|Item Weight||27.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 11 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||57-0001|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||4320-01-284-0525|
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Zoeller 57-0001 M57 Basement High Capacity Sump Pump
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- 3/10 HP pump for residential sump pits or septic tanks
- 1½" discharge, passes 1/2" solids
- Automatic model with integral float switch
- Performance: 43 GPM at 5' TDH, shut-off: 19.25' TDH
- All cast iron construction with stainless steel guard and handle
- 100% factory tested
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When you have residential or commercial wastewater issues, you can count on Zoeller Pumps to deliver the very best solutions-our commitment to top quality offers you years of service and durability. Submersible pump for dewatering (sump) or effluent (septic tank systems). Float operated, submersible (NEMA 6) 2 pole mechanical switch & variable level long cycle
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1). Replace a new sump pump every 7~10 years.
If you don't lose electricity too often and your area does not rain too much. Maybe you don't need a battery backup sump pump. Instead, just simply replace a new sump pump every 7~10 years (even the old one still works fine) is a better/cheaper way.
2). Install a water alarm (with wire go into sump pump) for insurance purpose.
3). Replace the discharge pipe (from sump pump to check valve) as well. 1.5" PVC pipe and adapter is cheap. It's hard to take our the old one. Just replace a new one makes it easier.
4). Replace the check valve as well (make sure drill a 1/8" or 3/16" hole on the PVC pipe, check with your installation instructions).
5). Clean out all the dirt from the bottom of your sump pit. Cleaner sump pit makes the sump pump last longer.
6). Get a ceramic tile and put on the bottom of the sump pit. After I cleaned up all the dirt from my sump pit, I found out it is not flat (and strong enough) on the bottom of my sump pit for my sump pump. Place a ceramic tile solves the problem.
Hope this helps!
UPDATE 7/7/2020: Still chugging with zero maintenance! I haven't yet bought that backup I wrote about 2 years ago; instead, I'm planning to get the replacement switch to address the achilles' heel of these pumps and ensure that this beast keeps happily tossing water up and out of the sump. Other than that, this thing seems pretty indestructible.
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UPDATE: I will have had this pump installed for 3 years this May. During this time, I've had no issue with it. After the first few days, I thought that it had stopped working, because I hadn't heard it work since it was installed. I opened the pit and inspected it; it was working fine. I haven't heard it since. It's really that quiet.
Congratulations Zoeller! I may never need to buy another pump, but if I do I'll definitely be a repeat customer.
If you are in the market for a pump and quality is an important consideration for you, give Zoeller a close look.
Highest quality - hands down.
UPDATE : I HAVE REPLACED SWITCH ON THIS PUMP FOR SECOND TIME. THE SECOND TIME WAS ON MY DIME AS ZOELLER CANADA DID NOT RESPOND TO THIS PROBLEM. THEY GOT KNOCKED DOWN 2 STARS FOR LACK OF SUPPORT. THE PUMP BODY AND IMPELLER IS H.D. AND QUALITY IS GOOD. I GUESS I WOULD RECOMMEND - BUT CAUTION YOU ABOUT HOW YOU WILL MAKE OUT WITH SUPPORT FROM THE MANUFACTURER.
Update: 2+ years - no problems, runs quietly, works like a charm - upgraded to 5 stars.
The only drawback I can see so far: The installation instructions require that a 3/16" hole be drilled in the discharge pipe at top-of-pump level. This is to avoid any air locks. Makes sense. However since the pump is so strong, the stream of water that comes out of that hole while the pump is in operation is strong. It ends up spraying water off the pit walls and wetting the area with little droplets. Even with a split cover in place, it raises the overall moisture level. It also adds some gurgling sounds as the water drains out, making its operation a little louder if the sump is in a sound-sensitive area.