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Hydrostatic tests are typically conducted after equipment repairs or shutdowns to ensure that systems operate properly before returning to service. Common examples include sprinkler systems, fire hoses, cooling systems, and others.
A hydrostatic pressure test is only as good as the pump used to conduct it, however. Pumptec’s hydrostatic testing pumps are highly durable and able to maintain consistent pressure to ensure the tests deliver accurate and reliable results. Just as importantly, they deliver a high flow rate to fill systems quickly.
Hydrostatic testing requires consistent pressure, making Pumptec’s electric plunger pumps an ideal solution. Unlike diaphragm pumps that have flexible components, a plunger pump’s pressure will not ebb and flow.
Made of aircraft-grade aluminum and stainless steel, Pumptec pumps will provide years of reliable service. They deliver up to 2.2GPM and operate at up to 1,200PSI.