Aftermarket Pump Solutions

Celeros Flow Technology are able to claim a 140-year history in pump design and manufacture through their world-renowned brands, known today as ClydeUnion Pumps and Plenty Pumps. Our engineering expertise was honed in shipbuilding, before progressing into synergistic applications in the burgeoning oil & gas sector and beyond.

We are committed to supporting your pumps throughout their operational lifetime – which can be in excess of 60 years. This means we not only provide customer aftersales services for our current ClydeUnion and Plenty pumps, but can also act as your lifecycle partner for our many heritage brands: Allen Gwynnes, David Brown, Girdlestone, Harland, Mather & Platt, Plenty Mirrlees Pumps, Pompes Guinard, S&N Pump, Union Pump, WH Allen, and Weir Pumps, as well as third party pumps.

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1. OEM Supplier of Choice

System longevity and ensuring maximum return on investment are key priorities for all Celeros Flow Technology’s customers. With this in mind, we strive to supply and maintain pumps that are capable of setting new benchmarks in terms of uptime, as well as specification compliance.

We appreciate that specifying and installing flow control equipment is just the start of the journey. Even the best pump needs regular maintenance to make certain it continues to achieve required performance specifications. General wear and tear, as well as other factors like changing operating conditions, can lead to pumps delivering less than peak efficiency over time.

Our highly adept engineering staff are ready to attend to all your operational needs. Their activities cover servicing and maintenance, parts repair and replacement, the upgrading of pumps to address new process requirements, holistic system optimization, etc. They are also able to identify and resolve potential problems at the earliest possible stage.

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2. OEM Parts

Thanks to centuries of engineering heritage across our pump product lines, our long-established brands offer OEM part supply capabilities that have both exceptional scope and effectiveness. This continuity of supply is paramount in critical applications - where parts availability, along with guarantees that the same material specifications and original performance parameters can be adhered to, are essential for long-term compliance.

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3. Service Agreements

Customers taking advantage of our comprehensive and flexible service agreements know we are ready to respond directly to any difficulty that may arise: dealing with it quickly and effectively, in order to significantly reduce disruption and avoid unwanted cost penalties. There are a multitude of different service agreement options on offer to our customer base.

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4. Analytics & Tech Support

Due to our extensive experience, our aftermarket team can offer guidance on when it is best to upgrade or replace pump component parts. This means that high efficiency levels and safe operation can always be depended upon, even if conditions change over time. To assist us in this work, we have invested in a variety of sophisticated analysis methods and advanced software tools. These are relevant from both a trouble-shooting and a predictive maintenance standpoint. Consequently, our customers can have full confidence that their deployed pumping equipment will continue to function as expected.

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5. Engineered Replacement Parts

Celeros Engineered Replacement Parts - Solving customers problems with an alternate solution for difficult to source, obsolete, or enhanced components for their equipment.

Utilising the Celeros Re-Engineering process provides an opportunity to supply replacement components / sub-assemblies, with improved performance, through upgrades and re-rates, with quality assurance, and quick deliveries, to ensure minimum down time and best return on investment for Customer's assets.

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Improve Your Existing Equipment

Improvement Solutions
Raising Pump Efficiency Levels

Raising Pump Efficiency Levels

The largest contributor to the cost of running a pump is the energy that it consumes. So, any factor that has the potential to lower the pump’s operational efficiency will push running costs upward.

There are numerous different reasons why pumps may run less efficiently than they should, which can significantly increase the associated energy costs. Here are some examples that you should be aware of:

  1. A change in process parameters or operational conditions (such as heightened throughput or increased exposure to vibrational forces).
  2. Alternations in the ambient surroundings in which the pump operates (subjecting the pump to higher temperatures, increased humidity levels, etc.).
  3. General wear over time. This can be influenced by the duty cycle of the pump, presence of contaminants in the fluid and numerous other variables.
  4. A change to the properties of the fluid being pumped (such as increased viscosity).

Celeros Flow Technology has access to sophisticated analysis tools, which make it possible to accurately estimate the effectiveness of prospective improvements. This allows different upgrade scenarios to be investigated prior to investment. These analysis tools can not only be applied to our own equipment, but third party equipment too. Such an evaluation can lead to marked efficiency improvements – helping to reduce day-to-day running costs and extending operational lifespan. The return on investment here is very short - in many cases just taking a few months to pay for itself.

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Improvement Solutions
Material Upgrades to Prolong Pump Usage

Material Upgrades to Prolong Pump Usage

Universally recognized as one of the world’s foremost pump manufacturers, Celeros Flow Technology are responsible for many thousands of units deployed globally, across hundreds of different applications. As a result, we are uniquely positioned to advisese on potential metallurgy upgrades, with the objective of ensuring that the operational longevity of the equipment involved is maximized.

Case study example:

Excessive erosion on a KSMK pump in an oil extraction plant was having a negative impact on Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF). The pump had been in operation for less than 4 years but was demonstrating signs of excessive wear. ClydeUnion Pumps proposed a triple solution to upgrade the existing BB2 pump, including the application of advanced tungsten carbide coatings to mitigate erosion. Compared to expensive equipment replacement, our solution delivered cost savings for the customer, and the increase in reliability means that maintenance costs and downtime have also reduced.

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Improvement Solutions
Rapid Parts Supply to Minimize Downtime

Rapid Parts Supply to Minimize Downtime

Celeros Flow Technology’s pump brands are able to respond to parts enquiries promptly. We leverage a combination of OEM facilities and our network of service centers, plus global supply chain resources, to ensure our customers’ needs are met. Not only can genuine replacement parts be sourced quickly, but proprietary features have also been integrated which allow these parts to be installed in an extremely short period of time, and without the need for specialist torquing equipment.

Improvement Solutions
Hydraulic Re-Design to Address Process Changes

Hydraulic Re-Design to Address Process Changes

Essential to any pump’s operation is its hydraulic performance. This is measured in flow, pressure and power consumed. Celeros Flow Technology’s unrivalled technical expertise means that we are able to re-design any installed unit in order to optimize its operational requirements. In the majority of cases, this can be done by finding an alternative hydraulic setup that already exists (taken from the extensive portfolio of legacy designs we have available). We can also supply fully optimized clean sheet designs, using the latest software tools, if required.

Case study example:

Our US oil & gas customer required a hydraulic re-rate of a third-party multi-stage pump to new hydraulic conditions whilst maximizing efficiency. We identified that the most cost-effective means was to trim the impellers to match the desired flow and restore running clearances back to API 610 standards. The hydraulic re-rate achieved a 20% reduction in operating costs, a 30% reduction in energy consumption and an ROI in little more than 12 months.

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Pump Service Solutions

Service Centers
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Industry Leading Field Service

  • Site Service
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Commissioning & Installation
  • Noise & Vibration Analysis
  • Site Product Training
Inventory Management

Master Service Agreements (MSA)

  • Parts Stocking Agreements
  • Asset Monitoring
  • Pro Active Service Repair Scheduling
  • Inventory Management
  • Multi Year Call Off Technical Support Agreements
Upgrades and Re rates

Engineered Pump Solutions, Upgrades & Re-rates

  • Performance Upgrades
  • Hydraulic re-rating
  • Mechanical upgrading
  • Material enhancements
  • Performance Testing
Rapid Response Parts

Pumps RE Engineered Parts Solutions

  • Obsolete Pump & Parts Solutions
  • Rapid Reverse Engineered Parts
  • Orphaned Pumps & Part Solutions
  • OEM Quality Replication
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Pumps Repair Maintenance & Overhaul

  • Condition Monitoring
  • On-site and off-site repairs
  • Global Service Centre Network

Training Materials

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