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Changes in Temperature On Your Small Submersible Pump

The overheating of a Small Submersible Pump indicates the presence of an underlying problem. A defective motor may be responsible for this problem.

However, the overheating may result from another underlying condition which causes other issues alongside raising a pump’s temperature. The fluctuations in pump’s temperature may even result from

Incorrect installation
Foreign material deposition outside the motor
High/low voltages
Rise in temperature of ambient water

A submersible pump may stop functioning if any of the aforementioned issues are not quickly resolved. The water or any other cooler fluid will start boiling due to overheating and will generate steam. The steam will put pressure on the insulation causing ruptures or breakdown. You can prevent overheating by using quality materials that last for years and provide reliable service. It is equally important to ensure that each component fits properly.