Septic Tank Sump Pumps

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Ashland SW50 1/2 HP Sewage Pump Green
The SW50-W1-20 Sewage pump is designed to handle raw incoming sewage and transport it to your septic tank or city sewer line. you can also use it to discharge the effluent or other wastewater needs. Solids handling pumps have a long life and are designed for the most demanding applications wastewater.  115V, 1/2 HP,12.0A 2" NPT Female up 2" sol...
The SW50-W1-20 Sewage pump is designed to handle raw incoming sewage and transport it to your septic tank or city sewer line. you can also use it t...
  6 Reviews
$400.00
Ashland SPV33 1/3 HP Cast Iron Sump Pump
Ashland SPV33 1/3 HP Cast Iron Sump Pump Overview: Ideal for basement, crawl space, and cellar sump pits. It pumps 47 GPM at 21ft head pressure 39 GPM at 10ft head pressure 1/2 solids handling capacity  6.5 max amps Ten impeller design vertical float for automatic operation  10ft power cord Three-year warranty   P/N: SPV33hp  
Ashland SPV33 1/3 HP Cast Iron Sump Pump Overview: Ideal for basement, crawl space, and cellar sump pits. It pumps 47 GPM at 21ft head pressure 39 ...
  10 Reviews
$189.00
Ashland SWH200 - 2 HP Sewage Pump
The Ashland SWH200 can handle 2-inch solids and has a 2" standard NPT flanged outlet with a 3" Optional adapter so you can use 3" pipe to connect the pump as well. Automatic aeration can be achieved using a piggyback float switch  Impeller cast iron 2" NPT discharge optional 3" Oil-filled continuous duty PSC motor cast iron construction P/N: s...
The Ashland SWH200 can handle 2-inch solids and has a 2" standard NPT flanged outlet with a 3" Optional adapter so you can use 3" pipe to connect t...
  1 Reviews
$2,242.00
Ashland Sump Pump Green 1/2 HP
Designed to pass solids of up to 1/2 in size and move 10-65 GPM  depending on the depth the pump is set.   Features 1 1/2 NPT DISCHARGE. POWER CORD LEGHTH: 10FT SOLIDS SIZE: 1/2 RPM: 1750 MOTR PROTECTION: THERMAL 115V FULL LOAD AMPS 10 1/2 HP P/N: Cast12hp
Designed to pass solids of up to 1/2 in size and move 10-65 GPM  depending on the depth the pump is set.   Features 1 1/2 NPT DISCHARGE. POWER COR...
  3 Reviews
$200.00
**PLEASE MAKE SURE TO SELECT WHETHER YOU WOULD LIKE THIS WITH OR WITHOUT A FLOAT SWITCH- OPTION BOX IS LOCATED UNDER THE PRICE** Features Heavy duty cast iron construction Oil-filled continuous duty PSC motor Upper and lower ball bearing construction Cast iron two vane enclosed impeller, 3/4" solids handling P/N: ep45 (without float) P/N: ep4...
**PLEASE MAKE SURE TO SELECT WHETHER YOU WOULD LIKE THIS WITH OR WITHOUT A FLOAT SWITCH- OPTION BOX IS LOCATED UNDER THE PRICE** Features Heavy d...
From $408.00
Ashland EPH30 3/10 HP High Head Effluent Pump
Features Heavy duty cast iron construction Oil-filled continuous duty PSC motor Upper and lower ball bearing construction Cast iron vortex impeller, 3/4" solids handling P/N: eph30
Features Heavy duty cast iron construction Oil-filled continuous duty PSC motor Upper and lower ball bearing construction Cast iron vortex impell...
$184.00

Not every application will require a heavy-duty solids pump. Sump pumps are ideal for moving clear water a short distance. Where an effluent pump may be able to handle ¾’’ solids, a sump pump usually only handles ¼’’ solids. That makes them ideal for ejecting water from a basement.

Sump pumps can also come as 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 the 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 the 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 an outlet.

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.