Submersible Sewage Pump
Stainless steel shaft as standard
Leak-proof by double mechanical seal and oil seal
Motor protection by T.P.
Excellent sludge transfer by non clog type
Safety design with built in OLP (overload protector)
Various materials are available
Drainage for waste water at
factories and waste water treatment plant
Delivery of sewage at sewage
treatment plant, human waste treatment
Drainage for buildings
Treatment utility drainage
Casing: Gray Cast Iron
Impeller: Gray Cast Iron
Shaft: Stainless Steel
A sewage pump is used to
transfer sewage liquids and
solids from one place to another.
Usually, in residential applications,
sewage includes soft solids up to 2″
in diameter is pumped from a sewage
basin to a sewer system or a septic tank.
A sewage pump is installed at the
lowest point of the sewage basin.
A sewage pump —
also known as an ejector pump —
has a tank or basin that collects
sewage from your home. When the
waste reaches a certain level, the
pump turns on and pushes it uphill
to your home's main sewer line.
Then gravity takes over, and the
sewage flows to the city line on
the street or a septic tank.
Some sewage pumps include
a backup battery, grinding mechanism,
control panel, level control device,
thermal overload protection, or suction.
Other wastewater pumps are close
coupled, explosion-proof, corrosion
resistant, self-priming, or portable.