The sewage ejector pump is an essential part of your sewer and septic systems. If the pump fails, it could lead to major problems in your home or business.
Sewage ejector pump problems have always been a problem for the residents of our area. It causes a lot of pollution to the environment and affects the health of the residents. We have developed a solution to this problem. Our sewage ejector pump problem solutions are now available on our website.
What is a sewage ejector pump?
Sewage ejector pumps are pumps used to discharge wastewater from sewer lines, septic tanks, etc. They are also used to pump wastewater from cesspools, lagoons, and similar systems. They can also be called suction ejectors.
A sewage ejector pump removes wastewater from the kitchen sink, bathroom, or bathtub. It sucks the water out with a powerful vacuum created by an electric motor and a series of centrifugal pumps.
Explanation of Sewage ejector pump problems
- Clogs, this happens when you try to suck up silt and debris that gets stuck in the pump – sometimes the suction is so strong that the pipe is crushed
- Excessive wear and tear on the pipe happens because there is not enough pressure to remove the water
- Corrosion on the parts, usually the pipes are made of galvanized steel, which makes them susceptible to rusting
- The pump may overheat or fail to work, so the water will not get pushed out of the pump chamber.
- When the pump is turned on, if the suction valve does not close, the pump will never work correctly and the problem needs to be fixed right away.
- The impeller becomes clogged with silt or debris
- The impeller wears out and needs to be replaced
- Water hammer can damage the pump and plumbing
- The pump motor may need to be replaced
- High or low water flow rates
- High or low water temperatures
- The pump may be defective
- The pump may not work at all
- It may not push enough fluid to the surface