A sewage pump transports waste material, such as human urine and feces, from a sewage basin to a septic tank or a sewer system. This pump is installed as low as possible on the bottom of the sewage basin. Different pumps are used for residential, municipal, and industrial applications. In residential applications, small submersible pumps are used that handle soft solids up to around 2 inches in diameter.
The difference between sump pumps and sewage pumps is the application and design. Sump pumps are used to get rid of unwanted water collected in basements. Sewage pumps in residential applications pump out fluids and liquids from bathrooms.
Featuring a fast transmission rate the unit can be used for real-time applications like pump control in wet wells and blocked sewer detection and in locations where other instruments cannot be fitted such as rising mains. Being ATEX and UKEx the unit is legal for installation in both the UK and Europe.
Being wireless and battery powered the unit can be installed in minutes slashing costs by eliminating the need to run cables and the need for IS barriers in systems.