Groupe H2O

Our wastewater pumping stations

* For informed readers who know about pumping stations: excavators, engineers or other people who want to pump wastewater!

What is a pumping station?

Also known as pumping stations, pumping stations are a component of some septic systems. The station includes a pump and a basin to collect water.

We manufacture or pre-assemble the pumping stations in our workshop. We can also assemble the larger stations directly on site.

We mainly sell our pumping stations to excavation contractors. But if you feel like having one, we are not stubborn…

Pumping stations are used to pump wastewater from one stage of treatment to another through the septic system. They are mostly used when the septic system is located higher than the wastewater to be pumped!

Each pumping station is equipped with an alarm. In the event of a malfunction, the alarm will sound to warn the occupants of the residence to stop using water. Thus, they will avoid any sewer backup.

They are usually located after the septic tank. It pumps the wastewater from the septic tank to the purifying element, for example to a leaching field. It is our best-selling station.

Possible pumping height: approximately 8.50 meters (28 feet).

They are used before the septic tank. The pump inside the station can pump solids up to 2″ in diameter.

Maximum pumping height: approximately 6 meters (20 feet).

It is located at the outlet of the septic tank. This pumping station can pump wastewater very high.

Possible pumping height: about 30 meters (100 feet) higher than the septic tank.

The pumping stations we have in stock are generally made of polyethylene. They are 5 to 8 feet high.

Depending on the needs, we can also have fiberglass posts of different heights.

Purchase and installation: $.

Maintenance: $

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