Many people complain to the supplier with a simple reason: the pressure dropped, the flow rate not stable, the pump not work,etc. They do not try to analyze the root cause even they bought the pumps with over 100K or 1M. Any changes in engineers or other materials may cause certain key technical data changed. The pump is not working individually, it works with heater, PCB controller, water filter, etc. We've had many experiences that the pump, a very mature pump, was complained about by our long-term customer. But, what caused the pump to not work and high reject rate? Finally, we found their engineer changed the design/material/supplier with certain reason. Testing procedure are also very important. Both parties should discuss this topic in advance for against getting different testing result and requirements.
~Giano Yip, Manufacturer, Hong Kong, Chian
- 1st, the air power supply line shall be installed oiled
- 2nd, always apply of O-Rings with "Viton" type product
- 3rd, Use O-ring teflon i/o rubber/nitrile
~Budiono Sritunggal, Technical Administration, Balikpapan, Indonesia
Please design suction side luxuriously for NPSH and evaluate suction and temperature conditions closely so as to arrive at correct speed and size of pump
~Narinder K, Marketing/Sales, Mumbai, India
Understanding what volume and pressure needed and the type of liquid to be pumped for the purpose, so as to select the right pump.
~Peter S, Engineer, Wootton, Australia
Select the pump considering the Flow Rate, Maximum Pressure, Operating Power, and also the Medium used.
~VARA PRASAD, Engineer, KAKINADA, INDIA
Make sure to use quality water filters ,and packing and plungers .
~Steve B, General Management, Tampa, FL
1) Choose the pump which spares and services easily available.
~Purushothamdas C, Maintenance Engineer, Trichur, India
Know your operating requirements.
~Dana N, Business Owner, Minneapolis, MN
As mentioned earlier
~Sundaram Mahalingam, Technical Support, Chennai, India
Don't go too small.
~Eric Wanstrom, Design Engineer, Dallas, GA
Same as 8
~Tom W, Marketing/Sales, MPLS, MN