Grey Water Pump

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Grey Water Pump

Grey water pumps are predominantly submersible pumps which are used as a fitting within a grey water recycling system. 

A grey water pump is used in both domestic, commercial and industrial applications. In a domestic situation a grey water pump moves dirty water from your bath, washing machine, shower, kitchen sink and dishwasher. Often called a sump pump a grey water pump clears dirty water and waste water from a lower area to a higher elevation and can be placed in a sump area or in a pump station.

There are many grey water pumps on the market with the size chosen for your grey water application being dependant on the maximum size of the particles being moved in the water, the distance required and the maximum head required.

If you are unsure of which style of grey water pump you require follow the guide of our pump station quote for assistance.