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Blackhawk now refurbishing piston pumps

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By: HazMat Staff
2014-06-19

Illinois-based Blackhawk Technology Company, an industry leader in piston pumps with above-well drivers, is now offering a comprehensive reconditioning program as the low-cost alternative to pneumatic-drive replacement.

“You can refurbish a unit, not replace it, at a fraction of the expense, and we pay the freight for you both ways,” said Blackhawk’s Mark Bertane. “We return the driver in days, warrantied and factory fresh.”

After it is received, a Blackhawk specialist will disassemble the unit, clean each part by hand, install new seals and conduct a thorough 15-point inspection before packing. Free return shipment is generally three days or less from receipt at the factory, the company says.

Blackhawk top-head pump drivers operate above the wellhead. “Other units must spend their lives underground in toxic liquid,” said Bertane. “When their performance falls, these potentially poisonous pumps aren’t sent home for renewal, they’re replaced. Blackhawk has a better idea that significantly extends pump life and maximizes investment.”

Customers can contact Blackhawk for sales and instruction before shipping, then box the unit securely and send to Blackhawk prepaid. Contact is dparison@blackhawkco.com, 1-800-469-4887.

Damage repair and metal-part replacements are available at additional cost. Blackhawk reconditions its pneumatic drive motors only; no other brands or power sources.      



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