By Blake Kolquist on Apr 7, 2014 2:24:23 PM
Standard life expectancy for a pump varies greatly. Many variables affect how long a given pump will function properly – the system, the type of pump and the product, to name a few.
It also depends upon how well the pump was manufactured. For example, the GPM-Eliminator™ is a slurry pump that will pump virtually anything: water, lime slurry, mill scale, even taconite pellets.
In addition to manufacturing the GPM-Eliminator, GPM represents and distributes leading industrial equipment manufacturers, and provides world-class pump and rotating equipment repair services. With almost 40 years of experience, the GPM repair shop is well-qualified to service your equipment.
Why take steps to repair your pump before it fails?
- Cost reduction (repair is usually less expensive than buying a new unit)
- Opportunity for upgrades (improve material construction)
- Minimize down time (proactive/preventative maintenance can be scheduled for quicker turnarounds)
- Get “more bang for your buck” when it comes to your initial pump purchase