The Best Solution – Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

The Best Solution - Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

Vacuum pumps are unsung heroes in the world of fluid transfer. They are like your internal organs. They work continuously with plodding reliability outside our conscious control even as we are unaware of their toil. But, unlike our organs, they are not self-repairing. When parts wear out, the pump stops working.

The Best Solution - Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

The best and easiest thing to do would be to buy a new pump when the old one breaks down. While easy and convenient, buying a new pump is the most expensive solution. Since we all want to optimize our resources, we would prefer a less expensive option than replacement. The next step down would be to purchase new parts. By replacing worn out parts with new replacement parts, you can rejuvenate your pump, making it almost as good as new and back to work moving fluid quickly.

The Best Solution - Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

However, purchasing new parts is still not the most economical way to get your vital equipment back into operation. A better solution is to use used parts. This solution might seem counter-intuitive. Why replace worn out parts with more worn out parts? The answer is that the used parts have been rebuilt. You might be leery of using used parts-won’t they wear out and maybe even cause more damage to the pump? The answer is that, when a part is rebuilt, the worn components are removed and replaced, so that the rebuilt part consists of unworn and new components. The rebuilt part is then as good as new. Installed in the out-of-commission pump, these rebuilt parts put it back into service in almost-new condition.

The Best Solution - Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

There’s a second side to the use of rebuilt parts. Consider the effect on the environment of new replacement parts versus rebuilt replacement parts. If a worn out part is taken from a pump and replaced with a new part, what happens to the old part? It is thrown away. It finds itself in the landfill. This puts perfectly good materials into a mountain where it will remain out of use until some time in the future when landfills are mined. This will be many years from now. The landfill is ecological problem number one.

The Best Solution - Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

Ecological problem number two is the energy needed to obtain and process new materials into a new replacement part. Metal must be mined, smelted, and formed. Plastic is made from petroleum products which must be pumped, refined, and manufactured. And all of this work requires energy and creates pollution. Whether global warming is a reality or the figment of the scare-mongers’ imagination, we need to be concerned with the trash we are leaving behind us. The energy needed to manufacture new parts from scratch is so much greater than the energy needed to manufacture just the components that have gone bad.

The Best Solution - Rebuilt Vacuum Parts

So the intelligent conclusion is that the best solution for getting your vital pumps back into operation at the lowest cost, in terms of purchase price and environmental impact, it to replace worn out pump parts with high-quality rebuilt parts rather than new parts.

Chuck R. Stewart recently purchased a vacuum pump online for a very old machine he was trying to fix. He had great luck with the vacuum pump repair kit he had previously purchased.

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