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Posted on Friday, March 13, 2020 by

Employee Spotlight: Patrick Gooch - Service Technician - Coeur d'Alene, ID

We love that Patrick is always in a good mood and he brings that can do attitude to R.C. Worst every day. Patrick was a previous employee as a technician here at RC Worst. He enjoys reading books, camping, and spending time with his family. At Worst since 2017 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, engineers, contractors, and...

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Posted on Friday, March 6, 2020 by

Product Spotlight - Myers MS Series Sump Pump

Versatile, long-life basement sump pump also appropriate for many light-duty dewatering jobs. Designed for drain water removal or permanent applications with small amounts of debris. Available in 1/3 or 1/2 HP and your choice of vertical or tethered float switch. Myers MS50 Submersible Sump Pump Features Versatility for Many Light-Duty Jobs Designed for Drain Water Removal or Permanent Applications with Small Amounts of DebrisMaintenance-Free OperationWide-Angle for 14" Larger Sumps. Vertical...

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Posted on Thursday, February 27, 2020 by

Product Spotlight - Franklin Electric Subdrive

Franklin Electric’s SubDrive and MonoDrive constant pressure controllers provide constant pressure by continually adjusting the speed of the pump to match water demand. Instead of draining and filling a large tank, a SubDrive system pumps more or less water as you need it. Finally, you’ll be able to run the dishwasher, do laundry, and water the lawn – all at the same time! Benefits Constant Water Pressure with a Wide Range of SettingsSingle-Phase Input PowerFE Connect Smartphone App for...

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Posted on Friday, February 21, 2020 by

Troubleshooting a Jet Pump: Low Pressure or Flow

If you are experiencing low water pressure or low flow I have included some troubleshooting steps below to help diagnose the cause. Check to see if there is water in the pump. If there is no water in the pump, it may have lost its prime. You may have lost prime because the well has run dry, check valve has gone bad, foot valve has gone bad, or you have a leak in the suction pipe.If there is water in the pump, the internal jet may be plugged. Remove the jet injector from the pump and try to...

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Posted on Thursday, February 13, 2020 by

Product Spotlight - Pumptec Family of Motor Protection

Pump protection at its best The facts are clear and so are the choices. Franklin Electric’s Pumptec family provides the high performance pump protection you need deep down in the well. Designed to monitor motor load and supply voltage and to shut down the pump to prevent damage, Pumptec family products protect your water system investment. Pumptec, QD Pumptec, and Pumptec-Plus will protect motors between 1/3 and 5 horsepower. They cover a broad range of ratings and fault conditions: Click here...

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