Sewage pumps are commonly used in India to remove sewage and effluents from a variety of places. Their name comes from the fact they pump waste water or water containing suspended solids. Sewage pumps come in two types; dry surface pumps and submersible pumps.
The Taro Pumps range are Submersible dewatering pumps, non clog sewage pumps and Submersible cutter pumps. For more information about Taro sewage pumps and their uses, see our sewage pump buyers guide.
Sewage Pumps are used for pumping sewage and waste from:
- Bungalows & Apartments
- Public and Industrial Buildings
- Schools, Collages, Restaurants and Hotels
Additionally, sewage pumps can be used for dewatering of trenches and pits, pumping water from docks, ports and vessels in marine applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Sewage Pump Comparisons
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