Mueller Co. has a long history of trust and leadership in the American flow control industry spanning more than a Century. Today, more than 150 years after its founding, it remains the only full-line supplier of flow control products used in distribution systems for municipal potable water and natural gas. Please visit our web site to view all products in our extensive line. Our full product catalog is posted on the site in an easier to navigate format.
With years of industry leadership and a proven record of trust as its base, today's Mueller Co. has in place the elements necessary to serve its customers most effectively. Products, process, and people - all have been finely tuned to provide the customer with the full complement of services necessary to uphold Mueller's end of a successful partnership. Mueller is ISO9001-2000 certified.
WATER PRODUCTS: All components necessary for distribution mains and services, from the source to the customer - including all types of brass and iron valves, hydrants, service fittings, saddles, meter setters and pits, pipe repair products, drilling and tapping machines, and tools - available through authorized Mueller® distributors serving all areas of the United States. Far more than featured here.
INTELLIGENT WATER TECHNOLOGY: Intelligent Water Technology™ (IWT) is Mueller’s full-line of innovative solutions, products and services that actively diagnose, monitor and control the delivery of safe, clean drinking water to consumers and businesses. IWT delivers information that enables water systems to make smart decisions concerning their existing water infrastructure and plan for the future. Data-driven decisions, help water systems reduce non-revenue water and optimize infrastructure investments from main to meter. For more information, please visit www.intelligentwatertechnology.com.
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To help utility crews understand the complexities of service line installations, Water Online spoke with Larry Aulich, Director of Product Management for Mueller Co. He discussed the different service connections available and how to ensure that those connections are installed correctly.
Fire Rescue TV produced a video Mueller Co. that provides a rare look inside the company’s fire hydrant plant in Albertville, Alabama.
Drought-stricken areas of the United States continue to carefully monitor their water resources and examine the state of their water infrastructure as supplies dwindle, impacting nearly every corner of the regions affected. There are a variety of approaches and methods available to help water utilities combat the effects of extreme drought in their communities. Mueller Water Products and its affiliated companies can help water utilities monitor water networks, detect pipeline leaks of varying sizes before they swell to expensive proportions, assess the state of their water infrastructure and supplies, and more.
Managed by the private, non-profit South Jasper Water Supply, Buna, Texas’ water system contains 91 miles of un-looped distribution pipe with historical water losses of up to 30%. A small operations team is responsible for monitoring two water plants, reading 700 meters, repairing leaks, and flushing water to control the water quality. In an effort to spend less time manually flushing hydrants and focus more time on repairing leaks to reduce non-revenue water loss, South Jasper Water Supply purchased and installed two (2) Hydro-Guard® HG-1 Basic/S Flushing Systems.
General Manager William Snyder talks about Monroeville, AL’s water distribution system, important features when selecting service brass, and why they prefer to work with Mueller Co. and Consolidated Pipe. This video documents the advantages water utilities and distributors have when sourcing service brass from Mueller.
For water utilities, understanding water pressure in the distribution system is a critical component of managing their community’s water supply. In this interview with Water Online Radio, Paul Gifford, Director of Research and Development for Mueller Company, explains how surprised many customers are when they learn what their water pressure actually is.
Several years ago, Mueller began a journey to develop a user friendly and cost-effective technology to continuously and remotely monitor pressure at any point within a potable water distribution system. The technology involves threading a sensor onto a corporation valve to transmit pressure readings. The pressure sensor, typically installed two (2) per District Metering Area (DMA), reports at user-defined intervals via cellular service and a Mueller-hosted secure web server. Beginning with pressure monitoring, Mueller has created a communications backbone that utilities can integrate into its monitoring systems or use as a stand-alone monitoring platform. This technology is currently available in North America.
Effective immediately, The Mueller Company is offering product options for American Iron and Steel Act compliant Super Centurion fire hydrants and resilient wedge gate valves.
The concrete bar-wrapped tongue-and-groove pipe transmission lines that carry water to these towns are aging. FRMCD, as well as many other government constructed water distribution systems developed in postwar years, sorely lacked funding to install main valves in their systems to isolate the towns being served.
Mueller Co., North America's largest and only full-line supplier of potable water distribution products, has introduced a new remote pressure monitoring system for water distribution networks as part of its Intelligent Water Technology™ (IWT) portfolio of products and services that actively diagnose, monitor and control the delivery of safe, clean drinking water to consumers and businesses.
Mueller Co., North America's largest and only full-line supplier of potable water distribution products, has introduced a new all-ductile iron resilient wedge gate valve.
Hydro-Guard® S.M.A.R.T.™ Automatic Flushing System proves itself the smart choice for saving time, money and water to maintain quality over conventional hydrant flushing. Flush automatically with precise timing and frequency to maximize results with less water used via two-way communication over secure web link or existing SCADA. Receive real-time updates and residual analysis results remotely without fielding personnel.
Birmingham Water Works Board (BWWB), Birmingham, Alabama has consistently achieved the rating of the number five water system in the United States for water quality. BWWB’s potable water distribution system (WDS) serves 600,000 people with a daily average use of 100 million gallons (378 million liters) of water, received from nearby lakes and rivers. The system includes 51 water storage tanks, nearly 4,000 miles (6,437 km) of pipe, over 13,000 fire hydrants and over 200,000 service connections.
Mueller Co. invented and patented the first machine for drilling, tapping and inserting corporation stops in mains under pressure. This invention revolutionized the method of making main to service connections under pressure and also established what has proven to be the most successful principle for machines of this type. Mueller has taken the original tapping machine features and refined, expanded and incorporated them into additional machines for other conditions and purposes. This instructional video is intended for use as a training aid.
A fire hydrant is exposed to the elements on a daily basis and over a period of time repairs may eventually become necessary. This instructional video is intended for use as a training aid.
Each component part of a Mueller Fire Hydrant is specially designed to assure proper and reliable operation. This video shows how the Centurion® 250 Hydrant goes through the process of being constructed.
Mueller engineers set out to equip its Centurion® Hydrant Line with new features to protect against accidental or deliberate contamination of the public water supply. This video explains how they did so without impacting the normal operation or maintenance of the hydrant.
Until 9/11, fire hydrant security had more to do with “hindrance” than “prevention.” It was the theft of hydrant parts, vandalism and unauthorized operation of hydrants for water that utilities tried to thwart, and that hydrant locking devices were intended to address.
Hydro-Guard® S.M.A.R.T. Automatic Flushing Systems save time, money and water over conventional hydrant flushing to maintain residuals in distribution systems.