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Sanitary pumping systems that involve toilets require sewage pumps capable of passing 2" solids. Jim Murray, Inc. offers you over 2 dozen sewage pumps to choose from
, both deep vane and vortex, all built to high standards.
Typically, sewage pumps have two types of impellers, deep vane and vortex. A deep vane impeller paddles the liquid and solids. Pumps with these impellers can produce a greater gallon per minute output.
A vortex impeller is located at the top of the volute (base of the pump). As it spins the impeller creates a velocity that transfers the liquids and solids. In theory, the vortex impeller is a better selection than a deep vane impeller because the solids are less likely to come in contact with the impeller.
Note: As with effluent pumps, sewage pump basins
must be gas tight and vented according to code. Sewage pumps may be used for sump pump and effluent pump applications where higher pump output is required. They can also pump debris that has entered a basin. This occurs often at loading docks, for example.
You’ll find the sewage pump you need in our convenient, searchable online store. The best part is you can place your order 24/7, to be shipped the following business day. Shop now
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