"This I do know beyond any reasonable doubt. Regardless of what you are doing, if you pump long enough, hard enough and enthusiastically enough, sooner or later the effort will bring forth the reward" - Zig Ziglar
Many buildings use a pump, or selection of pumps, to eject waste.
The pumps and their chambers need to be kept clean to allow correct operation of float activation switches, inlet and outlet valves, and pump impellers. Pipes can become progressively blocked.
Many operating pumps are now obsolete, with parts unobtainable if something should require attention, or may be operated by 20th century outmoded control panels with replacement electrical components harder to come by as time goes on.
We service, replace and clean pumps, pits and control panels.
A regular maintenance schedule will help all systems work at optimum performance and lessen the chances of an emergency, perhaps giving advance warning of potential problems – see PPM section.