Emergency Pump Breakdown Services
T-T are on hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
When unexpected pumping station, pump, valve, control panel or other fluid management equipment failures occur, our service department has the internal resources for any pump on-site repair and reactive maintenance needed - on commercial, domestic or industrial sites. Whether it is an unexpected breakdown, a broken pump, or a faulty pumping station, our service teams will be on hand to help with any maintenance and emergency repairs you require.
We understand the issues that can be caused by a broken pump, whether that be a commercial or domestic property. Our skilled team have the knowledge and resources readily available to get to your site, access the situation and make any repairs required to get your site up and running as soon as possible.
FOR EMERGENCY PUMP REPAIR CALL: 01630 647200
When calling, please have to hand:
- The postcode of your site
- Your service agreement/pump maintenance package (SA) number if applicable
- A brief description of the fault
- Available access to the site and equipment
Save yourself from costly breakdowns with a Pump Maintenance Package, available with 24/7 pump monitoring* for your peace of mind. Don't have a pump maintenance package with us? Don't worry, we can still attend your breakdown - however, package holders will be made a priority.
*Available with Level 2 and 3 packages.
Emergency Breakdown FAQs
During both the working week and out-of-hours emergency breakdowns, telephone +44 (0)1630 647200 and we will put you in touch with our emergency teams. If you hold a Pump Maintenance Package with T-T please have your Service Agreement (SA) number to hand, along with the postcode for the site, a brief description of the fault and access availability.
Regular servicing, monitoring and proactive maintenance.
T-T's Seer Monitoring includes advanced units with the ability to monitor and log operating data from your pumping station or other equipment. With this information a pattern of your station's regular operating parameters can be identified, meaning any deviations that may indicate a potential issue can be identified. This enables our engineers to carry out preventative maintenance rather than full breakdown repairs, saving you time and money. See our pump monitoring units for more information.
Pump breakdown can occur due to a number of reasons, both mechanical and electrical - the below is not an exhaustive list of risks but a guide to what can cause a pump to fail:
- General wear and tear - pumping fluid/medium will cause damage to pump components over time, especially if those fluids are corrosive or contain suspended solids. Moving parts will also wear with time and need replacing before they lead to pump failure.
- Blockage - foreign objects, debris and inappropriate materials entering a system (e.g. sanitary products flushed down the toilet) can cause blockages if the pump was not designed to handle such solids, this can lead to leaks and an overworked motor.
- Loss of power/motor failure - incorrect installation, insufficient lubrication and blockages can cause a pump's motor to overheat and fail.
Regularly scheduled pump service visits will ensure all components of your pumping station are in optimal condition for effective, reliable and cost-efficient operating.