Dewatering Pumps | Mitchell Lewis Staver

Dewatering Pumps

Dewatering is a common term used to describe the removal or draining of groundwater or surface water from a construction site, or mine shaft, by pumping. On a construction site, dewatering may be implemented before sub-surface excavation for foundations, shoring, or cellar space to lower the water table. This frequently involves the use of submersible "dewatering" pumps.

Mitchell Lewis & Staver offers a variety of dewatering pumps for construction, mining, or general water removal applications. Our dewatering pump offerings include specialized pumps for the removal of storm water, sludge, and slurry—even water with solids content up to 60%.

Our dewatering pumps and dewatering packaged systems have been used in a wide variety of products large and small, including sensitive construction projects such as dewatering historic buildings. We can help you choose a stock dewatering pump, or our in-house engineering staff can provide the design expertise to create the best packaged system for your unique needs.

Our dewatering pump lines include: Stancor, Prosser, Toyo Pumps and Grindex. 

Want to talk about dewatering pumps? Call us at 866-748-8077, or contact us online. Also see our Accessories Catalog.

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