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Little Giant

Model 511346

Internet #205086510

1/2 HP Automatic Submersible Sewage Pump

$355.69 /each

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The 10SN Series submersible pump from Little Giant is specifically engineered to handle the tough, demanding tasks of effluent and sewage waste transfer with high efficiency and long term dependability. For use in residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural applications with light to medium transfer demands. Applications include dewatering, effluent waste, wastewater and sewage handling where such materials must be moved upward from a collection area to sewer or septic lines, or drainage areas.

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The listing on HomeDepot.com says " 2 in. FNPT " This may be a little confusing to the lay person. What that means is 2" female national pipe thread. So it would have a two inch threaded connection that you would screw into. Most installers reduce this discharge to inch and a half or inch and a quarter. This increases the speed at which the water moves through the discharge pipe. Kind of like when you Read More
The listing on HomeDepot.com says " 2 in. FNPT " This may be a little confusing to the lay person. What that means is 2" female national pipe thread. So it would have a two inch threaded connection that you would screw into. Most installers reduce this discharge to inch and a half or inch and a quarter. This increases the speed at which the water moves through the discharge pipe. Kind of like when you put your thumb over the end of a hose. Read Less
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