Our expert plumbers have seen an increase in the installation of Liberty sewage ejector pumps due to modern home design and advancements in plumbing technology. We have been assisting developers with new home designs and retrofitting existing homes with pump-up ejector systems.
What is a Sewage Ejector Pump?
When plumbing fixtures are installed in basement bathrooms or laundry rooms below the septic system or main sewer line, solids handling pumps, pump-up ejector systems, or non-clog pumps are all used.
Sewage ejector pumps should be located in the sump basin below grade. Actually, they work just like a groundwater sump pump, only they are designed to pump out sewage instead of groundwater. The unit can collect up to thirty gallons of waste from sloped drain pipes in the home. As soon as the sump basement level reaches a certain level, the movable float will trigger the pump. This will take sewage waste to the sewer line or septic tank. The basin will drop as the float drops, and the pump will shut off as the level drops.
This technology can be adapted to use in toilets. Basement solids must be lifted into the sewer line so that they can be removed.
When your home is situated lower than your septic tank, a sewage ejector pump may be advantageous. Home sewage must be pumped into the septic tank via a two-inch outlet.
The sewage ejector pump has a large opening at the bottom. A lot of free space has been provided inside the volute, preventing plugging and clogging. It’s imperative to note that a sewage ejector is not a grinder pump, which chops, dices and slices solids into a macerated slurry. A sewage ejector passes solid waste to the septic system.
Most sewage ejector pumps are submersible, and installed in a sump basin, similar to a sump pump. Sump pumps remove rainwater from the home through seepage, whereas sewage ejectors remove waste or sewage.
Liberty Sewage Ejectors from Hoerner
Hoerner Heating & Plumbing is a proud reseller of Liberty Pumps sewage ejectors. With Liberty Pumps, you’re sure to find the sewage ejector you need to suit your needs. A variety of sizes is available for different applications.
We also sell sewage grinder pumps, but it is not required for every application. Whenever your pump has to pump to a pressurised sewer main over 750 feet or across a high vertical distance (30 feet or more), you should consider a sewage grinder pump.
The sewage ejector pump is your preferred option if:
- The pump is hooked up to a septic tank;
- Septic waste is pumped to a gravity sewer main;
- You are pumping waste over a short distance at a low vertical distance.
Occasionally, there are exceptions to the rule. That’s why it’s a good idea to contact Hoerner Heating and Plumbing’s plumbing experts. Call us now to discuss your plumbing project.
Featured Liberty Sewage Ejector Pumps
Typically, sewage ejector pumps are used to remove both liquid and solid waste from a system. A raw sewage pump is typically used to transport sewage from a whole house, basement, exterior structure, or aerobic treatment system to a septic tank or gravity sewer main. Solids up to 2” spherical can be handled by sewage pumps with a 2” or 3” discharge. The most popular everyday seller would be the Pro 382 le 51.
Other featured Liberty sewage ejector pumps include:
24″ x 24″ Simplex Sewage System
2″ or 3″ Discharge
A shallow system design with a large capacity, Pro380-Series features a 24″ x 24″ basin – ideal for bedrock and difficult soil conditions. Featuring a large 41 gallon capacity and long pump cycles, the Pro380-Series extends pump life. Pro380-Series sewage packages arrive pre-assembled from the factory, saving valuable labour time on the job site.
Pro380 Liberty sewage ejector pumps are now available with alarm-ready options with pre-mounted alarm floats. Try the Liberty Pro380 and see why more contractors are demanding it. Liberty’s Pro-Series comes with a three-year limited warranty.
The P382LE51SD-2 meets the same performance requirements, but with no pipes coming off the lid. In Ontario, there has not really been a lot of traction for this system, but Hoerner’s owner saw its potential.
24″ x 24″ Simplex Sewage System Side Discharge
Featuring a 24″ by 24″ basin, the Pro380-Series is a large capacity shallow system suitable for bedrock and difficult soil conditions. 380-Series pumps have a large capacity of 41 gallons, as well as long cycle times, which means they last longer. Pre assembled modules from our Pro380-Series sewage packages reduce labour costs on site. Now Available “alarm-ready” with pre-mounted alarm floats. Give the Pro380 a try and see why more contractors are demanding Liberty sewage ejector pumps. The Liberty Pro-Series comes with Liberty’s standard three-year warranty.
1 HP Grinder packages for residential and light commercial use. Uses : anywhere where they may have stuff put into the pit that won’t pass through a regular sewage pump.
Compact simplex grinder system – designed for sewage applications.
Suitable for basement bathroom additions and remodelling projects. A patented cutting technology called V-Slice® is used to shred harder-to-handle solids, such as feminine products, rags, towels, and wipes, that can jam solids-handling pumps.
- 115V or 230V
- Compact heavy-duty polyethylene basin and cover. IAPMO listed
- Systems can be installed above or below floor level
- 41 gallon capacity.
- Duplex / Plug and Play systems. For both regular sewage systems and grinder packages as mentioned above.( includes plug and play control panel).
- Compact duplex sewage system designed for light commercial and residential applications. Suitable for basement additions and remodelling projects.