Pest Control Pump - Don't Skip the Service

Posted by Andrew Greess on Aug 18, 2013

It is much cheaper to service your pest control pump than to wait for it to fail.  Just updated our website, to show you what happens when you don't service your pest control roller pump.

Roller pumps are commonly used as  pest control spray equipment because they provide high volume at reasonable pressure at moderate cost.

Roller pumps have seals that will eventually wear out.  When the seal wears out, the pump will drip out of weep holes on the bottom of the pump.  This weeping is an indication the pest control pump requires servicing, which usually involves replacing seals and bearings.  If the service is not performed and the pump continues to be used, the pump will destroy itself and require replacement.

It is cheaper to fix your pest control equipment problem than it is to ignore it.