Eaton Vickers Vane Pump Replacement Parts
For reliable, affordable Eaton Vickers vane pump replacement parts that will provide consistent performance without breaking your budget, turn to Gorilla Spares. We work with some of the best manufacturers in the industry, and we’re proud to offer their products. These aren’t the biggest manufacturing names, but they’re just as committed to quality and customer satisfaction.
Because they’re smaller companies, their prices are smaller as well. You simply can’t lose – your parts will be of the highest quality, and you’ll pay a fraction of what you’d pay for OEM components.
Information on Gorilla Spares
We may have a funny name, but we’re extremely serious when it comes to offering parts that will come through when you need them the most. The last thing you need is downtime, and we’ll make sure that doesn’t happen. We offer same-day shipping in most cases.
Gorilla Spares isn’t a manufacturer. We also don’t have any kinds of distribution agreements, and we’re not beholden to anyone. What we do is connect smaller manufacturers with customers. These manufacturers count on us, because they don’t have their own e-commerce sales platforms – and we count on them, because we know they share our values of customer service and excellence.
Whenever a company wants to sell on our site, they need to qualify to become one of our vendor partners. We go to great lengths when it comes to vetting potential vendor partners. We make sure they have documentation and test results that attest to the reliability of their products. Our team members also interview key executives and perform company audits. Once we’re satisfied, we bring them aboard – and our customers reap the benefits.
Signs You May Need to Replace Your Vane Pump
Even the best vane pumps – such as the ones you’ll find on our site – can wear out as the years go by. If you notice any of the following, get in touch with us so we can send you a replacement.
- Oil contamination – Changing your oil on a consistent basis can help your pump avoid fragments and debris that can lead to part failure. If you accidentally leave contaminated or dried oil in your pump, there’s a good chance you’ll need to get a new one.
- Increased downtime – Are your machines sitting idle far too often? Check their vane pumps to see if they may be contributing to the issue. You may be able to repair your pump, but you’ll probably be better off in the long run buying a new one.
- Vane wear – If you see that the vanes are a great deal smaller than they were when you first installed the pump, you’ll need to switch them out. If your pump is already 5-10 years old, consider a replacement.
- Cavitation damage – This occurs when bubbles form in your hydraulic fluid and burst, generating dangerously high temperatures in the process. Temperatures can get so high, in fact, that the metal components of the pump could start to melt. If you notice worn shaft seals or low oil levels, you may have cavitation – and you should seriously consider a replacement.
Gorilla Spares professionals are ready to help whenever you need Eaton Vickers vane pump replacement parts or anything else we carry. Contact us online or call (239) 888-0476 for more information.