FS Mini Micro Sewage Pumping Station
A packaged pump station is used when gravity drainage on site cannot be achieved. The waste from the site flows into an underground storage chamber, where it is then pumped to the main sewer. Packaged pump stations can be used for both foul water (sewage) and surface water applications. Our packaged pump station systems are designed to have a 24 hour storage capacity and are manufactured to BSEN752-6 standards.
The FS Mini Micro Sewage Pump Station is suitable for a domestic sewage pumping station for use in areas where gravity flow is not available. It can be used for various drainage applications, with the mini system also used for the transfer of sewage or waste water, all specially designed for easy installation. Mini Micro is a small sewage pump station also suitable for extensions, garden rooms and small applications. Particularly suitable when water or sewage is collected lower than the main sewer or a septic tank system. All you need is supplied so you just need to supply the pipework to and from the station, plus any fittings. A high water alarm is available if required. The FS Mini Micro Pumping Station comes with a submersible pump with 50mm solid handling for peace of mind
Cast iron/stainless steel construction.
50mm (2") solids handling capacity
Coolant filled motor.
10 Meter cable.
Max 6 Meter lift.
Max flow 5 L/sec
Float switch as standard.
Screw down lid (Pedestrian rated)
1 x 110mm/160mm inlet seal to allow inlet to be drilled on site.
40mm cable duct.
2" internal pipe work
2" non-return valve
2" quick release coupling
2" cable duct
Special audible/visual high level alarm control box available.
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|Tank Use:||Below Ground|
|Twin or Single :||Single|
Head: 6 Metre
minimum sump depth 200mm, that needs to be left in the bottom of the tanks before drilling the inlet