WAYNE Pumps’ WWB WaterBUG Submersible Water Removal Pump with Multi-Flo Technology. (Photo: Businesswire)
WAYNE Pumps’ WWB WaterBUG Submersible Water Removal Pump with Multi-Flo Technology. (Photo: Businesswire)
According to WAYNE’s main distributor in Puerto Rico, the WaterBUG units are in demand due to wet weather and recent Zika virus concerns.
 
The Multi-Flo Technology allows the WaterBUG’s user to select the appropriate discharge for the water removal application easily from either the top or side of the pump. The side discharge works well for water removal in open areas. For removing water in confined spaces, the top discharge of the WaterBUG may be selected for eliminating water in window wells, baths and hot tubs. The company says this is critical to reducing structural damage, as well as in the fight against Zika.
 
Capable of pumping up to an impressive 1,257 gallons per hour, the WaterBUG simply connects to a standard garden hose and can remove water to one sixteenth of an inch on the surface, making any surface virtually dry. The WaterBUG also features a multi-ring suction strainer filters debris, ensuring the suction intake remains clear to minimize clogging.