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Data Sheets provide details on each individual pump and include specifications, features and benefits, horsepower selection chart, parts list, exploded view, dimensional drawing and cutaway view.

Service Manuals

Service Manuals are designed to offer assistance when periodic maintenance is necessary. This is a "must read and retain" document that will assure optimum performance for KSSR. Each manual includes a step-by-step disassembly and re-assembly of the pump with additional information on:

  • Tools used for manifold removal and seal and valve servicing
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Inlet Condition Check-List
  • Typical Reservoir Tank Diagram
  • Torque Chart and Tool Sizing
  • Fittings, Pipe & Hose Friction Lost Charts
  • Handy formulas for determining RPM, GPM and horsepower
  • Cavitation Troubleshooting

Technical Bulletins

Technical Bulletins include detailed descriptions of important product changes and improvements.

The best safeguards against unplanned shut-down or system failure are good preventative maintenance practices and proper pump diagnosis. Visit our preventative maintenance section to learn more about establishing a custom maintenance schedule and proper pump diagnosis.

Preventative Maintenance

The best safeguards against unplanned shut-down or system failure are good preventative maintenance practices and proper pump diagnosis. KSSRs triplex pump design offers easy on-site maintenance without the use of special tools, making a routine maintenance achievable without difficulty. Each pump has a Data Sheet, Service Manual and Diagnosis Chart to simplify the periodic servicing required. Every installation differs from one another, so a unique maintenance schedule may be required. Below you will find more information about adopting a proper maintenance schedule as well as how to diagnose any pump issues.

Custom Maintenance Schedule

The table above shows the recommended preventative maintenance schedule, however it is only to be used as a guide. The life of your pump and wear parts will vary by application depending on duty-cycle, pumped liquid, temperature, inlet conditions, location of installation and system accessories. It is important to monitor your system carefully and at the first sign of low pressure, examine your pumping system. Low pressure may be caused by system components other than the pump such as:

  • Clogged filter
  • Leaks from fittings or connections
  • Cracked or kinked hoses
  • Worn o-rings in safety regulators, check valves or relief valves
  • Loose or worn belts
  • Worn nozzles


Answers to many frequently asked questions concerning your pump, accessories, system design, installation, operation and maintenance can be found by selecting a cetegory above. You also have the option to type in keywords to your question in the "Search FAQ's" bar located next to the categories. If you still cannot find what your looking for, contact our technical support team or fill out the form below.