Attention Valued Dewco Customers

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As a family-owned and operated business for more than 44 years, DEWCO sincerely appreciates you and your business!  Since 1974, DEWCO has been the Rocky Mountain region’s (MT, UT, WY, CO and NM) largest and best distributor of fluid industry products and knowledge, supporting a variety of service providers in several industries!

Like never before, DEWCO strives to be the supplier for your liquid flow meters, tanks, pumps, valves, instrumentation, cooling tower controls, boiler treatment supplies or any of the thousands of items we have in stock!  As your local, stocking distributor, DEWCO’s buying power can efficiently supply you with many of the best brands in the business!

At DEWCO, customer needs and satisfaction are at the top of our priority list.  This early and proactive communication is intended to provide distributors and end users ample time for a smooth transition that’s happening in just a few months.

With the launch of their all-new PD Pump Series in April of 2018, one of our suppliers, LMI, plans to phase out several of their legacy pump lines in 2019.

The official transition date for the Roytronic A is January 15, 2019 with a six-month ramp-down period.  The final day for orders of this product will be July 15, 2019.  The official transition date for the P Series is April 15, 2019 with a final order date of October 15, 2019.

It’s imperative to note that no additional pumps or drives will be built after these final dates.  As an invaluable DEWCO customer, we strongly urge you to please contact the DEWCO team as soon as possible to discuss transition options and plans for your applications.  We will be more than happy to evaluate your specific needs and recommend the best option(s) for an easy and painless transition in 2019!

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Best,

Team DEWCO

Maintaining Water Quality in the Rocky Mountain Region

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We are DEWCO, welcome to our new blog! Before we get into a little of what we do, let us first talk about water.

Although water is so essential for life and that it is almost everywhere we look, including oceans, lakes, rivers, ponds, streams, and more, we do not think about it all that much. We are so used to it being around that we never really question its availability or quality. That ingrained lack of awareness, however, might be changing, in large part due to the California drought – and how the media is covering it.

Let us just look, for example, at this Mercury News article. Paul Rogers writes, “Hope to hose down your driveway one day? It might never happen again. Even when California’s historic drought finally ends, many of the water conservation rules put in place this year to cope with the emergency may be here to stay.”

Long story short, because of the drought, Californians and America as a whole are more conscious of water conservation. We think about water more. In other words, we are now reevaluating how we live our day-to-day lives, if we are wasting anything. This reevaluation also deals with the quality of water. That is just one of our jobs at DEWCO as we proudly serve the fluid control needs of the Rocky Mountain Region, which we have been doing since 1974.

Simply put, we are a distributer of controlled fluid control products like metering pumps and ball valves, and we support many different industries, including oil and gas, power, chemical, water treatment, wastewater treatment, automation, HVAC, cooling towers, boilers, mining, manufacturing, biotechnology, food and beverage, brewing, wineries, environmental, and much, much more.
For our first blog post, we want to focus on water quality, because from October 26-30, we had a booth at the Wyoming Water Quality & Pollution Control Association (WWQ-PCA) Annual Conference, where we were busy conferencing and conducting pump training sessions.

What is the WWQ-PCA? Well, according to the WWQ-PCA’s Facebook Page, “Wyoming Water Quality and Pollution Control Association works to design training opportunities for Wyoming water and wastewater system operators.” The WWQ-PCA is responsible for increasing the proficiency and productivity of Wyoming water and wastewater system operators. This is essential in maintaining quality water statewide and in order to educate these water workers, the WWQ-PCA relies on organizations like DEWCO to provide equipment and training sessions, and we are happy to play a role in that process.

Helping various industries maintain a high quality of water is just one of the jobs we do at DEWCO. Stay tuned with our blog, thank you for checking it out!