Should You Use WS or WT Series Well Pumps?

Our 4” and 6” submersible well pumps come in two variations: the WS Series and the WT Series. While both pumps have their strengths, the main (Read More)

Remote Pressure Monitoring

A remote pressure monitoring system can provide a notification to a wasteful water leak, or an alert that prevents a water system disaster! For example, a small water system (Read More)

Booster Pump Design for Well Applications

One of the most efficient ways to supply water to small housing developments that do not have public water supply available is to use two pumps. First, provide a well to pump to (Read More)

2-Wire vs. 3-Wire Type Submersible Motors

The water well industry often debates the preferences and features of a single-phase 2-wire motor vs. a single-phase 3-wire motor to operate their (Read More)

Horizontal vs Vertical: Choosing the Right Centrifugal Pump

When choosing the right centrifugal or booster pump for a new system, there are factors that should be considered. Flow rates, piping configurations (Read More)

Watch Your Speed: Selecting the Right VFD

Our customer service and sales team members attended the Yaskawa Roadshow 2022. The day long, e-training was a hands-on session that brought our team (Read More)

Piping for the Suction Side of the Pump

When piping the suction side of a centrifugal pump, it is not always best practice to adapt to the size of the suction and continue back to the source. In choosing (Read More)

Quality Components: Inside an EZ Series Booster

The EZ Series Booster Pump is one of our most popular industrial pumps, and is built with quality components. For quality control and fast assembly time, we injection (Read More)

Create a System Curve BEFORE Choosing a Pump

Choosing a pump by creating a system curve first will ensure the pump you choose will operate properly and within the preferred operating range for that pump. Creating the (Read More)

Support Groundwater Awareness

Groundwater Awareness Week (GWAW) is March 6-12. We have created this infographic to help promote responsible groundwater management, and share with your customers. (Read More)

Webtrol Donates to the Water Well Trust to Help Families

We are proud to donate $6,920.00 to help with a clean drinking water problem in the United States. Thanks to the support of our network of installer and dealers, our donation (Read More)

NIST Traceable Calibration for Quality Assurance

All of our industrial pumps undergo Webtrol’s Quality Assurance Testing. So, in order to get accurate pressure readings, we use an NIST traceable calibrator on our pressure testing equipment. (Read More)

Why Ground Wires are Critical on Pump Motors

Any “modern-day” pump motor has either a ground screw or ground wire. We all acknowledge that motors should be grounded, but many do not know why. Grounding is used for  (Read More)

When the Pressure Gauge is Not Telling the Whole Story

The plant maintenance supervisor or the water system manager is diagnosing a pump system to ensure everything is operating properly. He notices an apparent  (Read More)

Webtrol Partners with Water Well Trust to Donate a Complete Well System

In March of 2021, in conjunction with National Groundwater Awareness Week, Webtrol donated $10 per pump sold that week to the Water Well Trust. These funds were (Read More)

Proper Submergence Can Control Cavitation

Cavitation is sometimes the cause of structural damage to propellers, impellers, and pumps. One cause of cavitation can be improper pump submergence. (Read More)

Inside Your Centrifugal Pump: Impellers

The impellers inside your centrifugal pump may look very similar, but their performance differs due to their design. Besides the number of impellers stacked in a pump,  (Read More)

The Pump Shaft: A Precision Component

Why do we spend so much time on pump shafts? Because we realize the important role they play in the life of a pump. Though it is a seemingly small part of the pump, we consider the shaft critically important (Read More)

Centrifugal Pumps: Pumping at Best Efficiency

The cost of energy, as well as government mandates, have made pumping efficiently more important than ever. Pumping efficiency, not the horsepower of the motor (Read More)

VFDs: More Than Constant Pressure!

Many of us hear the term VFD and automatically think of “constant pressure device”. But the reality is constant pressure is just one benefit available through use (Read More)

Water Reuse to Save Veteran's Admin. Clinic 90,000 Gallons/Year

A new Veteran’s Administration Clinic in Sedalia, Mo, wanted to reuse water as part of the clinic’s plan to attain LEED Certification under the United States Green Building (Read More)

Webtrol's Easy Sales Order Process

We routinely receive compliments from customers on the how easy it is to order from Webtrol. Our ordering process is, by design, very simple and very efficient. It bypasses typical (Read More)

Pipe ID Affects Pressure Loss

Pipe ID (inside diameter) affects pressure loss in water systems and needs to be considered when specifying pipe. It is common in pump sizing to look at friction loss (Read More)

Maximum Working Pressure for Vertical Boosters

Pump users observe maximum working pressure when selecting pumps. But, they should also consider suction pressure to ensure that the maximum (Read More)

We Salute the Water Well Professionals

We salute the hard working, well trained, and dedicated water well professionals. Most of your customers will never realize the hours of testing and training (Read More)

Overnight Shipping for a Customer in Dire Need

A large hotel in New York City was in danger of not having water on Thanksgiving due to a failing pump. A potential disaster for sure. So when we received an emergency call (Read More)

What is Downtime Costing You?

Maximizing production during “the production cycle” is the most efficient means of providing a product or service. Unfortunately, unplanned downtime can bring production to a grinding halt. Getting up (Read More)

Booster Pumps & Boosting Water Pressure

Booster pumps increase water pressure and flow rate in a water system. Pressure boosting is determined by the existing conditions and the demand pressure The desired (Read More)

Webtrol Pump Still Working After 40 Years!

This working water well pump has been submerged at a home in South Carolina since 1979. Now it has been brought to the surface after the new homeowner wanted it (Read More)

Water Well & Groundwater Use in the U.S.

Sometimes we take water usage for granted. Where does it come from? Where do we use it? How do we use it? An estimated 41% of the U.S. population depends  (Read More)

Finding the Right Pump for Your Application

Finding the right pump for your application can be challenging. We know you are looking for a specific pump tailored to your needs, and we are here to help. Determining (Read More)

Choosing Stainless Steel Components for Pumps

The advantages of using stainless steel are obvious in pump manufacturing. Stainless steel is strong, corrosion resistant, has great hot strength, and is (Read More)

Corrosion Resistant PC Series Pumps

We assemble the corrosion resistant PC Series pumps constructed of high impact, glass reinforced Noryl and 316 stainless steel, with an enclosed type impeller and (Read More)

Webtrol Rebranded!

We have rebranded Webtrol to signify the shift in our company focus – to be customer-centric. While the old branding focused on our products, our new branding focuses on (Read More)

Submersible Pump Launches Golf Balls

Our demonstration video shows the capabilities of our ½ HP VS5A24 sewage pump. The submerged pump rapidly launches golf balls to the surface! A recessed (Read More)

Injection Molding Our Impellers and Diffusers

At the heart of a centrifugal pump is the impeller and diffuser. We injection mold and machine these critical pump components for ideal performance. As we have done (Read More)

7 Reasons Why Companies Choose Webtrol

We know there are plenty of options when it comes to choosing pumps. But there’s more to choosing a pump company than just pumps. That’s why our customer focused (Read More)

Our Quality Began in the Space Program!

Quality workmanship has always been a priority for Weber Industries. That quality was recognized in the 1950s and early 1960s when Weber Industries (Read More)

100% Testing for Quality Assurance

We perform Quality Assurance Testing on 100% of our centrifugal pumps, ensuring that you get your pump as specified. By design, a centrifugal pump is a very simple (Read More)

What is a System Curve?

The System Curve Explained. A system curve is a plot of your pumping system for various flow. The system curve calculates your static conditions, those that exist without (Read More)

New Labels with Pump Efficiency Index

The U.S. Department of Energy has instituted the Pump Efficiency Index (PEI). Its goal is to improve the overall efficiency of pumps sold in the U.S. Clean water pumps (Read More)


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