Commonly, regular tests may include vibration analysis, thermal inspection, bearing inspection, and noise analysis. Capacity and pressure tests are also important and, when combined with optimization of the wear liner, can help to maintain the original efficiency of the pump system.
By keeping up with regular inspections, organizations can ensure that their pump systems remain in optimal condition, help to reduce energy costs, and support a high level of efficiency and reliability. For example, vibration analysis is an effective tool for identifying potential issues in pump systems, such as misaligned components or mechanical faults. This can be used to detect any changes in the system, such as wear and tear, and to ensure that the pump is running at its highest efficiency. Thermal inspections are also important, as they can detect any overheating, which can be caused by the pump being overworked or worn bearings.
The bearing inspection is a crucial part of regular inspections, as it can identify any potential wear and tear. This can also help to increase the life of the pump.