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Little Giant 6EN-CIA-SFS 1/3 HP Submersible Sump/Effluent Pump
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Little Giant

6EN-CIA-SFS 1/3 HP Submersible Sump/Effluent Pump

$198.64 /each

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This 1/3 HP Submersible Sump/Effluent Pump is ideal for continuous-duty use in dewatering and light-effluent applications. This sump pump features a 1-1/2 in. FNPT discharge that handles liquid and solid waste materials up to 1/2 in. in diameter. The polypropylene base and epoxy-coated cast iron housing provides corrosion- and rust resistance for long-lasting wear.

  • Performance (GPM at Height in Feet) 5 ft.=50gpm, 10 ft.=42gpm, 15 ft.=30gpm
  • 1/3 HP PSC motor with thermal overload protection provides energy-saving low-amp draw and cool running temperatures
  • Rated for fully submersible, continuous-duty use in dewatering and light-effluent applications
  • Vortex impeller and mechanical seals
  • Polypropylene base and cast-iron pump housing with protective epoxy coating for corrosion- and rust resistance
  • Stainless-steel screws, bolts and handle
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this pump sit in a sump that will rarely if ever contain water?

Need a pump for a crawl space sump system. The sump system is only connected to two floor drains installed in case of flooding due to a broken water line or drain. Ideally the pump will never be needed. Is there a concern that pump seals will dry out if not used periodically or partially submerged in water?
Asked by: SDL45
What usually goes wrong whit this pump and how to fix it?
Answered by: robert
Date published: 2016-12-01

Can the float be modified allowing more travel, so the pump will run for longer, and less often?

I'd like to dismount the existing float, and perhaps attach it to a tether (and of course the actuator switch) allowing more travel, and fewer on/off cycles. Our situation is an underground rain collection tank, 3' diameter, and 12' deep, sump pump goes in the bottom and evacuates rain/ground water before it has a chance to seep into our basement. When the pump turns on, I don't want to move 3 or 4 gallons, I'd like to move 50 - 150 gallons per cycle.
Asked by: H2OMark
This pump has an integral float switch as you have mentioned which gives it a specific range. I would think that you would want a pump with out an internal switch. Meaning when you give it power it is on. Then you could plug it in to a "piggy back" float switch. By adjusting the length of that float switch you can adjust the on off cycle so that the chamber will fill with more water before coming on. Thus having longer run times and less frequency of runs. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-10-24

Can i use this in my septic tank to pump waste water out?

I am looking for a pump to use in my septic tank to pump water to my yard.
Asked by: gmk
This pump can certainly be used to pump effluent. However I can't tell you if it is the right pump for your application based on the limited information provided. You are welcome to give me a call and we can discuss. This pump has a float style switch that is going to continue to pump until the water level lowers to the base of the pump. Typically in pump chambers, you use a pump equipped with a external float switch. That way you can set the float switch such that the pump only eliminates the fluid in a specified area above the pump. That way the pump is always under water. But again I would like to know more about your project in order to make a recommendation. Chris 978 651 3301
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-08-30

can you install a battery backup on this pump

Asked by: abel
This pump is 120 volts. The cost of the battery's and inverter to create 120 volts from 12 volt batteries would be more expensive than a generator, So in that case I would purchase a generator. If you want a battery back up. That is usually done by installing batteries, a charger and a secondary pump that runs directly off 12 volts. You can see them on Home Depot .com by searching for battery back up pumps.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-05-14
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6EN-CIA-SFS 1/3 HP Submersible Sump/Effluent Pump is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product as well as pricing. Reliable product. No problems with installation. Great pricing ordering on line and shipped to local Home Depot for in store pick up.
Date published: 2014-06-24
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