend, all eyes were rightfully focused on that region heading into this week. The storm is […]

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