The process of vacuum pump repair starts with component registration. Since repair companies deal with many customers and many vacuum pumps, the device has to be registered once received. Pump brand, company name, serial number, model number, and voltage setting are used for registration. This ensures that there clients do not end up taking the wrong machine home after repairs are done. The device is then inspected by professional engineers for malfunction and component failure. Any missing components are recorded and the owner notified before the repairs start. Some of the essential parts inspected include filters, power cords, guards, connections and other fittings. The company will notify the owner if the parts are essential and need to be replaced for the pump to work. A quotation is given at this point.
Once the owner has given a go ahead for the vacuum pump repair to be done, the engineers disassemble every unit to conduct comprehensive inspection. They have all the safety equipment required to ensure that no accidents or injuries are caused. Disassembly is done under an exhaust system hence safety garments such as gloves and glasses are required. The technician will then run a test on the machine without a load to check for any form of noise due to bearing damage.
Once the process of vacuum pump repair is over, the technician runs the machine under a load so as to ensure that it is working properly. Its load capabilities as stated by the manufacturer are tested. Decontamination is done in pressurized washer system where the machine is cleaned of all the contaminants. Fresh greasing is done on the moving parts followed closely by final inspection. By the end of the process, the vacuum cleaner is as good as new. A final quotation is made including a detailed analysis about component failure and all the repairs done. The client approves the quotation, pays and gets their vacuum pump delivered to their door.