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3 Reasons Why You Should Buy a Pump from Sprayer Depot

Posted by Sprayer Depot on Wed, Aug 20, 2014

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?

Does this scenario sound familiar? Since we're more focused on your needs than your wallet, here we’ll share three foolproof tips to get you the best product for your needs at the best price. 

Tip #1: Inventory
Whether you’re in the market for a diaphragm pump, roller pump, centrifugal pump, piston pump, transfer or plunger pump, find a retailer that covers the spectrum with a variety of brands on hand for sale. Look for a retailer that carries major sprayer pump brands like Hypro, Udor, Comet, Banjo, Myers and SHURflo, to name a few. Since not all brands manufacture all pump types, at Sprayer Depot you’ll find a better selection for your needs and a more knowledgeable team to answer any questions. Sprayer Depot carries all the major brands for practically every type of spray pump at the best price.


Tip #2: Price Matching
Speaking of price, don’t be afraid to shop around. You’ll find out more about the product you’re looking for from kicking the proverbial tires at a few shops before settling on one. That will also give you a chance to scope out who has the best pricing policy – for example Sprayer Depot will match any competitor’s price (must be an authorized dealer/distributor). We strive to offer the lowest price on all major spray pump brands, but if you happen to find a lower advertised price from an authorized distributor, Sprayer Depot will match or beat that price! When you’re shopping for a part like a pump you know your going to have to spend a pretty penny so why not get the best deal.

Tip #3: Customer Service
You’re a pro so the customer service team from any retailer won’t show you how to do your job, but they can offer some insight into the latest tricks of the trade. At Sprayer Depot, our knowledgeable customer service technicians have more than 55 years of combined experience in the industry. Many of them have worked their way into the role through production jobs building the very sprayer you use today. So they know their stuff and speak your language. Plus, they’re not sales guys aiming to make commission – they genuinely enjoy what they do and strive to assist folks in finding the product that’s best for their needs.

So the next time you’re in the market for a spray pump, or really anything for your sprayer equipment, remember to consider inventory, price match policies and customer service. Better yet, just give the guys at Sprayer Depot a call or visit the online store. You’ll be in good hands.

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Twin Diaphragm vs.Triple Diaphragm Pumps

Posted by Marketing Manager on Wed, Dec 05, 2012

Contributed by guest blogger:  Pete Gustin, Valley Industries

Recent Trends

In recent years, there has been a push by diaphragm pump manufacturers to switch from traditional twin diaphragm pumps to the newer triple diaphragm designs. Advocates tout that "reduced vibrations" tops the list of benefits.  However, there are others who are quick to point out the drawbacks of triple diaphragm pumps, which if not diagnosed correctly, leave some applicators swearing by the old, rattling, cranky but reliable alternative.

Pros and Cons of Triple Diaphragm PumpsComet APS41 Triple Diaphragm Pump resized 600

Pros and Cons

The most common "drawback" is not actually with the pump, but in proper repair procedure.  With twin diaphragm pumps, you simply have to tilt the pump side-to-side to purge air bubbles from the oil after a repair.  On the other hand, a triple diaphragm pump requires removing the pump from the engine and rotating it in all directions while turning the shaft by hand to ensure that all of the nooks and crannies inside all three chambers get filled properly with oil.  Not following this procedure can cause diaphragms to fail quickly or, worse yet, to make the oil milky even though the diaphragms are fine, leaving you baffled and frustrated. 

So next time you’re looking for a new pump be sure to take advantage of the benefits of new technology, but don’t forget to change your old repair habits.


Topics: Comet Pumps, Triple Diaphragm Pumps, Double Diaphragm vs. Triple Diaphragm Pumps

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