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STH Joins Pentair Myers in Celebrating 150 Years of Engineering Excellence

  • On May 23, 2020
This year Pentair Myers, one of our manufacturing partners, celebrates 150 years of manufacturing and engineering excellence. Pentair has built a reputation as an innovator in pump manufacturing with an emphasis on quality craftsmanship and industry-leading reliability. STH is proud to partner with Pentair in engineering products and solutions which make a positive impact in […]
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STH, Inc Welcomes Potter Roemer

  • On May 1, 2020
STH, Inc is pleased to announce Potter Roemer to the list of top name-brand manufacturers that we proudly represent. With over 75 years of innovation, quality and service, Potter Roemer is a proven leader and supplier of interior hose and standpipe equipment, cabinets, connections, extinguishers and valves to serve the fire protection industry. STH being […]
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Grundfos DME Dosing Pumps create cleaner discharge and improved water quality

  • On April 13, 2020
Clean Water Systems in northwest Oregon had a major issue. Its effluent discharge was diminishing the water quality in the Tualatin River. Their obsolete 14-year-old 3-phase pump system couldn’t be set low enough to meet EPA approved levels for dosing without either overheating or air-locking the system. The solution was installation of the Grundfos DME […]
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DOE Releases New Energy Efficiency Standards – Are your pumps compliant?

  • On February 27, 2020
90% of US Commercial and Industrial pumps operate inefficiently. In an effort to recapture some of the 13 billion kilowatt hours wasted annually, the US Department of Energy (DOE) has enacted new pump efficiency standards to help remove the bottom 25% worst performing pump models on the market. Benefits of the new Pump Energy Index […]
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Toilets Are Not Trashcans: How the Demand for Grinder Pumps with Axial Cutters Addresses an Industry Wide Challenge

  • On January 31, 2020
Clogging is a challenge faced by municipalities and maintenance supervisors on a regular basis resulting in decreased flow capacity, increased spending for pit and pipe cleaning, contamination of water sources and excessive repair or replacement costs. Clogged systems may also create risks to public health and the safety of personnel from exposure to HAZMAT through […]
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Who Are You Going To Call? STH’s Fire Team, Of Course!

  • On November 12, 2019
Fire pump acting up? Does your fire pump controller need troubleshooting? Jockey pump doesn’t run? Who are you going to call? STH’s Fire Team, of course! Every now and then we get asked what our Fire Team does. Some facility managers don’t know what to make of the team’s name. They have a point, until […]
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Getting That 2018 Pump Equipment Budget Ready

  • On October 11, 2019
It’s that time of the year… budget season. You are already planning for 2018 with the questions; what needs to be done, what needs to get replaced, and what needs to get fixed? You can’t just start pulling numbers out of a hat or ask just anyone for a budget. Instead, you trust your partner […]
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Preventative Maintenance For Pump Systems

  • On September 21, 2019
Let’s say you are about to buy a used car. You’ve done your due diligence, researched options, and have gone over what you need and what features you’d like. After selecting the brand and make, you schedule an appointment to take one for a spin. While making small talk with the current owner, he lets […]
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Tekleen Automatic Water Filters | STH’s New Filtration Line

  • On August 18, 2019
As a building engineer, you constantly have your multi-story location in your mind. Is water pressure adequate? Are common areas well lit? Are my tenants protected from a fire event? One of the top three major equipment that keeps you busy is the HVAC system. This system has a peculiarity that separates it from the […]
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