Product News: May 2021

Check out the latest product offerings for the onsite wastewater treatment industry

Product News: May 2021

Franklin Electric Little Giant 12E Series effluent pump
Franklin Electric’s Little Giant 12E Series 1/2 hp effluent pump for dewatering, water transfer and septic wastewater removal has a rugged design and features designed to meet the most challenging deep vault effluent applications. Each unit features a unique cloverleaf intake that allows for higher flow with 3/4-inch diameter solids handling. The cast iron impeller delivers superior clog resistance. Surrounding it all is a heavy-duty, epoxy-coated cast iron housing designed to stand up to extreme elements, including cold-weather climates where deep septic wells are common. Continuous-duty rated, the energy-efficient PSC motor includes thermal overload protection designed for reliable performance. The pumps are available in with either a manual or automatic switch option. 866-271-2859; www.franklinengineered.com.



Liberty Pumps PC441-10A sump pump combo system

The PC441-10A sump pump combo system from Liberty Pumps is a complete pre-assembled primary pump and 441-10A backup pump available in several primary pump models. The Model 441-10A emergency sump pump system is a mid-range product, falling between the base level 441 system and the higher-end 442 systems. It has a 10-amp charger and the high-output 12-volt battery-operated pump starts automatically when the power fails. Its compact design is drop-in-the-pit ready, making onsite installs quicker and easier. Primary pumps are available in 1/3 or 1/2 hp and are ready to connect to a 1 1/2-inch discharge. Charger features include two different modes that charge and maintain your battery, seven LEDs that transmit critical system information at a glance and a battery voltage indicator on the charger.  Other charger features include a self-resetting 24-hour silence and audible in-use alarm and light. 800-543-2550; www.libertypumps.com.



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