sewage ejector

sewage ejector

A device for raising sewage by entraining it in a high-velocity jet of water, air, or steam.
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I tell a customer I can put a sewage ejector in there, but that means I have to break into the floor to run my sewer lines.
Among them are commercial flush-valve toilets that run, slow drains, dripping from the spout, garbage disposers, sewage ejector pumps, how to find the septic tank, frozen pipes, and mystery leaks on the floor.
The project included a reverse osmosis system, processed water, lab gases, natural gas, steam and condensate, chilled and heated water, sanitary waste and vent, steam hot water heaters, refrigerant piping, vacuum and sewage ejector pump packages, changeover/bypass variable air system, fan coil, cabinet and unit heater, power ventilators, reheat coils, radiant panels, and lab fixtures.
Gone is the need for costly excavation of the existing floor to make drainage connections, as required by conventional plumbing fixtures; or the creation of a raised floor to install a drain line, as required by systems using a sump or sewage ejector.
Yeomans Chicago Corporation is a manufacturer of a broad line of pumps, motors, comminutors, and sewage ejectors serving the municipal wastewater markets.