Little Giant® Improves Popular Pit PlusTM Sewage Systems

22.10.2004

Little Giant® Pump Company has introduced new versions of its popular Pit PlusTM sewage systems. IAPMO approved Pit PlusTM sewage removal systems are pre-assembled with Little Giant® high performance 9S and 10S series sewage pumps. The systems are equipped with a 16-bolt steel cover, a 2" schedule 80 PVC discharge pipe and check valve.

In addition, nine new pre-packaged and pre-assembled models of the Pit PlusTM are now available with a corrosion-resistant, bolt-on flange, two-piece structural foam cover. The new two-piece lid allows for easy access to the pump. The split cover erases the need to remove the vent pipe when pulling the pump from the basin unit.

The Pit PlusTM large capacity roto-molded polyethylene basin has circumferential ribs for increased structural strength, external inlet hub that has been molded into the unit and anti-torque pump stops. The basin also has a 360° molded handle for easy handling during installation.

Other equipment on the Pit PlusTM removal systems includes a pump on/off switch and optional indoor/outdoor alarm systems. The alarms include mechanical float switches and are equipped with a red warning light, horn and silence switch.

Little Giant® controls every aspect of the manufacturing process – from the quality of the polyethylene and roto molding process, to the basin finishing. This assures a consistent quality sewage removal system, inside and out.

Tracing its beginnings to 1941, Little Giant's comprehensive line of pumps includes sump, effluent and sewage pumps, condensate pumps, magnetic drive pumps, utility pumps and pump products, sold through plumbing, HVAC and industrial distribution and other outlets globally.

For additional information about Little Giant® Pump Company and the new Pit PlusTM sewage removal systems, visit the company's website.

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