Repair pumps and pump power units.
Data from U.S. Department of Labor
What do Pump Servicers do?
Repairs pumps and pump power units, such as centrifugal and plunger-type pumps, and diesel-engine, gasoline-engine, and electric-motor power units, using hoists and handtools: Diagnoses trouble in pumps. Dismantles pumps and repairs or replaces defective parts, using handtools. Reseats and grinds valves. Tests performances of repaired pumps. May wire motor to switchboard and install fuse box. May be designated according to type of pump repaired as Water-Pump Servicer.
Should I be a Pump Servicer?
You should have
degree or higher and share these traits:
You can always be counted on to do a good job.
You take a step-by-step approach to analyze information and solve problems.
You are known for your personal integrity and honesty.
Also known as:
Pin Pusher, Pump-and-Tank Servicer, Pump Installation and Servicer, Water-Pump Servicer
How to become a Pump Servicer
Most Pump Servicers have an Associate's degree or a Certificate.
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