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Below Ground Lift Stations
A below ground lift station is a type of pump system buried below ground in residential areas to transfer wastewater and municipal sewage. The pumps that transfer the wastewater are trash pumps enclosed in a mildew resistant container called an enclosure. There are various controls built in to the pump system to control pressure and provide warnings to public works officials of too much pressure or other trouble with the equipment.
 
base mounted pump station for above ground applications
Specifications
  Size 3", 4", 6", 8", 10", 12"  
  Max. Capacity 6300 GPM (397 lps)  
  Max. Head 115' (35 m)  
  Max. Solids 3" (76 mm)  
  Max. Temperature 160 F (71 C)  
  Motor Options 200 V 3 phase, 230 V Single phase, 230 V 3 phase, 460 V 3 phase  
       
Features
Trash Flow® Pumps
  • Designed for Trash Flow® TFCC-3™-TFCC-12™ self priming centrifugal pumps
  • 3"-12" connection sizes available
  • Engineered specifically for municipal sewage and waste water pumping in residential areas
  • Select from duplex-triplex pump arrangements
  • 3"-12" connection sizes available
  • No need for elevators or platforms
  • Controls
  • NEMA rated controls with several custom warning system options available
  • Options include adjustable pressure control, circuit breakers and overload reset systems
  • U.L. and C.S.A listed (Contact factory for details)
  • Wastecorp control panels and connections are clearly labelled for contractor installation
  • Enclosure
  • Designed to withstand mold, fungus, mildew
  • Customize your enclosure with as many or as few access panels as you require
  • Manhole opening can be locked for added security
  • Select from three colors to blend in with your environment
  • Warranty
  • Several warranty options available for pumps, controls and optional enclosure