SEWAGE PUMP SERVICING & MAINTENANCE
Sewage Pump Servicing – 5-Year Warranties Available with Ongoing Servicing for Sewage/Drainage Pumps and associated equipment.
- *Hose or jet-wash the sump-internals/pumps.
Note: – a suitable water supply adjacent station to be provided by a client.
- *Breakdown and remove crust from a surface of water within the sump.
- *Check pumps for any blockages and remove same.
- *Check for free rotation of impellers/visually check the condition of same.
- *Audibly check motor bearings for noise.
- *Check condition of the motor oil, noting any ‘milky’ appearance indicating mechanical seal failure.
- *Strip volutes to expose impellers & seals.
Inspect condition of mechanical seals.
- *Replenish motor oil as required.
- *Clean and inspect the condition of neoprene cabling and glands on pumps and float switches.
- *Remove inspection covers on non-return valves. Check and remove any blockages.
- *Check for correct seating of flaps/sealing. Lubricate and refit covers.
- *Rotate and lubricate isolation valves to ensure correct operation.
- *Inspect and note any corrosion to pipework/valves within the sump.
- *Lift float switches and check correct auto sequence.
- *Carry out ‘megger’ test (insulation resistance test) to motor windings noting any low readings.
- *Check any electrical junctions/boxes/connectors. Dry out and re-make/re-seal (as required)
- *Carry out clamp-meter tests noting correct running current of pump motors.
- *Open control-panel and check for correct movement of motor starter contacts.
- *Inspect and note wear same.
- *Check all panel bulbs and audible sounders. Report any replacements required.
- *Check discharge stools, guide rails and upper support brackets noting any corrosion.
- *Check pump lifting chains, shackles and hooks noting and corrosion.
- *General condition – check and report upon the general condition of sump and access opening.* Where applicable
Problems often associated with pump systems that are not regularly serviced include Build-up of grease/fat. Float switches becoming incorrectly positioned/slipping (causing pumps to run continuously and fail prematurely) and pumps/ floats/control systems to fail, if they are not correctly and regularly maintained by qualified engineers.
Our team of highly experienced and qualified pumps engineers will ensure your pump system is fully cleaned and serviced to the highest possible standards, to ensure longevity and trouble-free operation, keeping you pumping!
We offer a highly sophisticated follow-up/scheduling system, meaning you are contacted in a timely manner, ensuring that a routine service to your pump system is never missed again.