Are you having problems with your Banjo Poly pump? Is it time to clean out the inside of your pump and check the seals? Here are a few videos on how to service your Banjo pump the most efficient way. As always if you have any questions on how to service your Banjo pump don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email, we will be more the happy to walk you through the process.
Tools you will need to disassemble your 1-1/2″, 2″, or 3″ Banjo pump for maintenance and repair…
- 3/8″ wrench/socket or a regular screw driver to remove the body screws
- Phillips screw driver to remove the volute screws
- 1/2″ wrench/socket to remove the impeller bolt
- 7/16″- 14 x 1-1/4″ bolt to remove the impeller from the shaft (supplied in Banjo Pump repair kits)
- 1/2″ wrench/socket to remove the rear bracket screws
For Electric motor applications in addition to the tools above you will need…
- 9/16″ wrench/socket to remove the 56C face adapter plate bolts
After the pump is disassembled, make sure to clean all reusable parts. Be careful with the seal as they are ceramic and can break easily. If you need to replace any parts, please reference our Banjo Catalog. To prevent a damaged pump, make sure you filter the material before entering the pump. Also, avoid running the pump dry as this will decrease the life of the seal.
Be sure to Contact Us with any other pump servicing questions!
Feeling overwhelmed looking at all the valve options, not sure exactly what one will work best for you? Watch this video as it walks you through some of the manual valve options available to you. Still have questions or second guessing on what is best for your application, feel free to give us a call and we can help you determine what valve will be the best fit for you and your application.
Are you in need of an electric valve but don’t have a lot of space to work with? The LEV valve might be the one for you. This video explains the different options available in this micro electric valve series. If you have any questions on the micro electric valves please don’t hesitate to give us a call and we would be happy to help.