Effluent Septic Tank Pumps
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Sprinkler systems are a popular way to eject treated wastewater from aerobic septic systems. Effluent pumps are required in order to push the treated wastewater through the sprinklers.
All of the effluent pumps that we offer are submersible. That means that those pumps can me lowered directly into the water they are intended to pump.
Wholesale Septic Supply offers effluent pumps than span a large range of specifications. Whether you need a high head effluent pump or prefer a high flow rate, Wholesale Septic Supply has an effluent pump for you.
We have pumps that are manual, with a wide-angle float, or with a vertical float switch. Manual pumps will simply activate when they are plugged into a power source. There are no switches on manual pump that prevent it from activating. These are great when the pump is not used often and is easily accessible.
It may become tiresome or inconvenient to manually activate a pump every time it is needed. Wide-angle float switches and vertical float switches allow the pump to monitor the fluid level and activate the pump without a person continuously monitoring the system. These float switches float in the fluid surrounding the pump. A switch inside the float switch will close when the fluid level is high and will activate the pump. When the fluid level drops, the float switch will deactivate the pump.
Wide angle float switches have a larger range of motion than vertical float switches. They are often tethered to the pump and left to float around the pump. Wide angle float switches often have a piggy back plug. That plug allows the pump to be easily connected to the float switch and plugged into a socket.
Vertical float switches are usually built into the pump and are not removeable. This style of float switch only moves up and down. The limited range of motion of the float switch makes it useful when the space around the pump is limited.