Pump Maintenance Checklist

Use the Pump Maintenance Checklist to ensure smooth operations and maintenance of pumps, through lubrication, performance checks, safety standards, etc.​

Pump Maintenance Checklist



Maintenance Description

1. Are the engine fluid levels checked? (see engine manufacturer maintenance schedule for additional requirements)


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2. Are the hydraulic tank fluid levels checked?


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3. Are the fluid levels in the flush box checked?


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4. Is the condition of hydraulic oil for water or other contamination checked?


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5. Is the water tank drained?


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6. Is the hydraulic filter indicator checked?


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7. During and after pumping, are the lubrication points lubricated?


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8. Are the units inspected for fluid leaks, loose hoses, loose nuts, bolts, fasteners, etc?


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9. Are the following checked for trailer towing safety inspection: a) if the brakes are functional? b) if the air pressure in the tires is adequate, and if the tires have been verified? c) if all "lug nuts" are secure and in place? d) if the tow hitch is secure and in good condition?


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Initial 50 Hour Maintenance Check

1. Are the filters and engine oils changed? (see engine manufacturer maintenance schedule for additional requirements)


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2. Are the hydraulic oil filters changed?


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3. Are hydraulic hoses and fittings inspected for any signs of external wear or damage?


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Every 100 Hour Maintenance Check

1. Is the hydraulic tank breather clean?


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2. Are all structural components inspected for any signs of damage, including the frame, hopper, axle, hood, towing hook, and other structural members?


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3. Is “S-Tube Nut” or “Castle Nut” Adjusted?


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4. Is the flush box oil changed and examined for excessive amounts of contamination, as excessive contamination might indicate the need to change the piston cups?


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5. Are the coolers and radiators cleaned and checked for dirt or debris?


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6. Is the condition of the engine drive belts checked and changed if necessary?


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Every 250 Hour Maintenance Check

1. Are the hydraulic filters changed more frequently if indicated by the indicator?


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2. Is the S-Tube verified and are wear parts, and seals in the hopper secured and adjusted? Also, is the wear ring rotated and the seal replaced if necessary?


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3. Are the following swing cylinder components inspected to ensure they are secure, tight, and not excessively worn: • Cylinders • Bell crank • Pins • Bushings • Bearings • Grease fittings


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4. Is the piston cup wear examined as indicated by the analysis of contaminants found in the flush box oil?


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5. Are all electrical wires, cables, terminals, and plugs in good condition?


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6. Are filters and engine oil changed?


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7. Is the condition of fuel hoses, fittings, and clamps checked?


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8. Are all safety decals inspected to ensure they are visible and legible?


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9. Is a complete control inspection performed?


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10. Are all toggles in good condition, staying in position, or momentarily returning to the center as required?


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11. Is the control identification in good condition and legible?


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12. Are all the gauges in good condition?


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13. Are the remote controls and control console in good condition?


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14. Is the switch in good condition?


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15. Is the cord in good condition, without any cuts, and securely mounted to the box?


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16. To ensure the trailer frame's integrity, are the welds visually checked and examined for cracks?


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17. Is the torsion axle securely in place?


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18. Are the wheels and tires properly secured with tight lug nuts, and have the tire inflation been examined?


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19. Are the electric brakes operational, and is the breakaway switch connected?


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20. Does the front jack stand handle turn smoothly?


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21. Do the manual jacks slide freely, and are the lock pins securely in place?


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22. Is the lighting in good condition and operational?


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Every 500 Hour Maintenance Check

1. Are hydraulic hoses and fittings inspected for any signs of external wear or damage?


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2. Are all worn parts inspected and changed as necessary as excessive wear may lead to inefficient operation performance or shutdown?


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3. Is the hydraulic fluid changed, the reservoir and the suction strainers cleaned, and all hydraulic oil filters replaced?


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4. Is a complete inspection of the engine done?


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5. Are the mountings, bolts, and brackets inspected?


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6. Is the oil and coolant at a proper level, and are there leaks?


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7. Are the fuel system, tank mounting, and filter inspected for leaks and damaged lines?


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8. Is the battery hold-down checked, and is the tightness of the cables ensured?


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9. Is the key switch functional, and do all the indicator lights operate as intended?


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10. Is the throttle control functional?


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11. Are the air cleaner and muffler securely mounted in place?


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12. Is the pump cell checked for any structural damage, including examining for cracked welds?


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13. Are the hydraulic drive cylinders in good condition, securely placed, and checked for leaks?


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14. Are the material cylinders secure, and the tie rods tight?


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15. Is the water box structurally sound and clean, and is the cover securely in place?


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16. Is the S-Tube shift mechanism structurally sound, and are all the pins and retainers securely in place?


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17. Are the hydraulic shift cylinders in good condition?


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18. Are the bearing housing, seals, and other related components in good condition?


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19. Are the hydraulic hoses secure and free from leaks?


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20. Is the hopper checked for structural damage, and cracked welds?


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21. Is the S-Tube securely in place and in good condition?


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22. Are the wear plates, wear rings, and seals in good condition?


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23. Is the connection of the S-Tube to the outlet, seals, and bearing checked?


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24. Is the hopper drain functional?


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