Onsite Service & Repair
PumpMan Phoenix is the clear choice for the multi-faceted repair of all your electro-mechanical pump components.
Our field service team consists of licensed electrical contractors, including confined-space certified technicians and crane truck certified operators to remove and reinstall your new or repaired Equipment
- Motor Winding
- Pump Repair
- Variable Frequency Drives
- Laser Alignments
- Vibration Analysis
- Machining & Fabrication
- Balancing of Rotating Equipment
We are a leading provider of on-site maintenance, repair, and replacement for all components in water and wastewater pumping systems found in commercial, industrial, municipal, and multi-family residential applications.
PumpMan provides services for repair, service, sales, and support for these and many more:
We partner with Property Owners, Managers, Sub-Contractors, and Engineering consultants to optimize the energy efficiency, water consumption and overall performance of their water and wastewater delivery systems.
- Condition Monitoring
- Water Wells
- Rotating Equipment
- Planned Maintenance
- Emergency Repair
Municipal, Commercial, Industrial, Private Water Utility
Our team of experts has extensive experience in handling a wide range of pump systems, ensuring that we can meet the unique needs of our diverse clientele. Whether you require routine maintenance, emergency repairs, or a complete system design, we have the knowledge and expertise to deliver exceptional results.
Golf Course & HOA Water Systems
PumpMan has a vast knowledge of irrigation pump stations and water features and can provide service, repair, and maintenance for all your pumping needs.
- PumpMan provides design, sales, start up and planned maintenance for your system.
- Provide you with solutions and support for all golf course pumping systems.
- Service and Sales of pumps, motors, and controls.
- Design of new or upgraded pump systems.
The Benefits of Planned Maintenance
Pumps and motors in the water and wastewater system are often out of sight and therefore out of mind. Planned maintenance ensures that pump system components are in good working order and free of obstructions which can cause unexpected downtime or performance shortfalls. By establishing a performance baseline and tracking performance over time we pinpoint system issues. Through regular inspection and maintenance programs, small problems can be identified and corrected before they turn into big failures, wasting water, energy, system inefficiency and costly repairs.