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Each has room to spare in keeping even a large basement bone dry during heavy rains or spring snow melts.
Because of their design, pedestal pumps cost less and provide up to twice the longevity as submersible pumps.
Because the pump inlets are on top of the cast iron housing, it is particularly resistant to debris clogs.
Despite pedestal pumps having an undeserved reputation for being noisier than submersibles, buyers using this pump as a replacement for their old submersible report the noise level to be the same or less.
This is a sturdy, non-descript pedestal sump pump that will serve most basements or crawlspaces just fine.
Wayne’s SPV-800 pedestal sump pump is built to last with enough power to keep a basement sump empty even during heavy rains.Because of the long float travel, it is ideal for deeper sump basins, which reduces the number of off/on cycles during high water periods.The 1.5-inch NPT outlet matches standard plumbing pipes and a generous 10-foot electric cord makes hookup a breeze.One buyer noted that the packaging leaves something to be desired as their pump rolled in the box, which resulted in a broken float rod.The extra punch the SPV-800 has over 1/3 HP pumps means the motor will never strain.