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Spotlight on New Employees

GIW Industries, Inc., is expanding to better meet our customers’ needs, and we’re excited to announce two new region managers. Read on to learn what great skills and experience these employees bring to the company. Peter Muller, Regional Manager Global Dredge, Europe & Asia  Peter is responsible for sustaining and developing our dredge business globally […]


GIW Firsts: Extension into Panama Expands Horizons

Central America is a brand-new market for copper mining, with excellent growth potential. GIW Industries, Inc., recently had a notable success with a customer at a Panamanian copper mine. This success bodes well for the future of copper mining in Central America and illustrates how much potential there is for GIW to serve customers in […]


GIW Teams Up with Gomez International for Tunneling

GIW Industries, Inc., is a strong company because of our people — including our partnerships. As we continue to grow, we are pleased to welcome Gomez International as our tunneling rep. Read on to learn what makes Gomez a great fit for the future of GIW. Gomez’s history Gomez International was founded in 1991 and […]


Replacing a Competitor’s Pump with an MDX-400 for Increased Output

At GIW Industries, Inc., we help customers identify problems with their equipment and provide solutions to meet their needs. As a recent example, a copper mining customer in Arizona came to us because they were having problems with the pump they were operating. GIW experts were able to diagnose the problem and provide a solution […]


2018: Excellent Year Sets Exciting Stage for 2019

2018 was a banner year for GIW Industries, Inc., in all aspects of the business. In over 125 years of serving its customers, GIW has never been better positioned to grow and reach new horizons. GIW continues to expand its capabilities with plans to add a 70,000 sq. ft. facility containing cleaning, shot blasting, heat treatment, machining, […]


Why Do We Need to Adjust Our Pump’s Nose Gap?

Q: Our pump is running fine. Why did our GIW representative tell us we need to adjust our pump’s nose gap? A: The three main wear parts of a slurry pump are the suction liner, the impeller, and the shell or casing. The nose gap on a centrifugal pump is the distance between the suction liner […]


Been There, Pumped That

GIW’s state-of-the-art laboratory benefits GIW’s internal research and development team by giving its members a venue to evaluate and develop new pump technologies and features. GIW’s Hydraulic Lab also exists to help customers analyze their slurries, as well as to learn everything we can about nearly anything that might ever need to be pumped. We […]


New Product: MDX RAMSL

At GIW Industries, Inc., we continuously strive to make your job easier and more efficient. After several months of advanced testing and prototyping, we are excited to introduce our new Remotely Adjusted Mechanical Suction Liner (RAMSL). Read on to discover what makes this innovation special. What it is, what it does Efficient pump operation in […]


Successful Adjustments Lead to 40% Increase in Wear Life

Small adjustments to your pumping system can lead to massive savings in replacement parts, labor, or other resources. Learn how one of GIW Industries Inc.’s oil sands customers experienced significant wear life extension through simple, planned adjustments to suction liners. The necessity of following protocol Slurry pump part wear life is influenced by many factors, […]


Diverter-Style WBC Pumps Provide Multiple Benefits

GIW Industries Inc. developed the diverter-style WBC matrix hydrotransport pump to improve wear life of the suction liner and impeller. The WBC pump increases efficiency, promotes safety, and provides more effective service. With superior suction performance and large sphere passage, WBC pumps are an excellent solution for long-distance pumping. Customer case: Major update saves money […]

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