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0.6 HP Heavy Duty Cast Iron Sewage Pump

$298.00 /each
  • Pumps 9910GPH sewage from below grade to the sewage line
  • Pro-grade construction - Heavy duty cast iron w/ball bearings
  • Alert: For basins with minimum 30" depth

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The Everbilt 6/10 HP submersible sewage pump is constructed of heavy - duty cast iron and features a PSC motor for energy efficiency and savings. The pump is engineered to pass 2 in. solids and designed for use in wastewater applications such as basement sewage systems, mound systems, effluent/sewer. Laundry facilities, grain storage and high capacity dewatering purposes.

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  • Energy efficient PSC (permanent split capacitor) motor
  • Capacities up to 9910 GPH and 26 ft. of head
  • Heavy duty cast iron construction for strength and durability
  • Submersible for quiet operation
  • Designed to pass up to 2 in. solids
  • Engineered for long life
  • Piggyback float switch design allows for automatic or manual operation
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My float doesn't work. Is there any way to lower it so the tub won't fill up in order for it to pump?

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June 23, 2016
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Depends on the float (probably not a pressure float). You may be able to move the float down on the mounting bracket so it activates at a lower water level. Or replace the float altogether (if the pump still works, just replace the float).
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September 8, 2015
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You can disconnect the float and attach it to the riser pipe lower than the top of pump using stainless steel clamp and tape around the float wire where clamp will go to prevent chaffing wire. It needs to be tight enough to hold it in place but not tight enough to damage wire. It must still have free range of motion from horizontal to vertical.
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June 19, 2015
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You need to tether the float closer to the pump. The idea is that once the float goes vertical it should turn on. If you have too much wire it won't go from horizontal to vertical until the tub fills up enough to make that happen.
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January 27, 2015
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Not really. If you lower the tether switch (make the cord longer), it will take even longer to fill up and the sump will have to fill higher before the pump engages.
If you raise the tether switch (shorten the cord), it will not drain the sump as low, leaving more water in the sump. This is a large sump pump and is designed to be placed into a large/deep sump, that requires a fair amount of water. There
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Not really. If you lower the tether switch (make the cord longer), it will take even longer to fill up and the sump will have to fill higher before the pump engages.
If you raise the tether switch (shorten the cord), it will not drain the sump as low, leaving more water in the sump. This is a large sump pump and is designed to be placed into a large/deep sump, that requires a fair amount of water. There will always be several inches of water in the bottom of the sump. Check the specifications for recommended minimum sump sizes. That is important.
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this pump requires a 36” inch deep basin on the instructions. home depot only sells a 30 inch basin. will this be a problem if I use a 30” inch basin

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September 23, 2016
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According to the manufacturer the 30" basin is fine. They state that it was a typo on the instructions when a 36" basin was mentioned.

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Probably not. My basis is 30" and the old pump and new pump work fine. Just make sure the pump has plenty of room to operate. Don't want the float to activate at too high a level in the basin.
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April 1, 2016
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The minimum basin depth for this pump is actually 30". We will revise the instruction manual to indicate this.
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Will this pump work satisfactorily for a 30 in deep basin?

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Monroe, Georgia
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March 13, 2016
I bought this pump thinking it was the best one as it has a higher pumping capacity and a five year warranty. My holding basin is exactly 30 inches deep. There is a warning in the packaging box saying that it will NOT work if the basin is not "AT LEAST 30" DEEP". Are there better pumps for shallower collection basins?
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Yes this basin below recommended.

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Probably, as long as there is plenty of room for the pump to operate. How does the pump know if the basin is 36" deep. Just make sure the float activates before the water gets to high in the basin (say no higher than 16-18").
Sometime I think the instructions are written by lawyers for lawyers.
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April 1, 2016
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This pump will work fine in a 30" deep basin. This is based on the height of the inlet pipe in standard sewage basins. We need the inlet height to be at the correct height so the pump float switch activates the pump before sewage backs up too far in to the inlet pipe feeding the basin. Standard 30" basins have the bottom of the inlet pipe at 17" which is the correct height.
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This pump will work fine in a 30" deep basin. This is based on the height of the inlet pipe in standard sewage basins. We need the inlet height to be at the correct height so the pump float switch activates the pump before sewage backs up too far in to the inlet pipe feeding the basin. Standard 30" basins have the bottom of the inlet pipe at 17" which is the correct height.
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2" to 1 1/2" pipe

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November 15, 2015
My septic pipe out of the tank to the drain field is 1 1/2". Will running 2" pipe up from the tank to a reducer for 1 1/2" pie cause any problems with the pump or the pipe? I'm wanting a bigger pump like this because it pumps uphill.
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Use a reducer, or create a reducer with a series of pipes. Plastic easier than iron.
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A sewage pump has a 2" discharge to be able to pump larger solids. If you have a secondary separation tank and only liquids are being discharged due to all solids separated before this pump you will be able to reduce the size of to 11/2" but the performance of the pump will be diminished. The gallons per minute of discharge is determined by using 2" pipe at specific height intervals. Using 11/2" will Read More
A sewage pump has a 2" discharge to be able to pump larger solids. If you have a secondary separation tank and only liquids are being discharged due to all solids separated before this pump you will be able to reduce the size of to 11/2" but the performance of the pump will be diminished. The gallons per minute of discharge is determined by using 2" pipe at specific height intervals. Using 11/2" will reduce this ability by roughly 10-20 percent. Read Less
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February 23, 2016
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If your pump is located in the bottom of your septic tank and is dosing the drainfield, then this pump is not what you need. The pump itself could handle it, but this model is designed for a 30" sewage basin. It only has a 10' long power cord, and it has a float switch tethered directly to the pump. A septic tank effluent pump would need a longer cord, and should be wired to a control panel that monitors Read More
If your pump is located in the bottom of your septic tank and is dosing the drainfield, then this pump is not what you need. The pump itself could handle it, but this model is designed for a 30" sewage basin. It only has a 10' long power cord, and it has a float switch tethered directly to the pump. A septic tank effluent pump would need a longer cord, and should be wired to a control panel that monitors the water level in the tank or time doses the drain field.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good so far Make sure you install it correctly. I first did not align it properly and it was noisy operation and not shutting down. After re-positioning it into correct position it worked like a charm. So based on my observation - it takes its time to collect waste ~ 5-6 high efficiency toilet flashes. Then it only takes a few seconds to pump it out and almost silent. For some reason, I do not hear back flow valve slap with this pump. I used to hear with old & failed Flowtech 3/4 pump (although after over 12 years of service). Flowtech pump besides being more powerful would only collect 1-2 flashes and run for about 20 secs, and back valve would make a loud slap when it stops. Anyway, as this pump has a wide angle switch - you need to make sure it has enough clearance to float freely. I like the fact activates less frequently. My 30" basin is pretty large, no need to pump after every flash. Hope it will last, as it is not house activities anyone would look forward to do :-) August 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice big pump I had a smaller pump that just wouldn't do the job. This pump will easily consume up to 2" solids and pump them with ease. It's quiet and fast. Installation was simple, although I already had the basin and sewage lines installed. Don't forget the backflow valve when putting this in. This is the perfect pump for basement bathrooms, or like in my case, connecting a second building to the house. Its a much better alternative than a toilet with the pump built into the base because this lets you add a full plumbing set up to any area as opposed to just a toilet. I've installed a toilet, sink and a water fountain off this setup. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT experience I usually tell my wife "this repair will only take an hour". 4-5 hours later and 1-3 trips to HD and the job is finally finished. Replacing my sewage pump took 35 minutes - YEA, 35 minutes. And the only trip to HD was to purchase the pump and 2 parts (1 of which I will be returning). Easy to install (hefty @ 40#) and runs more quietly than a baby sleeping. Don't think twice, buy it, install it, move on with your life. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well Built Pump. Works Well. Heavy duty, sturdy, well built pump. Installation is very straight forward and not difficult, even for a novice like me. The instructions were very simple and easy to understand and follow. I was replacing a 15 year old pump that finally died so since the discharge pipe and vent pipe were already in place all I had to to was remove the old pump, install the new pump, plug it in and I was done. I tested the pump numerous times before tightening down the cover to the basin and it worked perfectly every time. I couldn't be happier with the pump. I read some reviews that said the pump was rather loud when running, however I don't find that to be true. I can barely hear the pump when it kicks on and it only runs for a few seconds which is nice. My old pump, once it kicked on, ran for much longer than this pump and was much louder. This pump is pumping the same amount of water, if not more, than the old pump and doing it in a much shorter time. I am very happy with this pump and would definitely recommend it. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Durable pump with a good warrantee The pump is working and doing its job. However, I'd like to know how this pump lasts over time. Unfortunately, most reviews are at time of purchase. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Great Whopper Chopper I have this in place of a sump pump for a laundry room. The sump pump did ok, but a sewage pump is better. If you need to replace a sump pump, buy this sewage pump and be done with it. This is a much more heavy duty system which will not let you down. This pump can pass 2" solids which is beyond what I will ever need it for but I would rather have the power and capability if I ever need it. It 40 pounds of solid construction. It never needs priming and excels using only a 115V system Operation is very smooth and quiet and would never buy another sump pump again March 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Ok for the price Does what it is supposed to. Quite noisy compared to the previous pump. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Energy efficient sewage pump We are using this pump for a newly installed basement bathroom. The pump was connected to an existing sewer line and did not produce any installation difficulties. Since this bathroom is a work in progress and not yet completed, I can only review what I have observed about this pump. Our initial test produced very good results, and I expect the pump to provide us with years of service. The energy efficient motor should help in keeping down our electric bill. April 4, 2016
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