MPW has been North America’s leading provider of technology-based steel and metal services for nearly 50 years. Headquartered just outside of Columbus, Ohio, MPW helps companies in the steel and metal industry with core services such as water jetting and wet and dry industrial vacuuming,
Our teams work throughout mills cleaning pits, boilers, conveyor rooms, stack and exhaust ducts, sluice ways, clarifiers, condenser tubes, heat exchangers, and, as necessary, provide maintenance and production support.
MPW’s dry and wet vacuum cleaning operations manage safe removal, transport and disposal of non-hazardous wastes from remote or inaccessible areas.
MPW’s industrial vacuuming technology removes liquids, sludge and dense materials within the steel mill setting. MPW technicians attend a vigorous hands-on, site-specific training program to maintain quality and high safety standards.
Our fleet consists of transport tankers, Supersuckers, and wet or dry industrial vacuum trucks. Many of our new units are equipped with the latest Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology allowing our trucks to operate in enclosed facilities without the accumulation of exhaust within the building.
MPW offers water jetting cleaning solutions, ranging from 10,000 to 40,000 psi, spanning across multiple industries and applications.
MPW recognizes that safety is paramount when water jetting. Our employees undergo a rigorous program of both theoretical and practical hands-on training at one of our many facilities across the country. MPW ensures precision and efficiency, allowing our customers to continue operations while minimizing downtime while water jetting services are being carried out.
Check out our array of services below created to be innovative, minimize potential safety risks and achieve operating efficiencies all while maximizing performance.
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