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The Harlequin 1100L Sewage Pump Station is suitable for pumping sewage from a property to either a mains sewer connection, sewage treatment plant or septic tank. This chamber can also be used for pumping final stage effluent from a sewage treatment plant to a watercourse (subject to obtaining EA permits).
Harlequin pump chambers are manufactured from rotationally molded polyethene making them stronger and easier to handle than some of the GRP alternatives.
There is a twin pump version of this pump station.
Estimated Lead Time
1 - 2 weeks
Pump Station Installation Guide
1100L Pump Station Specification
1100L Pump Station Drawing
Harlequin Pump Station Brochure
Benefits of the Harlequin Effluent Pump Station
When do you need a pump station?
When the cost of groundworks to allow sewage to flow by gravity outweighs the cost of a sewage pumping station.
When the sewer line passes over a ridge.
If basement floors are too low to allow sewage flow by gravity.
Where gravity system has not been built.
What is a sewage pumping station and how does it work?
A pumping station is made up of a large tank, known as a wet well, that acts as the receiver for sewage from a building or a group of buildings. Sewage from individual houses flows into the wet well.
The sewage will then sit in the well until it reaches a predetermined level. Once it reaches this level, a pump will kick in to pressurise the sewage so that it will travel out of the wet well, uphill, to a point where it enters the main sewer, or that it can then travel into the main sewer using gravity.
Advantages of a Sewage Pump Station
What is a Grinder Pump?
Waste from water-using household appliances (toilets, bathrooms, washing machines etc.) flows through the home’s pipes into the grinder pump’s holding tank. Once the wastewater inside the tank reaches a specific level, the pump will turn on, grind the waste into a fine slurry, and pump it on to its next destination.
It is the customer's responsibility to offload with suitable equipment on the day of delivery and a failed delivery may result in additional charges.
Option for HIAB offload available on request at additional cost.
We recommend installers and/or plant hire & materials for install such as excavators, aggregates etc are not booked until you are in receipt of the goods. Direct Drainage cannot be held responsible for costs incurred due to unforeseen delays.
Lead times should only be used as a guide and are subject to change, please call our friendly team to confirm delivery and off-loading details on 01388 537 050.
A Standard Commissioning carried by an RA Dalton Ltd accredited Engineer will include the following:
On completion, RA Dalton will provide a site specific commissioning certificate
PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL ASK THAT A PRE COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST IS COMPLETED PRIOR TO ARRANGING ATTENDANCE TO ENSURE THE LEVEL OF COMMISSIONING REQUIRED IS STANDARD
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