Hurricane brings pumps to the spotlight

New York City recently weathered a hurricane and experienced flooding of historical proportions. Parts of lower Manhattan as well as the underground subway system and commercial tunnels closed down. As part its dewatering efforts, the city deployed pumps from manufacturers such as Xylem, Gorman-Rupp...

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