- Kits include piston cup, cylinders, O-rings and cup retainer screws
- SRC75K includes valve plates with leaf valves installed
- How to rebuild your compressor just Click on link below!
Parts for airator compressor.
Very good but very slow delivery time
Have not installed yet
Not installed yet
This was my second rebuild kit. Pump has to be rebuilt every 24 months. For what is in the kit I believe it is too much money.
Notes on 1st Rebuild of our 3/4 hp aerator
My rebuild went well. Most of the rebuild kit is overkill for a pump with only 3.5 years on it. The only thing that was worn was the AT280 piston cups. (It would be great to have the AT280 cup pair available for purchase, as they are relatively cheap compared to the full kit and wear out at a much faster rate than everything else.) To remove my pump from the cabinet I installed a quick disconnect on the airline that goes to the manifold. The trickiest part of the rebuild was getting the piston cylinders over the piston cup, but I was expecting that to be fiddly. No worries. The whole system was down about 3 hours, which included removing and then replacing the pump in the cabinet. It was interesting to note the pistons had no seal left and they still made 7 psi. Tough little bubble maker.
All good. Fish and pond love it