Should I Use A Thermoplastic Sump Pump?
Homes with basements and low water tables use sump pumps to
prevent against flooding. They pump out water that accumulates
in the sump basin (usually found in basements) saving homeowners
from paying out large sums of money for flood damage.
A ruggedly-designed thermoplastic pump can deal with a variety of different solid content, providing a reliable and long-lasting solution for most applications. For example, Vanton's vertical thermoplastic sump pump is part of the Vissers' product range due to its ability to handle water of high purity, reagent chemicals and other fluids that can't be contaminated. Even the alloy steel shafts are separated from the fluid being pumped by thermoplastic sleeves.
The design of Vanton's thermoplastic sump pump prevents impeller binding at different temperatures by allowing expansion between the metal shaft and thermoplastic column. It can also be installed conventionally, skid mounted or floating on a pontoon.
While thermoplastic sump pumps might be the perfect solution for your needs, the type and brand of pump depends on the type and size of the application. Call our toll-free number on 1-800-367-4180 to talk through your process and we'll help you choose the right sump pump.
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