Basic knowledge of Submersible Sewage Pump

  The sewage pump is a Submersible Sewage Pump connected to a sewage pit, which is an underground pit that collects drainage. Sumps are usually located in the basement and are used to collect natural groundwater and water from drains throughout the home and property. The working principle of the sewage pump is to pump the water in the pit out of the home to keep the basement and crawl space dry.

  Depending on the capacity and weather required in your area, sewage pumps come in different sizes. Keep in mind that an average of about 20 inches or gallons of water will be brought into the basement sump every minute on rainy days. You can estimate how much water you receive per hour of rainfall to determine the necessary pumping capacity and the required size of the sewage pump.

  Maintenance of Submersible Sewage Pump

  If you follow the correct maintenance procedures, the Submersible Sewage Pump should be usable for about 10 years. This is a good investment, because the cost of installing a new Submersible Sewage Pump may be between US$100 and US$3,000, although the average cost will drop to about US$1,000. If you notice signs that your Submersible Sewage Pump is malfunctioning—for example, strange noises, excessive vibration, or obvious rust—you may need to be prepared to pay for the replacement cost of the sewage pump.

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