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Home  >  Water Management  >   Maintaining Irrigation Pumps, Motors, and Engines (Summary)

Maintaining Irrigation Pumps, Motors, and Engines


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By Mike Morris and Vicki Lynne

Published 2006

Updated 2006

© NCAT

IP299

16 pages


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Introduction

This publication explains how to maintain irrigation pumps, motors, and engines for peak efficiency. The publication includes descriptions and diagrams of recommended installations, checklists for maintenance tasks, and a troubleshooting guide. Each system component is treated separately and maintenance tasks are broken down by how frequently they need to be done.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Recommended Installations
           Centrifugal Pumps
           Turbine Pumps
           Control Panel
Pumping Plant Maintenance
           Electric Motors
           Control Panel
           Engines
           Centrifugal Pumps
           Turbine Pumps
Troubleshooting
References
Further Resources

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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