Pump Mechanic Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Pump Mechanic in United States

The average salary of a(n) Pump Mechanic in United States is $45,970.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Pump Mechanic in United States is $22.10.

The average bonus of a(n) Pump Mechanic in United States is $740.00.

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Repairs pumps of paper making machinery: examines pumps for malfunctioning and to locate damage or wear, such as blowout packing, misalignment of pump shaft, slippage of drive belt, worn bearings, or need for lubrication. Observes operation of pumps and feels for heat and vibration of parts to detect cause of malfunctioning. Dismantles pumps and performs repairs, such as cleaning impellers, repacking stuffing boxes, tightening glands, and replacing bearings, using handtools. Less

Repairs pumps of paper making machinery: examines pumps for malfunctioning and to locate damage or wear, such as blowout packing, misalignment of pump shaft, slippage of drive belt, worn bearings, or need for lubrication. Observes operation of pumps and feels... More

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