Service contracts have one purpose to provide the customer with more effective equipment and well system maintenance. Monitoring the complete system on a regularly scheduled basis provides critical information that will quite often keep major break-downs from happening, resulting in the loss of vital water supply. For example, something as simple as monitoring the increase or decrease in amperage ( loud ) , suggest changes that will lead to repairs. This can allow for scheduled repairs to take place rather than sudden break-downs requiring emergency repairs.
Regular service saves time and money - Another feature of our service contract is critical maintenance on a continuing basis. There are certain design components to water wells, pumps, and related equipment that should be maintained regularly to keep the system running smoothly and efficiently. A log will be created where scheduled maintenance is performed and will be stored at the maintenance location, as will comments regarding any necessary changes or recommendations. These and many more features of our service contracts are listed below and can be tailored to the distinctive needs and unigue characteristics of your system.
Offered service and Maintenance features -
Amperage readings - To monitor any significant load Changes.
Temperature readings - Monitoring heat changes in the motor at beaqrings and windings
Pressure monitoring - A loss of pressure at the well head suggests internal failure,whether in the well or the above ground distribution system.
Water level - Monitoring water level should include static water level and pumping levels. These will give indications as to the integrity of the aquifer.
Cleaning - Electronic components and cooling systems equipped should be cleaned and monitored on a regular basis from dust and debris.
Lubrication monitoring - Allowing for the proper amount and type of lubrication to furnish optimum life to the bearings of a turbine pump.
Flow monitoring - This evaluates not only the vitality of the aquifer, but the health of the pumpingsystem. Changes in flow can be an indicator of major problems.
Pump packing - (if equipped) monitoring the pump's packing gland assures the upper bearing of the pump's shaft is well lubricated without leaking.
Cost of operation analysis - In most cases a cost of operation can be provided,suggesting changes that can be made to lower over-all operating budget.
Log sheets and journals - An extensive set of log sheets and notations will be left on the job site to provide you with the ability to observe the over-all performance of your system. Along with changes and suggested resolutions. In addition, electronic files can be made available in requested.
Booster/Pump stations -
Whether booster or pump stations equipped with centrifugals (which is most common) or turbines, we offer the same purpose driven service that would otherwise receive. In addition, we offer certified personnel and safety equipment for confined space entry such as pumping vaults where regulations from safety agencies require such. Vaults with no or inadequate ventilation systems can produce a deadly enviroment. Your well site is unigue your service contract should be too - All water wells are unique, yet they offer the same universal need - water. That uniqueness requires specially designed equipment to supply that need. Therefore, our service contracts should be unique as your well. The contract must also and most importantly offer a reduction in operating cost to the customer. In most cases the survey analysis, combined with research and development, will show that by a simple monitoring along with the minor preventative maintenance there will be long-term benefits to the life of the system, thus, a reduction in operating cost.