Superior Pump 93015 – 1/2 HP Cast Iron Sewage Pump System (2″)
Complete Sewage Pump System
Everything you need in one box
Submersible Sewage/Ejector Pump w/ Tether Float Switch
Ideal for average waste removal
Thermally Protected, 1/2 HP Split Capacitor Motor
Continuous duty design, only draws 7.6A
Heavy-Duty Cast Iron Housing & Base Construction
For rapid heat dissipation and extended life
Bottom Suction Design
Able to pass up to 2″ solids
Stainless steel motor shaft & fasteners
High Impact ABS plastic non-clogging Vortex impeller
18″ x 30″ Durable Structural Foam Sewage Basin w/ 4″ Inlets
Industry standard design
18″ Structural Foam Cover w/ Gasket Kit
Accommodates standard 2″ discharge and vent pipes
2″ Full Flow Check Valve w/ Rubber Boots
Makes installation a breeze
Q: In our garage remodel project, there will be a 50 foot run from the output of the sewage sump pump to our 4″ drain in the crawl space of the house proper. The first 3 feet will be vertical. The rest will be gently downhill.
I like the idea of a pump that grinds the sewage so that there aren’t large chunks of sewage trundling along that long, very slight down hill run – chunks that might decide to stop and block ‘traffic’.
Is this pump in the grinder category? If not, am I obsessing over a potential blockage that would never happen -making this a fine pump for the 3/4 bathroom in our garage remodel?
by John W from Alabama on August 15, 2013
A: Thank you for your interest in Sump Pumps Direct. 99.9% of the time, a standard sewage pump like the one inside the Superior model 93015 will be more than sufficient to handle an extra basement bathroom application. The 50 foot (3′ vertical and approx. 47′ horizontal) run will not be a problem. Standard sewage pumps will easily handle the human waste and toilet paper and you should not experience any issues providing the system is installed correctly. The problems that you could run into would be if someone is flushing other things down the toilet that shouldn’t be. At that point, you could experience a jammed impeller at the pump.
If you have additional questions, please let me know.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: Hello-We are building a new house with a small footprint. As such our second bathroom is in our basement. We would like to install a pump to remove sewage and shower water. What would you recomend? The bathroom will mainly be used for occasional guests. Laundry water will be independent. Does it vent with a standard vent stack, we certainly dont want a stinky basement. HELP
by John S Anderson from New York on May 09, 2012
A: The Superior Pump model 93015 1/2 HP Cast Iron Sewage Pump System or Bur-Cam 4/10 HP Heavy Duty Cast Iron Sewage Pump System, model 400419T would be an ideal set-up for your application. It comes with everything you need with the exception of the PVC discharge and venting pipe. For safe and secure operation for venting, it is required to use schedule 40 pipe or heavier. This is required by the UPC (Universal Plumbing Code) and is for your safety. Venting should be through the roof of the building unless otherwise noted by you local or state codes.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: I currently have a sump pump in my basement with 2″ discharge. I would like to add a bathroom in the basement that is below the street level sewer line by about 5-6 feet. I have a sump pump well that is below floor level by about 2 feet. What would work to accomplish this need. Would a lift ginder/lift pump work in place of the sump for the clothes washer and would it pump out the sewage effectively?
by Ed Walker from West Virginia on November 13, 2011
A: Your sump pump will always work independantly of your sewage pump and the Superior model 93015 Cast Iron Sewage Pump system or the Little Giant Model WCSS50 – 4/10 HP Cast Iron Sewage Pump System would be a good choice to handle the new bathroom. Ideally, something similiar to a Wayne Model SYLT30 – 1/3 HP Pre-Assembled Laundry Tray System would also be installed to handle the laundry water as standard sump and sewage pumps are not designed to handle the chemicals associated with laundry applications and will void your warranty for sump and sewage pumps. That being said, if you are against installing a seperate laundry system, the sewage system would tolerate the laundry application better than the sump pump.
by Jim, Product Expert
Solution To Basement Renovation
When public sewer was added to the area, they failed to put the sewer below the concrete slab. This system not only saved the day (now have sewage in all the basement) for creating more living space. Was easy to install and works great. I am hoping to get many years of service out of it.
Pros: Easy To Use, Quiet, Price, I’d Buy It Again
Cons: Bad Instructions
Richard Recommends This Superior Pump Product
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