Professional service and maintenance of all types of pumping equipment used in the industrial, commercial, residential (including A/C units) and wastewater sectors.
0403 345 026
Our state of the art pump service centre, specialises in preventative pump maintenance programs and service, repair and installation of pumps on-site and in-house
Why Do I Need This Service?
- Apartment Complexes
- Fire Booster Pump Stations
- Stormwater run-off
- Recycled water
- A/C Units
- Power generation
- Food and beverage
- Resorts/Golf Courses
- Warehouse facilities
- Treatment Plants
- Stormwater Run-off
- First Flush
- Oil/water seperators
- Water reuse
You're in good hands
We are leaders in servicing all pump types and pump brands, we specialise in fire pumps, pump sets, submersible pumps, sewer pumps, drainage pumps, grey water pumps, pressure booster pumps, UV filtration, air conditioning units, hot water circulator, geothermal pumps to name but a few..If the heart of your pumping system isn’t performing, call us for your no obligation pump health check up today!
We service all areas of Sydney and Wollongong, we’ll get your pumps up and running in no time with our 24/7 pump repairs.
What are types of pumps?
Pumps can be classified by their method of displacement into positive-displacement pumps, impulse pumps, velocity pumps, gravity pumps, steam pumps and valveless pumps. There are three basic types of pumps: positive-displacement, centrifugal and axial-flow pumps
What maintenance tasks should be carried out on pumps?
- Check pump for noisy bearings and cavitation.
- Check bearing oil for water and discoloration.
- Feel all bearings for temperature.
- Inspect bearings and oil rings through filling ports. …
- Check oil leaks at the gaskets.
What causes a pump to fail?
Pump failure can be caused by several issues, including but not limited to: Pressure: restrictions in the pump’s suction can result in cavitation of the pump. Root causes of this are generally undersized suction lines, plugged suction strainer or valve issues
How do you inspect a pump?
- Visual inspection for damage.
- Dimensional check to drawing requirements.
- Witness or review hydrostatic test.
- Witness or review NDE examination.
- Application of test marks.
- Visual examination of welded on connections.
N.B. Scheduled maintenance checks should always be performed by a certified third party inspector.
What is the difference between overhaul and repair?
A repair is a fix on something reported as broken whereas an overhaul is a complete teardown of the unit which occurs in accordance with the manufacturing specifications
Partnering with us, will ensure you understand your obligations and are in compliance with current fire standards and regulations.
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If you have a general pump enquiries you would like to ask our team, please get in touch and we will happily help you out..If it is an emergency call our 24/7 Hotline 👉
(0403 345 023)