HYDRAULIC PUMP REPAIR

Hydraulic Pump Repair

Hydraulic pumps are devices that convert a mechanical force into hydraulic energy (fluid flow). You will find hydraulic pumps on all sorts of hydraulic systems where movement of fluid is necessary. Some common examples include oil, water and coolant pumps that move the fluid from a reservoir and circulate it through the system.

 

While the hydraulic pump itself does not create pressure, it does create the movement (flow) of fluid that in turn creates pressure depending on the restrictiveness of the system and lines. The pressure in the system builds until the pressure of the load is overcome and the fluid is forced through the system.

 

Due to the moving parts in a hydraulic pump and system, parts can wear out over time. Heat, pressure and vibration can cause mating surfaces to wear and seals and gaskets to deteriorate. When your pumps start to leak or no longer deliver the flow you need, it’s time to have them repaired.

 

Here in PA, your top choice for hydraulic pump repair is Hard Chrome Specialists. We are your York and Harrisburg hydraulic pump specialist and can take care of any type and size of industrial hydraulic pump.

 

Different Models of Hydraulic Pumps

 

There are many different types and configurations of hydraulic pumps for use in industry. Some common types include:

  • Reciprocating
  • Rotary
  • External-gear
  • Lobe pump
  • Screw pump
  • Internal-gear
  • Vane pumps
  • Piston pumps

 

With so many pump variants on the market, you need to choose a qualified and experienced company for service. That's where Hard Chrome comes in. We have been taking care of the pump repair needs of PA customers since 1988 and are proud to offer our services to you.

 

Pump Maintenance and Service

 

The best way to avoid pump failure is to perform regular service and verify that your pumps are functioning properly on a regular basis. In some cases, we can replace seals, gaskets, bearings and other moving parts to ensure your hydraulic pumps are ready to use when you need them.

 

If your pumps have started to leak or are no longer creating adequate flow, they need to be serviced right away. Our technicians will inspect your pumps and determine what’s wrong before making all necessary repairs. We use top-quality parts that meet or beat OEM specifications so you are sure to get many more hours of service out of your repaired pump.

 

We invite you to contact us today to discuss your hydraulic pump repair needs with our helpful staff.