Franklin Electric

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Franklin Electric E-Series  1/2 HP, 20 GPM Septic Effluent Pump
Franklin Electric E-Series Overview:  Ideal for effluent pumping applications. Stainless steel or thermoplastic discharge and motor bracket are tough and non-corrosive. Both materials are highly resistant to damage by minerals, metals, and other substances typically found in water. Heavy duty, 115V, 1/2 hp,10 ft SJOOW motor leads. Ceramic bearin...
Franklin Electric E-Series Overview:  Ideal for effluent pumping applications. Stainless steel or thermoplastic discharge and motor bracket are tou...
  40 Reviews
$360.00
Franklin Electric E-Series  1/2 HP, 20 GPM Septic Effluent Pump with Float
Franklin Electric E-Series with Float Please Note: The float switch and pump are not already wired together. The customer will need to connect the two items. Overview:  Ideal for effluent pumping applications. Stainless steel or thermoplastic discharge and motor bracket are tough and non-corrosive. Both materials are highly resistant to damage b...
Franklin Electric E-Series with Float Please Note: The float switch and pump are not already wired together. The customer will need to connect the ...
  20 Reviews
$390.00
Franklin Electric Septic Pump
Franklin Electric C1 Submersible Septic Effluent Pump, Stainless Steel, 20 GPM Overview Designed for use as a gray water/septic effluent pump in drip and sprinkler service applications, the C1 Series cistern pump provides high performance and long life in less than clean water conditions. The C1 Series pump is able to pass solids up to 1/8-inch ...
Franklin Electric C1 Submersible Septic Effluent Pump, Stainless Steel, 20 GPM Overview Designed for use as a gray water/septic effluent pump in dr...
  14 Reviews
$345.00
Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump
Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump, 1/2hp, 160ft. Max Overview When in the market for a High Head Effluent Pump, Little Giant is one of the most reliable companies. Their products are known for durability and years of service. The Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump upholds the company’s high standards. 1 1/4" discha...
Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump, 1/2hp, 160ft. Max Overview When in the market for a High Head Effluent Pump, Little Giant is one...
  18 Reviews
$360.00
Franklin Electric C1 20XC1-05p4-2W115 Septic Pump with Float
Franklin Electric C1 Submersible Septic Effluent Pump, Stainless Steel, 20 GPM with Float Please Note: The float switch and pump are not already wired together. The customer will need to connect the two items. Overview Designed for use as a gray water/septic effluent pump in drip and sprinkler service applications, the C1 Series cistern pump pr...
Franklin Electric C1 Submersible Septic Effluent Pump, Stainless Steel, 20 GPM with Float Please Note: The float switch and pump are not already w...
$410.00
Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump with Float
Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump, 1/2hp, 160ft. Max with Float Please Note: The float switch and pump are not already wired together. The customer will need to connect the two items. Overview When in the market for a High Head Effluent Pump, Little Giant is one of the most reliable companies. Their products are known for durabi...
Little Giant WE20G05P4-21 High Head Effluent Pump, 1/2hp, 160ft. Max with Float Please Note: The float switch and pump are not already wired toget...
  1 Reviews
$390.00
Franklin Electric

Franklin Electric

Overview

Franklin Electric septic pumps are some of the best septic effluent pumps on the market. They have long lifespans and are very durable. Franklin has been making submersible motors for over 50 years many of their pumps can last as long as 15 years. 

Reliability

These pumps are built for constant use, so you should be able to find one that has enough strength for your septic system. You can find Franklin Electric effluent pumps on septic systems across the United States.

Installation

Franklin pumps need to be installed in tanks that have been cleaned out beforehand. You also need to change the float when replacing a septic pump, because the switch will wear out as it ages. Also, all high head effluent pumps have 1 1/4 NPT threads, the national standard pipe fitting. Since this is very common in the industry, you won't have to change anything on the PVC connections when connecting your new pump.