Godwin, a Xylem brand, offers a broad product line of fully automatic self-priming pumps used in temporary and permanent applications. With a full range of diesel and electric pumps available to purchase or rent, Godwin pumps are used for dewatering and liquids transfer in mining, construction, municipal and industrial projects around the world.

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Automatic Self-Priming Pumps

The Dri-Prime offers automatic priming from dry to 28 feet (8.5 meters), without a need for operator assistance or foot valve control.

Godwin Monitoring & Control

Being in total control of a dewatering system is just a question of the right equipment. Quality pumps are important, but so is the...

Mechanical Accessories

Xylem's accessories are designed and selected to match Flygt and Godwin premium products and applications.


Xylem is the world leader in tough, portable and reliable pumps for multiple applications. Our broad product range from Flygt and...

Industries & Applications

Water management is tough. Aging infrastructure. Dwindling budgets. Tighter regulations. All under the watchful eyes of a community and regulators. Xylem is an experienced partner to help you manage your water resources. Xylem offers Godwin dewatering products and solutions for a wide range of applications and processes, with one common denominator: Keep your operations running with reliable products. Your success is our success.

Godwin, a Xylem brand, maintains a fleet of over 20,000 portable rental pumps and 3,200 pieces of related equipment for dewatering use in construction, mining and quarrying; in drinking water supply; and in wastewater bypasses in municipal, industrial and environmental markets. Our parts inventory is the largest in the industry, and allows us to deploy all necessary equipment for rental, sales and service without delay.

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