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725 GPH Residential Water Powered Backup Sump Pump with Water Alarm

$19800
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  • Utilizes city water pressure to pump water at 700 to 900 GPH
  • Hydraulic float-and-valve system ensures reliable operation
  • Designed for mounting on the ceiling above the sump
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Product Details

Uniquely designed backup sump pump that is mounted on the ceiling above the sump, keeping it clean and dry until needed, which means greater efficiency and higher pumping rates. Uses city water pressure to pump water from the sump at a rate of 700 GPH - 900 GPH as it connects directly to your home water supply and discharges to exterior or into existing discharge from main pump. High quality, durable materials. Uses completely hydraulic float and valve system for reliable operation. Suitable for use with Radon covers. Reliable Back Up Sump Pump for most homes.
  • Extremely reliable, very powerful, water powered backup sump pump system
  • No battery to wear out or maintain; no charger to plug in or monitor
  • Automatic, independent system from the primary sump pump
  • Mounted on the ceiling, high above the sump, clean and dry
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  • California residents

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Q:What is the difference between the RB 750's and the HB 1000 ? and the discharge pipe size?
by|Sep 10, 2021
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A:  The difference is the flow rate. At 60 PSI the RB750 will move 750 gallons per hour and the HB1000 will move 1000 gallons. The RB750 can be used with 1/2" or 3/4" pipe where as the HB1000 needs 3/4". If you look under the header "Info and Guides" on the Home Depot product listing page you will find a PDF of the brochure which spells out all this information.

by|Jan 13, 2022
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    Q:Line going to my float has a hole in it.Can i buy a kit to fix or repair.Its model RB750
    by|Aug 15, 2021
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    A:  I would give them a call directly. My guess would be that is a standard size tube that The Home Depot would stock and sell by the foot. So you may not need to buy the tube as a part. There number is 1 800 554 1426

    by|Aug 16, 2021
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      Q:How does the water alarm feature work? Does the alarm need batteries?
      by|Nov 30, 2020
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      A:  Its extremely simple. If you scroll down to where it says "Info and Guides" you will find a PDF of the brochure that explains it. Essentially you place a small float sensor at the point you have determined signifies high water. The sensor is connect to a 85DB alarm, that is powered by a 9 volt battery. If the water reaches the sensor the alarm will sound.

      by|Dec 1, 2020
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        Q:where does the water use to operate this pump drain to?
        by|Sep 28, 2019
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        A:  A separate pipe than your normal sump. It's best if it can be seen easily outside of the house. If you see water coming out and your electricity is on, you will know your normal sump pump has failed

        by|Oct 1, 2019

          A:  Outside at least 6 to 8 feet away from the foundation wall on a downward grade.

          by|Oct 3, 2019
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            A bit involved for us to install due to our...
            A bit involved for us to install due to our existing plumbing but works amazingly great!
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            Some needed materials were not included in instructions, like 1in pipe for suction and discharge of pump, and shut off valve.
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            Fairly easy to install. Make sure you plan out and prep your site first. I installed this as a ...
            Fairly easy to install. Make sure you plan out and prep your site first. I installed this as a backup for my main pump so I didn't have to mess around with batteries and such.
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            This product just did not work out and all please return my receipt to my email so I could turn i...
            This product just did not work out and all please return my receipt to my email so I could turn it back to the store Thank you very much
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            I Installed the Basepump 725 Residential last week 9/19. Had rain this past weekend where my elec...
            I Installed the Basepump 725 Residential last week 9/19. Had rain this past weekend where my electric pump was ejecting water about every seven to eight minuets, we had a heavy sustained rain for hours. I unplugged the electric pump and let the Basepump take over. It worked like a charm. I did install a separate dedicated 3/4 inch PVC water line from the main shut off valve to the sump pit for maximum pumping ability. My entire home is 1/2 inch, it is older. I paid $180.00 for the pump that included tax and a $50 gift card. $20.00 dollars in parts to install it. A $200.00 purchase in total that could save thousands of dollars in damage. There are products out there now that allow you to connect copper water lines without soldering joints. That makes it a total do it yourself project if you choose to do so.
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