Common questions

Who manufactures Myers pumps?

Who manufactures Myers pumps?

In 1986, Pentair purchased the Myers brand of pumps and grinders from McNeil Corporation of Akron, Ohio, vaulting the company to a position of leadership in the wastewater industry, and bringing its customers some of the best wastewater submersible solids handling pumps in the world.

Are Myers pumps Made in USA?

Myers industrial high pressure pumps are designed, developed, manufactured, assembled and tested in Ashland, Ohio, U.S.A.

Where are Pentair Myers pumps made?

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Myers pumps are manufactured by the Pentair Corporation based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

What is a Myers pump?

Myers Pumps manufacturers jets and submersible well pumps; sump, effluent & sewage pumps; high pressure reciprocating and centrifugals pumps for residential, commercial and industrial use. Kingh Pumps is a stocking distributor of Myers Pumps products.

What is an effluent pump used for?

Effluent pumps are used to pump grey-sewage liquid from a septic tank to a leach field. Unlike sewage pumps which handle larger solids, these pumps typically handle solids only up to 3/4″.

How do I buy a sump pump?

For most average-sized homes in areas with average water tables, a 1/3 HP sump pump should be sufficient. Typically, 1/3 HP pumps can handle 7′ – 10′ vertical lifts from the sump pit if they have one 90-degree elbow and a horizontal pipe run between 3 feet and 25 feet.

What’s the difference between a sewage pump and an effluent pump?

The main difference between an effluent pump and a sewage pump is that effluent pumps are meant for pumping grey water with minimal solids, preferably smaller than 1/2″ in diameter, whereas sewage pumps are designed to handle human waste-solids and sewage materials up to 2″ diameters.

What is the difference between a sump pump and effluent pump?

When compared to a sump pump, a septic effluent pump has a greater level of durability. It is built with the ability to remove water at a more demanding pace than a sump pump. Some contractors may choose to swap a sump pump for a septic effluent pump in a pinch, but they compromise durability by doing so.

Do I need a 1/3 or 1/2 HP sump pump?

There is no “correct” size. The horsepower requirement for a house is determined by the area of drainage connected to the sump, the depth to groundwater, the depth of the basement and many other factors. A 1/3 horsepower (hp) pump is satisfactory for most houses, but a 1/2 hp pump doesn’t cost that much more.

How long should a sewage pump last?

7 to 10 years
While most sewage ejector pumps are designed to withstand at least 7 to 10 years of use, with some even lasting much longer, occasionally problems do arise long before the pump has reached the end of its life span.

Is there a Myers pump in Ashland County?

One of these pumps was discovered in Ashland County in 1967, still operating. The business grew and became more complex. In the 1930’s Myers began to market their products through wholesale distributors. Myers became involved internationally with an export sales effort.

Where was the first Myers hand pump made?

The F.E. Myers Company was established in Ashland Ohio in 1970. The company started by building products for the farming community. They later engineered and manufactured the first double acting hand pump. The company grew through the years and became an industry leader in several markets.

Where is Myers pump repair and service located?

We are your trusted Myers pump equipment and service center: new pumps & parts, application pump sizing, troubleshooting, full repairs, and more. The F.E. Myers Company was established in Ashland Ohio in 1970. The company started by building products for the farming community.

What kind of water pump does Myers make?

Myers residential products include a wide range of water well, sewage, sump, effluent and utility pumps & accessories for residential use. Myers engineered submersible solids handling pumps, grinder pumps and reciprocating pumps are manufactured for municipal, commercial and industrial global markets.

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