Industrial Pump & Lift Station Parts Repaired and Sold By Industry Experts
For over 30 years, we’ve assisted businesses with their sewage pumps and sanitary lift stations
If your industrial pump or lift station parts aren’t functioning properly, then your entire system is not operating up to par. If any of the parts are defective or damaged, the entire system can stop functioning. In turn, this can slow down production, which can be costly. At United Compressor & Pump Services, our expert technicians will come out same or next day to troubleshoot whatever pump problems you’re having. Our fast high quality service makes us your go-to company. Some of the parts we often sell and repair include:
Most industrial pumps have a variety of controls to regulate pressure and flow rates. The following problems can arise if controls aren’t working properly:
- Flow rates may be impeded
- Cavitation may occur
- Pressure imbalances can damage internal components
Most pumps have multiple sensors and controls, including:
- Circulation controls
- Flow rate sensors
- Flow switches
- Optical liquid sensors
- Pressure transfusers
It can be difficult to troubleshoot problems with these components. Always consult with a certified technician from United Compressor & Pump Services if you run into any problems.
Pump valves are check valves (i.e. they only allow flow in one direction) that control flow rates by restricting pressure in the chamber. Flow may be destabilized and clogging may occur if the valves stop working properly. Some of the most common check valve problems are:
- Internal valve damage that causes leaking
- A valve that can’t change settings easily
- A coil that needs to be replaced
These problems can often be repaired, but sometimes the check valve will need to be replaced.
Even the best-designed and carefully maintained pumps can malfunction. These problems can lead to excessive leaking, pump failure, sparking, and other serious catastrophes. These issues can become emergencies, especially in environments where lives are at risk, such as healthcare and transportation of hazardous materials.
Many pumps are equipped with alarms that are triggered by leaks, structural damage, blown capacitors, and other emergencies. You need to calibrate them regularly and understand the different error codes so that you know what actions to take if any of the alarms are triggered.
The pipes are the simplest components in most pumps, but they are still very important. They connect the rest of the pump to the fluid supply, which means flow rate can be severely impeded if they are obstructed or damaged. Flow rates may also be limited if the pipes are too small. On the other hand, if pumps are too large, then the pump may be unable to create a large enough pressure drop to create flow.
Pump downtime can cause serious problems. You need to make sure your pump operates, even if it is cut off from its primary power source. Many pumps are equipped with backup generators to minimize downtime.
Some of the other parts we supply and repair include transformers, seal failure circuits, capacitors, conductors, drives, and VSD calculators.
For pump station parts, including sales and service, call (603) 552-5885. We are all about competent, quick, and incomparable service. When you call, we’ll answer. When you need us, we’ll be there. Call the company that will put you first: United Compressor & Pump Services. We service all of New England, particularly the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, including the areas of Manchester NH, Concord NH, Portsmouth NH, Lowell MA, and Boston MA.