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  • Eliminate labor charges and costly traps or vents
  • Versatile automatic or manual operation
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This is a Transfer Utility pump.
This pump is made of Thermoplastic material.
This pumps dimensions are 7.87 in. Depth x 11.89 in. Height x 7.99 in. Width.
The discharge flow rate of this pump @ 0 ft. is 22 GPM.
This pump has a horsepower of 1/3 hp.
This pumps voltage is 115v.
This pump has a vertical lift of 15 feet.
The warranty on this pump is 1 Years. View more details by clicking on "Warranty" under info & guides.
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This Everbilt 1/3 HP Utility Sink pump is complete and compact. Constructed of reinforced thermoplastic, it is perfect for basement bars, laundry, utility sinks, etc. Simple installation, no need for traps, vents, and costly labor charges. Includes: pump assembly, sink drain screen, Slip check valve and Ball valve. Easily mounts directly underneath your sink when a drain line is not available.
  • Perfect for draining basements wet bars, laundry or utility sinks
  • Easy to install - eliminates the need for traps, vents, and costly labor charges
  • Piggyback diaphragm switches for automatic or manual operation
  • 115 Volt, Fan-cooled PSC motor
  • 8 ft. Power Cord
  • 1 Year Warranty
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)7.87Product Height (in.)11.89
Product Width (in.)7.99

Details

Amperage (amps)4 ACord Length (ft.)8
Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour)1300Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/min)22
Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/hour)550Discharge Flow @ 10 ft. (gallons/min)9
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesHead Pressure (ft.)15
Housing MaterialThermoplasticImpeller MaterialThermoplastic
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedMaximum Discharge Flow (gallons/hour)1300
Maximum Horsepower (hp)1/3Maximum Pressure (psi)6.63
Maximum Working Temperature (F)77Minimum working temperature (F)32
Outlet ConnectionThreaded femalePack Size1
Power Type RequiredACProduct Weight (lb.)12.58
Pump Switch TypeSwitchlessReturnable90-Day
Vertical Lift (ft.)15Voltage115v

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and ListingsCSA CertifiedManufacturer Warranty1 year

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Perfect for my application
After replacing my old original concrete sink that was never had a drain attached, and laundry was dumped into a trash can then pumped up. Was a smelly mess that needed to be fixed. This pump was perfect for the job. I did follow the instructions and recommendations to use a galvanized nipple and union. That will defiantly help with service and cleaning in the future when needed. If you use all glued fittings, then I would use the union if not then it's not totally necessary.
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    • Recommended
    Heavy duty !!!
    I was looking for heavy duty sink utility pump for a remote outdoor BBQ island sink project and the Everbilt 1/3 HP sink pump is perfect. It's made of quality cast iron and is a bit on the heavy side. I added some bracing supports to ensure it didn't sag the bottom of the sink, but much prefer pumps made our of heavy cast than other light materials. When test activating the pump it was relatively quieter than I thought it would be. The power cord(s) for actuator and motor were long enough that I didn't have to add another near the underside of sink. Overall, this pump was a great selection for my project!.
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    1 found this review helpful
    Powerful Pump for a utility sink especially if your washing machine discharges into the sink
    I needed a pump to empty a “sink” that is primarily used for hand washing after eating steamed blue crabs. Sink is in quotes because it is really an antique wash tub on legs. The tub drain will be plumbed directly to the pump inlet. >>>>>>The pump is actually overkill for my situation since, even with the flow restrictor removed from the faucet, the flow is only 3 gpm. In my situation the discharge is basically horizontal and then underground to a septic tank, the friction head loss is only a couple of feet. With the pump rated at 15 gpm at 5 feet of head, the flow control valve—which is provided—must be closed down most of the way to prevent short cycling of the pump. I believe that the pump is designed to handle the discharge of a washing machine. So, if that is your situation, you will experience short-cycling if you are just washing your hands.>>>>>>>The flow control PVC ball valve has 1-1/2-inch NPT threaded connections, as does the inlet of the plastic check valve. The check valve outlet is socket welded. Because my discharge is horizontal and then downward, I did not use the check valve. The check valve construction appears light-duty and if your discharge is vertical, you may want to use a higher quality valve if inadvertent backflow flooding would be a problem. The valve has a rubber flapper which means it would be best to install it vertically.>>>>>>>My sink will only see seasonal use so I will install it with unions so it can be removed to prevent freezing. Since the pump is outside and partially protected by the sink, I plan to elevate it above the deck as much as possible and build a small enclosure around it. The pump is not meant to be submerged in water but nothing in the product description indicates that it can not be installed outside. In fact, the pump is stamped with the CSA Logo and CUS (which is equivalent or exceeds a UL Rating) for sink utility pumps. The applicable CSA standard C22.2 No. 108 applies to both interior and exterior pumps. One concern is that all the fasteners are carbon steel rather than SS.>>>>>The pump is made in PRC and comes with a one-year warranty.
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    • Recommended
    a good solution
    This provides the basic parts for the installation: the pump, 1-1/4” NPT slip check and ball valves – also included is a sink drain strainer. The pump inlet is 1-1/2” NPT and the discharge is 1-1/4” NPT. The Use and Care Guide is very well illustrated and provides all the information needed to install this pump. The slip check valve is used since a p-trap is not a part of this system. The included ball valve is used to adjust the water flow through the system. You need to provide a standard sink 1-1/2” NPT drain pipe to the pump inlet and 1-1/4” NPT pipe and fittings from the pump outlet. The diaphragm switch automatically turns the pump on when it senses water in the system . The pump and diaphragm switch are wired with 8’ long 115V 3 prong plug – no need to hardwire. I am going to install this under my garage utility sink which does not have a sewer drain – I am pumping the discharge over the ceiling to a gray water drain.
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    • Recommended
    Great for basement sinks!
    This Everbilt 1/3 horse power utility sink pump is pretty sweet. This is great for basement bars, laundry, utility sinks, os anything below the level of your sewer ir septic line. It is easy to install and eliminates the need for traps or vents, since it literally pushes the drain water up the pipes. Originally I bought this for an outdoor kitchen, thinking it was something I could use to put the water out to the sink... it won't do that. But as a drain, it would work perfectly. The motor is not as loud as I would have expected, and it pushes a pretty good head of water. I would NOT recommend using this in a sink likely to have gunk poured down it... no Grease, drippings or food should go through this. This should work with standard PVC fittings available in most regions, and even comes with the adapter and ball valve. The adapter has a built in check valve, limiting the chance of the drain backing up and flooding the sink.
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    • Recommended
    My mistake...
    Clearly I did a poor job of reading the Home Depot advertisement. I ordered this thinking I would use it to feed water from a storage barrel to a slop sink on a converted bus. Waste water was going to be discharged through a drain to the street. Although not suitable for my intended use I'll hang on to it and find a use for it in the basement of one of my apartments. The body is reinforced thermoplastic over cast iron, very substantial. The 1/3 hp motor is strong enough to pump waste water vertically up to 15 feet. Its operation is automatic. When it detects water pressure in the line the motor starts then stops once the line has been purged. One unique feature is the bypass 110vt power plug that allows you to "piggyback" another plug without sacrificing a receptacle slot. I own and use two Everbilt sump pumps and they have never failed me so I expect this unit to be just as dependable. Everbilt offers a 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty and as always Home Depot offers a 90 return policy.
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    • Recommended
    Very quiet operation
    Everbilt 1/3 HP Utility Sink Pump is a great pump if you understand and follow the directions for installation. Read and re-read the directions with special attention to the out flow head space and placement of the check valve. I'm going to use mine for a rain barrel under a downspout under my deck (In and enclosure) so the water stops running over the patio, staining the cement. I'm going to pump the water up over head under the deck floor, back down to the yard where I want to water to go. The hardest part of this is going to figure all the fittings I'm going to need. My ball valve moves freely and is OK, the cheap run of the mill ball valve. The check valve is the cheap one and I might not use it and get a better one. I'll use unions to bring it in doors for the couple of months of freezing weather. I'm not really sure why the instructions say to use a galvanized union, I always use 40 PVC and have never had a problem.
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    • Recommended
    1 found this review helpful
    Everbilt 1/3 HP Utility Sink Pump
    1/3 HP Utility Sink Pump This little pump is going to do duty for my wifes garden sink. We run a hose to it and the water that runs thru the sink needs to be sent to the garden plants. This is the perfect vehicle to do that. it has a back flow preventer and comes with a stop. You will need to get additional piping and fittings depending upon you pparticular needs for your application. It also can be used for basement bars, laundry, utility sinks, etc. Easy to install - eliminates need for traps, vents, and costly labor charges
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    • Recommended
    Solid well-made pump
    I got this pump for an outdoor kitchen that I do not want to tie into my house plumbing. I am going to have it discharge into a grey water holding tank (in drought stricken California). The holding tank is going to be about 40’ away and about 10’ higher than the pump, so I know it will have the power to pump it. The pump is super heavy and every part is metal, copper or heavy duty PVC. Included is a stainless steel filter that protects your drain lines from any large items. The fact that we don’t have to install plumbing, it is worth its cost. It is also a great solution if you want to install a sink ‘below grade’ of you house plumbing. The pump is well made, has clear instructions and is easy to install. Good value and I am happy that I got it.
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    • Recommended
    Terrific brand terrific pump
    As a Everbilt consumer, it is so easy to give a great review. It is easy to review a good product. All of our drains are too high, they come in on mid wall. We do not have a sump pit. So this pump pumps the water up since we do not have a floor drain. This brand in particular seems to last best. Pumps 21 gallons per minute. It really saved us from having to bust up our cement floor, super easy solution.
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