Circulator Pumps

Curculator pump repairs, servicing & maintenance

For circulator pump repairs and maintenance across Sussex and Hampshire, call Active Pump Services

Circulator Pump Installation

 

What is a circulator pump used for?

A circulator pump is used in a closed circuit to pump liquid around the system. An example of this would be central heating or domestic hot water, where the hot water is pumped through a network of pipes and back to the water heater in a circuit.

Circulator pumps are used for both heating and cooling systems and are typically powered by electricity. Circulator pumps can be used for gases, liquids or slurry, meaning they have a wide range of uses.

How can I get a circulator pump installed?

Here at Active Pump Services we have many years’ experience in installing all types of circulator pumps. Our team of experienced technicians will be happy to visit your site, whether commercial or domestic, either to install your chosen circulator pump or to discuss your options with you if your mind is not yet made up.

Circulator Pump Repairs & Maintenance

As with all pumps, maintenance is very important. Regular maintenance checks can help to ensure you don’t need major repair work later as we can catch minor issues before they become large concerns.

We can schedule regular maintenance visits to your property to help ensure your circulator pump is working well.

Can you fix a circulator pump?

If your circulator pump has broken down or is not working efficiently we will be happy to visit and to repair your pump quickly and efficiently.

Contact

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Unit G17/18,
Rudford Industrial Estate,
Ford Arundel, West Sussex,
BN18 0BD

Why choose us

  • Covering everything from sales to servicing
  • Free site surveys
  • Domestic and commercial
  • Quick, efficient and reliable
  • CCTV inspection and drain clearing specialists
  • Rapid response in your area
  • Supplying top quality equipment from trusted manufacturers
Call today on 01903 734030
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