Wastewater, otherwise known as sewage, can be very difficult to deal with, especially when it backs up. This is why manufacturers sell devices called sewage ejectors (sometimes confused with sump pumps) to help plumbers remove excess sewage so that they can do their jobs.
Sewage ejectors are actually simple devices. They take in wastewater by spinning a rotor inside the pump. The water is then forced out the other end, where it is discharged. Most pumps are small in size, yet the amount of water that they can displace is quite high.
If you have a sewage backup on your property, it is likely that the plumber will need to use a sewage ejector. Rainforest Plumbing & Air technicians are never without one of these handy devices. Give us a call today at (480) 615-7766
to schedule service!
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