Hydraulic Pump Repair
If your business utilizes much in the way of industrial equipment, the chances are good that hydraulics are a part of your machinery. But if there’s an issue with your hydraulic pump, your hydraulic equipment could be rendered essentially useless. At AES, our team of highly trained experts specializes in repairing hydraulic pumps. They have the skills, knowledge, and expertise to easily diagnose and address any issues. You can trust our experienced professionals to restore your hydraulic pump to its best condition, ensuring a reliable performance that last!
Connect with one of our friendly experts today, & let’s get the conversation started! AES is here to help!
Now to get started with our simple, proven AES Repair Process
Once we have received your item for repair, we will receive the item in our system.1
Our quoting specialists will evaluate your item and determine the parts and labor necessary to complete the repair.2
Following your approval, we will get to work on your repair. One of our repair technicians will troubleshoot the problem(s) with the item.3
To ensure the highest level of quality throughout the repair process, we comply with ISO 9001:2015 standards, and an ESD program.4
Once the repair is complete, we safely package your item and prepare the item for delivery or shipment.5
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What Does a Hydraulic Pump Do, and How Does It Work?
Hydraulic pumps are a staple of essentially every type of hydraulic power transmission system. Hydraulic pumps serve to convert mechanical energy into hydraulic energy, delivered through a flow of fluids which helps to develop the pressure needed to drive a hydraulic system.
Hydraulic pumps are used for a variety of industrial applications, including injection molding machines, lifts, conveyors, presses, pallet jacks, mixers, mills, foundries, forklifts, and more. The more heavy-duty the mechanical application is, the more likely it is to need a hydraulic pump to help produce the kind of power needed to operate it. There are many types of hydraulic pumps in common use, including reciprocating pumps, rotary pumps, piston pumps, gear pumps, screw pumps, vane pumps, plunger pumps, and others.
What Can Lead to Hydraulic Pump Failure?
Hydraulic pumps are really at the center of many essential factory and industrial operations. But because these devices operate under high pressure and high demands, there are also several potential sources of problems. Following a regular routine of maintenance is incredibly important for the longevity of these devices. But even so, hydraulic pump failure can still occur. Here are some of the common issues we see with hydraulic pumps at AES.
Fluid contamination issues
One of the most common causes of hydraulic pump damage has to do with debris mixing in with the internal liquids. This debris causes friction, leading to inefficiency, extra wear on the pump mechanism, and some potential malfunctions.
Fluid viscosity breakdown
The hydraulic fluid used within these pumps will break down over time. If the viscosity of the fluid is too high, that can lead to cavitation. And if the viscosity of the fluid is too low, that can result in damage from excessive friction.
Excess heat can result in hydraulic pump damage, and can eventually contribute to pump failure. This heat can come as a product of improper fluid viscosity, or from external environmental factors.
Too much pressure
Excessive pressure puts excessive loads on hydraulic pumps, which can be both damaging and unsafe. This pressure leads to faster component wear and premature failure – which can even happen in a violent fashion.
Sometimes air bubbles can be trapped inside the hydraulic fluid. Pressure can cause these bubbles to collapse; in extreme circumstances, this can lead to pump failure as a result of implosion.
This doesn’t refer to air in the hydraulic fluid, but rather air which gets into the pump through improperly-sealed shafts or joints. If you notice your pump whining or making other audible high-pitched noises, this may be a sign of pump aeration. If left unchecked, this can result in a breakdown of your pump.
Hydraulic Pump Repair Services with AES
Sometimes a hydraulic pump may need to be replaced, but oftentimes it can be rebuilt or refurbished with results that are just as good, if not better! Seeing some signs of wear and tear or other issues with your hydraulic pump? Send it to the repair pros at AES!
Send Your Hydraulic Pump to AES
Pack your hydraulic pump with foam, bubble wrap, or appropriate protective material, and just send it on to AES! If you can also describe any specific issues or problems you’ve been noticing, that will be helpful too. But if all you know is that your hydraulic pump isn’t working right – or isn’t working at all – go ahead and send it! Our team will troubleshoot & diagnose it for you, and we can also provide whatever repairs or service is needed.
Ship your equipment to AES at 101 Technology Lane, Mount Airy, NC 27030, with your name, company name, phone number, email, mailing address, and any other relevant contact information. Our team can take it and run with it from there, and we can get started on getting your hydraulic pump restored to optimal condition.
Equipment Check-in, Troubleshooting, & Repair Quote
Once we receive your hydraulic pump, we’ll check it in and assign a unique tracking ID. Afterward, we’ll move right into troubleshooting and evaluation, where we’ll break your pump down, inspect it, and make an expert assessment. We’ll then be ready to share a repair & service quote describing exactly what we’ll need to do in order to get your pump working good as new again.
Your individually assigned Customer Service Representative will connect with you personally; at AES, we really feel that the individual, personal touch is best. We’ll let you know what we discover after our thorough analysis, including any specific repair, service, or component replacement recommendations.
Let’s Get Your Hydraulic Pump Pumping Again!
Once you officially approve the repair quote, we’ll get your hydraulic pump right on our team’s service schedule. We follow a thorough, proven process for hydraulic pump breakdown, service, restoration, and rebuilding. Once that’s complete, we’ll then conduct a series of full-load tests to make sure everything is good-to-go with your pump. After some final quality assurance steps, we’ll carefully package your items for a safe return, and then promptly ship your equipment back to you.
Why You Should Entrust AES with Your Hydraulic Pump Repair Needs
You can find other companies who also offer hydraulic pump repair services, but you won’t find anyone who consistently provides the same level of careful workmanship and personalized customer service as AES! We’ll take care of your repairs the right way, plus we’ll take care of you in the process:
At AES, the superior quality of workmanship is our standard. We deliver the best possible quality of repair services for every hydraulic pump, along with any other equipment you have that’s in need of repair. We’ve successfully repaired hydraulic pumps of all shapes, sizes, and brands, and we can certainly provide for your specific equipment service needs, too.
What’s your desired repair turnaround timetable? Of course, you’d probably say RIGHT NOW! But you should understand that providing quality hydraulic pump repairs does require a certain amount of focused time, attention, and effort. But don’t worry, our trained & skilled technicians know how to get the job done promptly, too. We have a fast standard turnaround time of 8-10 business days for most projects, but you can also choose to place a RUSH on your order, if that’s what your timetable really requires.
Experienced Repair Technicians
Hydraulic pump repair isn’t just some side gig for the AES team. In fact, we have a full repair team trained & equipped for servicing pumps and motors like yours! Our team possesses decades of combined on-the-job experience, so we’re confident in saying that we know what we’re doing. But we don’t just stop there. We also offer regular ongoing training for our technician team, so we’ll always be ready to serve your needs in the best possible manner.
Effective Repairs Are a Cost-Effective Solution
Industrial hydraulic pumps can be pretty expensive to replace. And on top of that, replacement sometimes really isn’t your best solution, either. The AES team can service and restore your hydraulic pump for less, and we’ll return it to you in like-new (or better-than-new) condition. Our clients appreciate how AES comes alongside to meet their equipment repair needs, while also saving them lots of time, money, and needless headaches in the process!
Industry’s Best Warranty!
And don’t miss this important fact about AES. Other repair providers may also claim to do great work, but not every provider stands behind their work like we do. At AES, we’re proud to back everything we do by offering an industry-leading 24-Month Limited Warranty for ALL REPAIRS. If a problem should arise within the warranty period that’s deemed to be a repair workmanship issue, we’ll provide a follow-up service for you at NO cost! Now, that’s the kind of service you really want!
Connect with AES for Effective Hydraulic Pump Service
Ready to get your hydraulic pump pumping again, so your hydraulic equipment can keep putting in work for you and your business? We can make that happen, and more; AES has your needs covered! Reach out today at (866) 386-1001 and let us provide you with your perfect repair solution! We’re standing by to help!