Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Menu Search Arrow Right Arrow Left Arrow Down Arrow Up Home Arrow Next Arrow Previous RSS Icon Calendar Icon Warning Icon

Filter the results

  • Enter one or more words to find resources containing any of the words entered
  • Enter words or phrases between " " to find exact match

Webinar Recordings

Pump Repairs and Procedures

  • April 2020
  • Number of views: 828
Webinar recording bundle

A special discounted collection of 8 webinar recordings focusing on various aspects of pump repair.

Just $40 for EASA members!

Troubleshooting Pump Performance Problems

  • May 2017
  • Number of views: 844
Webinar recording

This presentation covers hHow to determine if a pump is operating properly and differentiating a pump problem from a system problem.

Solve vertical pump motor vibration

Knowledge of common vibratory forces helps diagnose and correct problems

  • February 2017
  • Number of views: 1496
Trade press article — Processing Magazine

High vibration is a common problem for motors that are installed on top of vertical pumps. Its source can be a mechanical issue with the pump, motor or coupling or even hydraulic forces from the pump.

The Basics: What Every Repairer Needs to Know about Pump Curves

  • August 2016
  • Number of views: 704
Webinar recording

This presentation covers:

  • Head & flow = volts & amps for pumps
  • Testing pumps to their performance curves
  • Troubleshooting pump performance
  • What the pump curve tells you about cavitation 

Guidelines for vertical pump removal and installation

  • February 2015
  • Number of views: 923

Service centers that provide field service for equipment removal and installation have little trouble handling most common horizontal pumps. However, vertical turbine pumps (and similarly mounted vertical pumps) present some additional challenges.

Final Testing for Pumps - An Overview

  • November 2014
  • Number of views: 782
Webinar recording

The pump repairs are completed! Now the pump needs to be tested. This presentation discusses the procedures for the basic tests that can be performed on pumps that have been repaired in the service center.

Fundamentals of Pump Repair

  • June 2013
  • Number of views: 1774

The repair of the various types of pumps represents an important segment of the service center repair market. Electric motors and pumps are the two most widely used industrial machine components.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Although there are two principle pump types (dynamic and positive displacement), this manual focuses on dynamic pumps and the fundamentals of dynamic pump repair. The information it contains will be helpful to both novice and experienced pump repair technicians, to supervisors and managers of pump repair operations, and to customer service and sales personnel who communicate with customers about pump repair issues.

Repair Tips for Submersible Pumps

  • February 2013
  • Number of views: 625
Webinar recording

This presentation focuses on:

  • Types of submersible pumps
  • Tips on seal arrangements
  • Common repair procedures
  • Cables and cable entries
  • Testing submersibles in the service center

Interpreting the Vibration Spectrum

  • June 2012
  • Number of views: 215
Convention presentation

This paper covers how to get the vibration spectrum and what it means.

Inexpensive pump test center provides value-added service

  • September 2005
  • Number of views: 770

Many EASA members perform service on pumps of some type and have had the customer return the pump or call back to say it leaks or it still will not pump. We solved this by making a very inexpensive test center for all types of pumps: flooded suction, immersion lube, submersible, centrifugal, deep well and many others. We purchased the material for less than $300 and it took less than half a day to install. The system we put together was based on an average size of the pumps we need to test most often.