Industrial Pump & Lift Station Repair From Industry Experts
For over 30 years, we have assisted commercial clients with their pumps and lift stations
When your industrial pump or lift station needs a repair it could drastically affect your business’s performance. Mechanical problems are inevitable and lead to costly and sometimes dangerous downtime. If you encounter issues with your commercial pump or lift station, you’ll want to have a team of expert technicians at your side. United Compressor & Pump Services has been repairing and maintaining industrial pumps for 30 years and we’re here to assist you.
You should contact us if you have any of the following issues:
The biggest issue people tend to have with their pumps and lift stations is clogging. People often flush items that simply cannot pass through pipes, such as wipes. Even wipes that are marketed as “flushable” should not be flushed. We have extensive experience removing numerous items from various pumps in order to unclog the system. If you’re stuck, call us.
Reduced Flow Output
Reduced flow output could be a sign of clogging, though it also can be due to other malfunctions. A number of factors could be the culprit, such as:
- Cavitation, which can be caused by the formation of bubbles or fluid cavities, which can create a pressure imbalance in your pump. Over time, this imbalance can cause damage to the internal structure if it’s not taken care of.
- Valve leaks, which can be caused by poor sealing or damage to the valve structure.
- A malfunctioning pressure control switch. Your pressure control switch plays an important role in regulating pipe flow. It may not register correctly if it is clogged, has coupling problems, or other mechanical issues.
Signs of Structural Damage
Cracks in your pump housing and other signs of damage should be evaluated right away. They could spread and compromise the integrity of the entire structure if they are not repaired. If you notice parts of your pump deteriorating, you should get it looked at right away.
High Water Alarms
Your water alarm warns you that something is wrong before your pump or lift station completely floods its surrounding area. For this reason, it is important that your alarm is fully functioning. If your high water alarm sounds, then you need to have an expert examine your system immediately to prevent further damage to both your pump and your property.
Motor Performance Problems
Your motor is your lift station’s driving force. A number of problems can impede its performance and stop your pump from working properly, such as:
- A blown capacitor
- A motor breaker that needs to be reset
- A timer that isn’t set properly
Since there are so many different possible causes, motor problems are difficult to diagnose. This is why your pump station should be inspected by one of our trained technicians.
Why United Compressor & Pump Services?
Our technicians are committed to delivering 100% customer satisfaction. Here are some of the reasons why several of the nation’s largest brands—including Walmart, Raytheon, and KinderCare—trust us to handle their commercial pump and lift station repairs:
Our technicians are trained and certified to troubleshoot and diagnose problems with any industrial pump or lift station. They are familiar with all of the models of dozens of different brands.
Our technicians conduct very detailed inspections to identify the source of the problem.
On-site and Off-site Inspections
Your convenience is very important to us. Our technicians can conduct inspections on-site, which is ideal if your time is limited and you have a large pump that is difficult to transport.
For industrial pump and lift station repair, 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.