"Submersible Electric Sump Pumps"
Sump Pump Accessories
PVC Check Valve
Need a new check valve? We have an excellent quality, PVC Glue-in Check Valve. This check valve has a full-flow design with a serviceable flapper. 1 1/2" standard PVC. This is a heavy duty, long lasting check valve.
- PVC Check Valve 1-1/2 Inch $14.00
PVC Quiet Check Valve
Does the check valve on your sump pump make a lot of noise when it closes? Does it thump and flutter every time your sump pump operates? If the answer to these questions is "Yes," then you need a good quality, quiet check valve. We have just the right one for you. This is a high quality, 1½" PVC glue-in, True Union type check valve with a spring assisted flapper and full port opening. Finally make that sump pump operate quietly.
- PVC Check Valve 1-1/2 Inch -QU $29.00
To convert the SP3000 Sump Pump into a Secondary Stand-by Sump Pump
Ever consider installing a secondary sump pump? This would be a second, or redundant sump pump that can run in tandem with your primary sump pump. It is only needed when the primary sump pump fails or is overwhelmed, and the float switch is set to operate that way.
These are the parts that are needed to add to the SP3000 Sump Pump to convert it into a secondary, stand-by, electric sump pump system. This pump system sits inside the sump next to your primary pump and serves as an auxiliary sump pump.
This pump will not help during power failures (unless you have a standby generator), but it can take over when the primary sump pump simply dies while the power is still on. It can also assist the primary pump during heavy rainfalls when it may become overwhelmed.
- SP3000-S Kit $32.00
These are included in SP3000-S Add-on Kit:
- 1 ½" Discharge Hose x 4 Ft. long
- Two hose clamps
- 2" Discharge Tee and various PVC fittings to hook it up
- Assemble PVC parts to pump
- Cut primary sump pump discharge pipe and insert tee assembly
- Place pump in pit on concrete block
- Connect discharge hose
- Plug in and test pump
Vertical switch keeps a low profile and comes with its own pipe clamp attached. Simply open the clamp and wrap around the discharge pipe from the sump pump. Tighten the clamp as you position the float at the proper level on the pipe. Make any fine adjustments to the vertical range of the float ball so the pump operates within that desired range. Available with or without a "Piggy-Back Plug."
Vertical Float Switch With Piggy-Back Plug
With Piggy-Back plug and heavy-duty cord, you the pump into the back of the plug and then plug both together into a GFCI wall outlet.
- VFS-P $39.00
Vertical Float Switch with NO Plug (wire direct)
Comes with just two lead wires inside the heavy-duty cord, ready to connect into your system directly!
- VFS $36.00
Basepump Residential Sump Water Alarm
The Basepump water alarm is a single point, battery operated water alarm that sounds the alarm when water lifts the float. It has an 85 dB loud alarm that should be able to be heard from the basement.
This is the same alarm that is INCLUDED with every Basepump water powered backup sump pump. If you bought a Basepump there is no need to order this here unless you need a second one.
It uses a common 9 Volt battery that is designed to last up to one year in stand-by mode. It chirps to alert you to a low battery condition. There are "dry contacts" inside that may be used to connect to your home security system or to a simple auto-dialer. These may be able to notify you of a water problem before it becomes a bigger issue and much damage is done.
Some will say that if you have one of our pumps, what do you need an alarm for? But if the problem is a sump pump failure and not a power failure, you may not know about it for several days, or even longer and you won't be able to fix what you don't know about.
The sensor float on this alarm is mounted on a stainless steel bracket in the sump, either on the sump pump pipe, or on the side wall of the sump. Either way, you set the position based on the water levels in the sump. Some will place it at the same level as the backup sump pump float, others will put it higher or lower, depending on when they want to have it sound the alarm that the water is above normal. We recommend having it alarm at the same time that the backup pump starts. It will only alarm while the small float is held up, so if the pump does its job, you'll only hear the alarm momentarily, but if there is a bigger problem, the alarm will continue to sound and give you a chance to investigate.
- Basepump Residential Water Alarm: BWA $29.00
Basepump Commercial Sump Water Level Alarm
This alarm has its own dedicated float, a loud 85 dB alarm, and 9 Volt battery backup. Plug it into any standard 110 Volt GFCI protected electrical outlet for uninterrupted use.
Test button and silencer button make this easy to maintain and control. It can also be connected to your building security system for added protection.
- Basepump Commercial Water Alarm: SLA $89.00