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Posted on Friday, December 6, 2019 by

Product Spotlight - Zoeller Model 63 Premium Sump Pump

The 63 series of submersible pumps is designed for use in residential or light commercial dewatering applications and can be used to transfer groundwater. Cast iron models include a powder coated epoxy finish to prevent corrosion and are designed to provide great heat dissipation from the motor, ensuring a long service life. As with every Zoeller pump, each one is 100% pressure-tested, submerged and run to ensure quality and reliability for years of trouble-free performance! This attention to...

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Posted on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 by

Employee Spotlight - Kass Jones - Service Technician - Coeur d'Alene, ID

A five year veteran of the 'Worst' service crew. Kass has the skills and knowledge to get the job done right. His capabilities in the pumping industry are matched only by his hunting skills. Looking at the rack on that Elk, I'd say our customers are in good hands. At Worst since 2014 Why Our Customers Should “Expect the Best from RC Worst” We are a locally owned, fourth generation, family owned business. For over 65 years we have been effectively serving the needs of municipalities,...

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Posted on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 by

Product Spotlight - Franklin Electric RM2 Series Jet Pump

Franklin Electric Convertible Pro Series (RM2) Jet Pumps are equipped with stainless steel impellers for high performance and longevity. This convertible jet pump can deliver up to 23 gallons per minute from either a shallow or deep well and is capable of lifting from 100 feet. Features Heavy-Duty cast iron caseStainless steel impeller ensures optimum durabilityDual voltage (can be powered with 115 or 230 volts)½, ¾, and 1 HP single phase power models1 HP model is also offered in 3...

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Posted on Friday, November 8, 2019 by

Why is my Jet Pump Overheating?

If you suddenly lose water in your home it may be that your pump has overheated. The thermal overload trips and automatically turns off the pump when the motor gets too hot. Motors can overheat for a variety of reasons. Caution! Electricity can be very dangerous, especially if you are inexperienced. Always use caution when working with electricity and turn off the power supply/circuit breakers when testing components or making any adjustments within the electrical system. If you are not 100%...

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Posted on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 by

Product Spotlight - Myers SRM4 Series

The Myers SRM4 Series Sewage Pump is a versatile, long lasting option for sewage and septic pumping applications. Pump installers routinely choose the SRM4 due to their extreme reliability. Its recessed impeller allows 2” solids to easily pass through without jamming the impeller. The cast iron housing and volute case handle the harshest conditions and will provide years of service. They are available with a piggyback float switch (automatic) or without the float (manual). SRM4’s are also...

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