The most overlooked pump in a home may be the most important: the sump pump. Many homes, especially homes located in a flood plain, have a sump pump in the basement which protects the home when the water table rises. The sump pump removes the unwanted water away from the home to a place where it is no longer problematic.
Sewage pumps can pump large solids up to 2” in diameter. They are commonly installed if a toilet or laundry is located lower in elevation than the septic or sewer system.
Effluent pumps are capable of pumping small solids up to ¾” diameter at high pressures. These pumps are found in many septic tanks to pump the effluent liquid to the drain field.
Contact Southern Drip Irrigation to find out about our full selection of Sewage, Sump and Effluent pumps for your home.