Water Tank Float Switches

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Pumpmaster Aerobic Septic Float Switch
SJE-Rhombus Pumpmaster is the ideal float switch for 1/2 HP, 120V pump when directly connected and power is flowing through the float switch to power the pump with a maximum amp load of 13. The Pumpmaster float switch can also be used on 2 HP pumps that are running 220V as the amp draw is less on 220V motors. What makes the Pumpmaster ideal is i...
SJE-Rhombus Pumpmaster is the ideal float switch for 1/2 HP, 120V pump when directly connected and power is flowing through the float switch to pow...
  20 Reviews
$38.00
Septic Alarm Float Switch
Septic Alarm Float Switch Sje-rhombus P/N 1017956 SJE Rhombus Float Switches monitor the levels of sludge and scum in your septic tank to make sure that both remain at stable levels within your system.   In an ideal situation, you’ll have three distinct layers in your septic tank: the scum layer, which is made of lighter solids, such as grease...
Septic Alarm Float Switch Sje-rhombus P/N 1017956 SJE Rhombus Float Switches monitor the levels of sludge and scum in your septic tank to make sure...
  26 Reviews
$26.00
Aerobic Septic Pump Float Switch
Septic float switch Pump switches provide automatic pump control. Junior Super Single® Mercury-Activated, Wide-Angle Pump Switch Pump switches provide automatic pump control. The Junior Super Single® pump switch is designed to directly control pumps up to 1/2 HP at 120 VAC 10 amps  and 1 HP at 230 VAC in non-potable water, water and sewage app...
Septic float switch Pump switches provide automatic pump control. Junior Super Single® Mercury-Activated, Wide-Angle Pump Switch Pump switches pr...
  17 Reviews
$26.00
Cable Clamp & Hose Clamp
Cable clamp and hose clamp
Cable clamp and hose clamp
  3 Reviews
$9.00
The Amp Pro Mechanical Float Switch is a specially made float that has 14 gage heavy duty electrical wire with a contact switch that is rated for 15 amps. The float is a wide-angle float designed for the contacts to close at 45 degrees. This provides ample range for the contact switch to work, and reduces the chances for turning the pump on and ...
The Amp Pro Mechanical Float Switch is a specially made float that has 14 gage heavy duty electrical wire with a contact switch that is rated for 1...
From $34.00
SJE Rhombus SNO Sensor Float 30'
Overview The SJE Rhombus SNO Sensor Float is the ideal float for septic systems and lift stations that are hooked up to simplex and duplex panels. This particular float has a long lead of 30 feet, so it is ideal for deep lift stations and septic systems with a control panel that is far away from the septic system. The specially designed top ensu...
Overview The SJE Rhombus SNO Sensor Float is the ideal float for septic systems and lift stations that are hooked up to simplex and duplex panels. ...
$45.00

Water Tank Float Switches

Overview

Float switches are an integral part of your septic system they tell your septic pump to turn on and off, they also let you know when there is a problem and the water level is too high. There are a couple of different float switches, and they serve various functions.We will go over that briefly below.

Control duty floats control alarms, and pumps in some cases and are not directly tied to the pump. They are wired directly to the control panel, and then the control panel has a relay that activates anything that needs to be done. The control duty floats or sensor floats have a maximum amp rage rating of five amps and are mercury activated. The basics of the operation are the float come up closing contacts and that in turn hit the relay switch which enables and takes the load of whatever was turned on.

Pump duty or pump floats are wired directly to the pump wires and are designed to take on the amp load of a pump motor running. The electrical charge that powers the pump runs through the float switch. Pump floats have an amp rating of 13-15 amps and have a lock amp rotor rating of 50-96 amps. Pump duty floats should always be changed when a new pump is installed if not you run the risk of ruining your new pump. The old pump on the system would have pulled more amps due to age as they get older they start drawing more amps and eventually that's why they fail. Because of this, they damage the float, so that is why it is necessary to change the float switch at the same time.