Pump Engineering Company distributes, maintains, and repairs different kinds of positive displacement pumps, including progressing cavity pumps (PCP). These incredibly versatile pumps can handle a wide range of applications, but are best suited for fluid metering and pumping abrasive, viscous, and shear-sensitive materials.
Inspections and Mechanical Evaluation of PCP
Pump Engineering stocks positive displacement pumps from different manufacturers, which translates to varying purchase prices depending on the brand. That said, PC pumps have an average lifetime of 15 to 20 years depending on the application. This implies that the largest part of your pump’s total lifecycle costs will go towards energy consumption, maintenance, downtime, and repair.
Having access to a reliable team of service and maintenance professionals will allow you to maximize the uptime of your progressive cavity pump and prolong its functional life. Through the combination of highly trained professionals and state-of-the-art specialty equipment, we can inspect and troubleshoot your equipment to maximize uptime and ensure a safe working environment.
Progressive Cavity Pump Repair & Maintenance
PC pumps operate under incredible stress that can be caused by vibrations, thermal expansion, the support structure, and other variables. Over time, and following multiple start-up and shut-down cycles, the mechanical structure of your pump and connected equipment may become compromised, resulting in component failure.
Our field service engineers have the skills and experience to quickly and effectively resolve any progressing cavity pump and component problems. Our pump specialists can help you conduct a timely evaluation of your equipment, recommend repairs and component replacements, and fix your system, any time of day or night.
Need help buying a progressive cavity pump?
If you’re looking for a highly adaptable positive displacement pump that can handle some of the toughest pumping applications and difficult fluids, then a progressive cavity pump may be the right choice for you.
Choosing the right pump requires a careful consideration of multiple factors including total lifecycle costs, pump speed and construction materials, pumped media (viscosity, abrasiveness, and solids content), special features, and initial cost, among others. Our highly experienced team at PEC can help you make the right selection for your specific application.
If you need a progressive cavity pump expert in Southern California to help you get a customized design that gives you greater control over your process, please contact Pump Engineering Company. From pump selection to service and maintenance to emergency repairs, our professional team is always ready to help.