• MBW Soil Pick

    Pneumatic Soil Excavators

    The Soil Pick™ is a pneumatic soil excavation tool that locates and exposes buried underground utilities without risk of damage. Lightweight (6.2 lbs.), with zero hand/arm vibration... Learn More
  • MBW Airammer


    The Airammer™ isn't for everyone... but it's perfect for utility crews, municipalities and contractors with ready access to an air compressor. Eliminates maintenance problems associated... Learn More
  • mbw Ergo-Tamp

    Pole Tampers

    MBW's Ergo-Tamp™ is a pneumatic pole tamper specifically designed to minimize hand/arm vibration. A patent pending vibration suppressor located at the hand-held end of the tool can reduce hand/arm vibration between 50 and 70%. Learn More
  • MBW V.E.U.

    Vapor Extraction Units

    The MBW Vapor Extraction Unit (V.E.U.) removes residual gas quickly and safely, while monitoring the percent of gas in the moving air. Learn More
  • Utility Pressure Tester

    Pressure Tester

    MBW's Pressure tester is a consistent, compact and lightweight gas manifold used in the field by utility technicians. Learn More
  • Contact MBW

    Contact MBW

    Contact our Utility Development Specialist today. They can answer all of your questions and get you in touch with your local MBW dealer. Contact Us
  • Product Catalog - Utility

    MBW catalog including all utility products. DOWNLOAD

About Our Utility Division

MBW's Utility Division is a fast growing part of our business. We are attracted to the utility industry's wealth of opportunities for product improvement and innovation. Over the past 5 years we have identified and moved forward on a number of R&D projects intended to address problems for which there was pressing need, but no acceptable means of resolution. These have been stimulating opportunities for a company that derives real satisfaction from solving technical problems and/or developing altogether new technologies.

In The News

MBW'S VEU highlighted in Pipeline & Gas Journal magazine The article's author interviewed several utilities who used the VEU to help solve a problems with migrating gas and pinpointing leaks. The article can be found on the Pipeline & Gas Journal website. Read the Article