Replacement Pumps And Parts
The Availability Of Replacement Pumps And Parts
The use of pumps in South Africa is extremely widespread. In a nation where the availability of water from dams and natural sources is by no means ensured due to both climatic conditions and a lack of storage facilities the maintenance of water pumping operations is extremely important. For this reason it is essential that any company that supplies water pumps and other types of pumps that are used for essential services have a large supply of replacement pumps and parts available at all times.
Sporadic rainfall can affect the growing season for a number of staple crops in South Africa which can have disastrous consequences for both rural and urban populations in the country. The maize crop is especially important to the welfare of many of the citizens of South Africa as it is an extremely important staple food.
Unfortunately the prime areas for growing maize in South Africa are also susceptible to periodic droughts. When drought conditions strike water pumps are employed in order to ensure that at least some of the crop reaches the markets of South Africa and without adequate parts and replacement pumps the operations of these water pumps would not be possible.
Fully submersible water pumps are also used extensively in South Africa, especially in remote areas where homes are not connected to municipal water supplies, there are many regions in South Africa, such as the Karoo and rural KwaZulu-Natal that are relatively isolated and the timeous supply of replacement water pumps for use by rural populations and spare parts to ensure that borehole water continues to flow is of paramount importance to the citizens of South Africa in these isolated areas of the country.
The supply of replacement pumps and spare parts to sewage and water treatment plants across South Africa is essential in order to prevent the spread of disease. In the past, municipalities in certain areas of the country have been guilty of not maintaining the pumps that are required for the proper operation of waste water and treatment plants. The neglect of these vital pieces of equipment has had far reaching consequences for the communities that rely on these pumps.
The neglect has led to outbreaks of cholera and other water borne diseases spreading through communities with disastrous results. Thankfully today central government has stepped in to ensure that replacement pumps and parts are now available to prevent the outbreak of disease and guarantee the supply of fresh potable water to communities across South Africa.