Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Water-Clear-Up offers emergency and non-emergency grinder pump repair and replacement. A grinder pump is a wastewater pumping device often associated with sewage and septic pump applications. Wastewater typically from fixtures, toilets, kitchen sinks, bathtubs, washing machines, etc. flows through the sewer pipe into the grinder pumps holding tank. Once the wastewater inside the tank reaches a specific level, the pump will turn on and grind the waste into a fine slurry, then pumps it to the central sewer system or septic tank. Grinder pumps have the option to be installed in the yard and differs from a sump pump or effluent pump.
There are two types of grinder pumps, semi-positive displacement and centrifugal. Grinder pumps are a type of submersible sewage (septic) pump that has cutting teeth incorporated onto the impeller to grind the sewage for pressure sewer applications. The discharge piping can be smaller since the wastewater is ground up to a liquid, high head conditions are a specific use for this design of pump.
Grinder pumps have grinding teeth on the inlet of the impeller, submersible motor.
Grinder pumps are used in residential, commercial and industrial pressure sewer systems, usually where high head conditions exist for sewage.
Grinder pumps usually pump sewage and other wastewater products.
Grinder pumps allow smaller diameter sewage piping than typical gravity drains. Also, the sewer lines can follow the contour of the land since they do not have to continuously drain to the collection point.
ROTO-ROOTER GRINDER PUMP REPAIR SERVICES:
- Onsite troubleshooting
- Removal of grinder pump from job-site (if required)
- Complete disassembly and inspection, including non-destructive testing
- Grinder pump parts replacement (as necessary)
Roto-Rooter can repair, rebuild, redesign, or upgrade your grinder pump to get it back in service as quick as possible with the reliability that you expect. We stand behind every rebuild or repair with our 100% workmanship guarantee.
Roto-Rooter’s Planned Maintenance Programs create peace of mind and system longevity.