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Posted on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 by

R.C. Worst & Co., Inc. Now Offering Stainless Steel Pipe Fittings

In response to the current and upcoming No-Lead regulations, R.C. Worst & Co., Inc. is not stocking a complete line of common stainless steel pipe fittings and pipe nipples for use in water and waste water applications.? The pipe fittings are of the 304 grade and initially include 1", 1-1/4", 1-1/2" and 2" sizes. More sizes and fittings choices will follow as we expand our inventory. Find our complete line of fittings here: Stainless Steel Fittings Page We are also now stocking a complete line...

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Posted on Thursday, June 27, 2013 by

Lead Free Brass

As industry and government have strived to make us, as consumers, safer in the 20th and now 21st centuries, we have made great strides in reducing exposure to hazardous substances in our everyday environment. One such area wherein advances have been made in identifying potentially harmful substances is in the fields of residential and commercial construction.For centuries, lead has been used in multiple applications for the manufacturing of goods and products that we use in our everyday lives....

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Posted on Friday, April 5, 2013 by

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

In any business that provides services or products, a well-defined plan of identifying segments of the buying community that best fit the offerings of the company are essential. R.C. Worst & Co. has continued to reevaluate its marketing and sales plans to meet the most current needs of existing and potential customer bases as buying demands change. But, some things never change for quality, long-standing service and sales institutions such as R.C. Worst & Co. One of the constants of this 60...

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Posted on Friday, February 22, 2013 by

How Lower Efficiency Can Reduce Overall Cost – Vortex Action

Joe Evans, Ph.D When we start the pump selection process for a particular application, one of our major concerns is efficiency. If several different models, of similar quality, meet our conditions we will usually select the one with the highest efficiency. After all, higher efficiency reduces the cost of electrical power. There are times, however, when efficiency can take a back seat to the true, overall cost of operation. Solids handling pumps used in municipal and...

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Posted on Friday, February 15, 2013 by

Third-party Sampling and Analysis for Field Performance

Mark Gross, Ph.D., P.E. I have a friend who always told me “bad data is worse than no data at all.” That can certainly be true in the case of using analytical data to make a decision regarding the performance of a small wastewater treatment system. In some cases, field performance verification is required for wastewater treatment systems. Also, nearly all National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitted wastewater treatment systems are required to be sampled and analyzed for...

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