Industrial

Do you need a pump to transfer or fill faster? Can we provide a better hot oil pump for your heavy duty heating needs? Let Illinois Pump provide a plant audit with a pump program to reduce your overall pump costs for all of your industrial pump types.

The commercial applications we service include:

  • Transfer
  • Metering
  • Circulation
  • Dewatering
  • Loading/Unloading
  • Chemical Feed
  • Cooling & Heating
These services extend for ALL makes and ALL models of pumps!

Call Illinois Pump at 847-368-PUMP (7867) for your service needs. WE RESPOND with an expertise in Industrial pump applications.

We provide prompt, professional service for every pump application in your plant, facility, or site and warranty the work we provide, even for older obsolete equipment.

How much does pump down time cost your plant? Is there a reasonable, logical solution to improve pump life? We have the answers and pumping solutions to keep your pumps running at their best, minimizing down time and increasing overall pump life.

Along with pumps as our core, we also service motors, controls, and other ancillary equipment. The additional equipment include, but are not limited to valves, as well control panels, control switches, and control devices. For the most modern and energy savings needs we also service and support PLC’s (programmable logic controllers), VFD’s (variable frequency drives), and can interface with remote controls.

We work closely with plant engineers, maintenance staff, plant and facility managers, as well as third-party engineering firms, to provide the most logical solution for your specific industrial pump needs.

We can provide quick answers to many of these customer’s recent industrial pump questions:

Can our dewatering pump be modified to provide more head? Can our dewatering pump run continuously? Is there a hot oil pump that does not require seal cooling? Can our hot oil pumps handle a higher system temperature? When should we change our progressive cavity pump (PC pump) stator? How can we increase the life of our progressive cavity pump (PC pump) stator? What can we do with our transfer pumps to load faster? Do you have any recommendations for a logical preventive maintenance PM program? What grease should we use for our pump bearings? How much energy can we save with a VFD on our water pumps? Can we lower our energy costs with a pump controls upgrade?