Since 1940 Mechanical Equipment Company has focused on providing solutions for our customers. From the beginning we saw the need to offer repair services to our customers. What began as a small space to simply replace pump parts has evolved into a fully equipped and staffed shop of capable extensive repair work and fabrication of elaborate systems.
With today’s trend of reducing in-plant maintenance personnel, our pump repair shop is ready to partner with our customers as an extension to their maintenance program. Whether it is simply a seal replacement or a complete rebuild, we have the capability to get your pump back into service quickly.
- Vertical In-line
- Horizontal split case pumps
- Vertical turbine pumps
- Rotary for steam, water or oil unions
- Heat exchangers
- Gear pumps
- Chemical metering pumps
- Start up services
- Third-Party Labeling
MECO OFFERS THE FOLLOWING FIRE PUMP SERVICES:
- Fire Pump Flow Tests
- Fire Pump Rebuilds
- Repair of Fire Pumps-on site & in-shop
- Manufacturing and Assembly of Pre-Engineered Fire Pump Packages
Pictured to the right: The before and after of a fire pump base that had rusted out. MECO’s shop employees worked to design and construct a new base for the fire pump and motor combination, which was re-installed at Fort Sumter.
Your equipment is repaired to like-new. We sandblast to apply (2) coats of industrial enamel, or if requested, coat with specified coatings.
FIRE PUMP PACKAGE P-7564
Electric Motor-Driven Horizontal Split Case Fire Pump System (1250 GPM @ 100 PSIG), skid-mounted to include an 8″ flow meter test loop, 8″ manual bypass, jockey pump system all prepiped and wired on an I-beam base.
- Plate Pack Refurbishment
- Plate Pack Exchange
- Hydro/line Testing of Exchangers
In field service, pressure washing of fouled plates (left) and regasketing are all that is necessary to restore a plate heat exchanger to design performance.
- Delivery and Pick Up
Tranter field service crews remove efficiency-robbing scale or fouling from plates under scheduled or emergency maintenance schemes.