Filter Results By
- Air Operated Centrifugal (3)
- Battery Operated Sump Pumps (4)
- Effluent Pumps (61)
- Elevator Sump Pump with Oil Sensor (5)
- Explosion Proof Submersible Pumps (4)
- Grinder Pumps (53)
- Sink Pump Systems (13)
- Sludge Pumps (23)
- Submersible Sewage Pumps (184)
- Sump Pump Hoses (1)
- Upright Sump Pumps (47)
- ALLEGRO (3)
- ARO (2)
- BARNES (6)
- CENTRIPRO (9)
- DAYTON (180)
- GOULDS WATER TECHNOLOGY (77)
- $15-$20 (3)
- $20-$25 (1)
- $25-$30 (2)
- $30-$35 (1)
- $40-$45 (2)
- $50-$60 (3)
Transfer blackwater to wastewater systems or away from low-lying areas by selecting a sump pump, effluent pump or sewage pump from Grainger. Grinder pumps reduce sewage to a finely ground slurry for pumping into elevated septic or sewer destinations. Similarly, a septic effluent pump moves septic fluids free of solids to a drain field with greater durability than a sump pump. Keep wastewater moving with the right pump from Grainger.
Most Popular Sump, Effluent and Sewage Pumps
Related Information and Resources
Sump, Effluent and Sewage Pumps Q&A
Ask your questions. Share your answers.
that would be suitable to put in a sump in my back yard. ?
Typically that is a rotary vane pump the 2 most common units Grainger Sells is the 4F740 and 4F741..made by Gast . These are continious duty for airation applications.
I hope this answers your question, thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!
I ran a Zoeller sump pump for 5 days 24/7 wide open and it still runs well today. I am a fan of their pumps for this reason.
You will need to be careful when drawing up large debris and sticks, as this type of debris can damage the pump.
Thank you for using Grainger Ask and Answer.
I need something that I can put down a 6" hole to pump water out of a basement well, that can be controlled automatically with a float (or something).
Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer
Ask and Answer Disclaimer:
Grainger is neither responsible for, not does it endorse, the content of any statement posted. Any statements posted constitute the statements of the poster and are not the statements of Grainger.
The statements posted by Grainger employees with the Grainger employee badge represent the views of such employees and are not the statements of Grainger. Grainger makes no representations as to the appropriateness, accuracy, completeness, correctness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any statements posted, including statements posted by employees with the Grainger employee badge, and is not liable for any losses, injuries or damages which may result from any such statements.
Use of any linked web site provided in a post is at the user's own risk. This site should not replace the use by you of any technical product manual or other professional resource or adviser available to you.
The source for the answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are based on the information provided with the question, which may not be complete or may not apply to other situations, and based on product literature and informational materials, the content of which is provided by Grainger's product suppliers. Grainger disclaims liability for any information it provides in Ask and Answer which later may be alleged or determined by a court of law to be inaccurate or incorrect.
The answers given by Grainger in Ask and Answer are not intended to replace or supplement any professional, engineering or other consultation services available to its product users. Always read, understand, and follow the product information and instructions provided by the manufacturer. same on category AAA as well
Questions? Call us
Sign Up for Email
Get industry news,
new product information,
helpful tips and more.