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Pump Installation & Maintenance Inspection

RWB Group conducts pump station installation and maintenance inspections for commercial and industrial clients across the UK. Our expert engineers provide reviews at regular intervals to ensure that the pump stations are in good condition and are working effectively. Our services cover wastewater, public water, and sewage pump stations, as well as dry well and wet well installations.

As an ISO and OHSAS accredited company, we work to the highest industry standards for Health and Safety and are trained to work in both hazardous and confined spaces.

If you have recently installed a sewage pump station, you will need an inspection in order to quickly determine whether the station has any run-in issues. We offer regular reviews in order to ensure that your pump stations run 24/7 and to identify any potential problems as soon as possible to prevent significant expenses from small issues being overlooked. These smaller issues can often develop into more substantial problems and can even lead to pump failure if left unresolved.

RWB Group is an environmentally responsible company which means that we are passionate about minimising our environmental impact while installing or maintaining your sewage pump station. Our maintenance ensures consistent uptime through identifying opportunities for preventative maintenance.  Our fleet of fully equipped vehicles utilise environmentally friendly tools that are designed for effective use in dry well and wet well installations and pump stations that move wastewater, sewage, and public water.

Pump Station Maintenance Inspections

Pump stations are complex and contain a lot of parts that need to be reviewed on a regular basis. The aim of the inspection is to identify any wear and tear across all major components and to prevent a complete failure. A typical review will include a visual inspection and testing of the motors, rotating elements, bearings, valves, seals, and temperatures.

A variety of issues can affect the station’s operation and it is vital to prevent pumps from overheating. Switch faults can cause overheating as a result of the motor always being engaged. Worn parts can also cause the pump to have shorter run time cycles.

Our experienced engineers will also check for signs of oxidation, impeller erosion, coating failures, excessive vibrations, mechanical stress, and separations. The maintenance inspection will also check for thermal expansion, valve clogging, machine imbalance, shaft misalignments, a build-up of corrosive liquids, and unequal pump amperages.

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Our Pump Station Maintenance & Inspection Services

We create a bespoke package of services for each client, taking into account the pump station size and complexity.

Our service can include:

  • An inspection for grease build-up
  • Replacing degraded lubricants
  • A tightness check of the pump/flange seating
  • Float operation and float switches
  • Flowmeter calibration
  • A check for and removal of debris build-up
  • Sump drain clearance
  • Sump pump checks
  • A check for obstructions of the generator exhaust
  • Wench chain and cable inspections
  • Electrical reviews
  • Moisture sensor checks
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Please contact RWB Group today for a consultation on your sewage pump station and we can discuss how we can help your business with our installation and maintenance services. We are ready to provide the advice you need along with annual inspections and weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or quarterly reviews for stations that operate under heavy load. 

For more information about our installation and maintenance services or to get a quote, call us on 0800 488 0658 or you can send us a message here.

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