A cost-effective and dependable solution to your sewage and wastewater needs, the Marsh Sewage Single Free-Standing Pump Station is designed for properties situated far from the sewage system and requires a reliable and efficient way to collect and transfer wastewater. As a single pump station, it is perfect for outbuildings with a toilet or a home extension where most of the house is connected to the mains sewer by gravity.
Perfect for when gravity is not an option, this pump station is a sizable tank that collects sewage and foul water. Once the level reaches a predetermined amount, the integrated pump is triggered, creating pressure to force the sewage along a network of discharge pipes into a gravity sewer or a sewage treatment plant.
Features & Benefits: Marsh Sewage Single Pump Station Free-standing - 600 x 1000mm
- Cost-effective and dependable solution for sewage and wastewater needs
- Number of people: 1
- Designed for properties far from the sewage system
- Reliable and efficient way to collect and transfer wastewater
- Single pump station, perfect for outbuildings with a toilet or home extension
- Integrated pump is triggered when the level reaches predetermined amount
- Suitable for sewage, final effluent, grinders, and surface water (twin/single) applications
- Can be used in all domestic, commercial, and industrial sites
The Marsh range of pump stations is suitable for sewage, final effluent, grinders, and surface water (twin/single) applications in all domestic, commercial, and industrial sites, including agricultural water and wastewater, food processing, industrial wastewater, marine, water treatment, and more.
To guarantee the highest dependability and efficiency with minimal blockages or damage, Marsh incorporates top-of-the-line submersible pumps in all their pump station models.
Standards & Certification
- British/European Standard: BS EN 12050, BS EN 752 and BS EN 752-6
Each pump chamber contains a number of float switches linked to a control panel that automatically controls flow and levels.
In a single pump chamber there are three float switches:
Float A: Actuates the pump cycle until level drops to low level.
Float B: Low level float stops the pump.
Float C: High level alarm – positioned above the pump actuator float (min 100mm).
For twin pump chamber operation there is an additional float switch (Float D) – usually positioned 150mm above first actuator (A) – which actuates the second pump in periods of higher flow.
After each cycle the pumps alternate to extend pump life and are designed to run for a minimum of 60 seconds with no more than 15 starts per hour.
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- Free delivery to UK Mainland sites (Scottish Highlands excl., please contact us for a delivery prices).
- Offloading is the Customers responsibility
- Delivery dates are subject to change with respect to product availability