Fire Pump Repair
Your fire pump is the heart of your sprinkler system. If it fails, your fire suppression systems will fail to protect your personnel and your property. Promptly performing repairs is vital, and our team understands the critical importance of this task. When you contact Fire Systems of Michigan to repair your fire pump, you can depend on our team to complete the minor repairs and test the system for efficient and effective performance.
Why You Need Fire Pump Repair
Fire pumps are only effective when each component performs as it is required to in an emergency situation. When a fire breaks out, damaged components, frayed wires, and disconnected elements can result in your fire suppression system’s total failure. Because you never know when a fire will break out, repairs should be performed promptly and without delay.
What Fire Pump Repair Includes
We can conduct a wide range of repairs whether you have a horizontal split case, vertical split case, vertical in-line, end suction, or vertical turbine fire pump. We perform minor repairs on pumps manufactured by Ansul, Darley, Vanguard, Talco, and many other fire pump manufacturers. We can replace bearings, shafts, air release valves, and more. We can repair or replace damaged circulation relief valves, swing bolts, impellers, and other components. We will thoroughly inspect the fire pump for damage during each repair and ensure that all damaged components are repaired or replaced during the repair process.
Frequently Asked Questions on Fire Pump Repair
Is preventative maintenance effective?
Preventative maintenance is highly effective at reducing damage and sudden system failure. Preventative maintenance can often identify small problems before they result in major damage. Preventative maintenance should include the engine, battery, fuel supply, fire pump, and other system components.
Can a fire pump be refurbished?
Yes, many fire pumps can be refurbished or restored to their original factory condition. This includes rewinds and bearing replacements, RPM adjustments, block heater installation, repair, etc.
Should I repair an older fire pump?
Sometimes, fire pumps simply can’t be effectively repaired. When this happens, our technicians will tell you that a replacement is a safer, more cost-effective option.