We’ve talked a little bit about roller pump repair in the past and briefly explained some of the things to consider if you think it's time to consider repairing a broken or damaged roller pump. Today we’ll dive into the subject in more detail and share what to do to carefully inspect all parts of the roller pump for wear. From there you’ll be able to easily assess whether a repair kit is in order or, alternatively, if a full replacement pump is on your to-do list. Let’s get started.Read More
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You’re on the market for a new spray pump. You have a pretty clear idea of what you need. After all, nine times out of ten it’s a replacement pump that’s on its last leg and in need of replacing. Not an easy pill to swallow when you have to buy one of the most vital parts for your sprayer. But where do you start?
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Is it time to replace your Roller Pump?We receive a lot of calls from customers who want to repair their broken or damaged Roller Pump. Here are some things to consider:
- Before buying and installing a repair kit for your Roller Pump, be sure that the housing of the pump is in good condition.
- If the housing of the pump is worn, new rollers won't be able to create enough pressure to move water through the pump. While you can purchase the pump housing as a replacement part, it is often more cost effective to buy a brand new pump.
- If you're not sure, take the pump apart, and send a picture to one of our Customer Service Technicians for help.