Typically, over the lifetime of a pump, twice as much is spent on maintenance and repair as on the initial purchase.
It is important to budget for maintaining your pumps. Be aware that costs are unavoidable, and prepare ahead of time to minimise them.
Effective preventive maintenance can not only make cost savings, but it will also save considerable time and hassle. What would happen if a pump that was critical to your processes stopped working one day without any warning? And how many of your pumps are critical to your processes?
We’ll discuss with you how to weigh up whether it is effective to have a planned maintenance contract on each of your pumps. Remember that sometimes it can even be more efficient to just leave a pump until it fails, but it does depend on a combination of several factors. Give us a call on 020 3026 3650.