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Everbilt 6/10 HP Sewage Pump

Model # ESE60W-HDC|Store SKU # 1000803408

Overview

Model # ESE60W-HDC Store SKU # 1000803408

The Everbilt 6/10 HP submersible sewage pump is constructed of heavy - duty cast iron and features a PSC motor for energy efficiency and savings. The pump is engineered to pass 2-inch solids and designed for use in wastewater applications such as basement sewage systems, mound systems, effluent/sewer. Laundry facilities, grain storage and high capacity dewatering purposes.

  1. Energy efficient PSC (permanent split capacitor) motor
  1. Capacities up to 9910 GPH and 26 ft. of head
  1. Heavy duty cast iron construction for strength and durability
  1. Submersible for quiet operation
  1. Designed to pass up to 2-inch solids
  1. Engineered for long life
  1. Piggyback float switch design allows for automatic or manual operation
  1. Call 1-844-883-1872 for Installation Help

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
11.61
Assembled Height (in inches)
15.75
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
40.80
Assembled Width (in inches)
8.66
Packaged Depth (in inches)
12.6
Packaged Height (in inches)
17.32
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
40
Packaged Width (in inches)
9.84

Details

Certified
Country of Origin
CN-China
Facilities Maintenance
No

Warranty / Certifications

For more information please contact 1-800-628-0525.
6/10 HP Sewage PumpEverbilt 6/10 HP Sewage PumpThe Everbilt 6/10 HP submersible sewage pump is constructed of heavy - duty cast iron and features a PSC motor for energy efficiency and savings. The pump is engineered to pass 2-inch solids and designed for use in wastewater applications such as basement sewage systems, mound systems, effluent/sewer. Laundry facilities, grain storage and high capacity dewatering purposes.
Everbilt
1000803408
CAD4692022-05-26
The Home Depot Canada
6/10 HP Sewage Pump is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 104.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from No good its not working well i am waiting for... No good its not working well i am waiting for my plumber he come i return
Date published: 2022-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far, so good. So far so good, but it has only been 2 weeks. Perhaps a bit noisier than the old one.
Date published: 2022-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pump works great. So happy we bought this item.... Pump works great. So happy we bought this item. Best pump we have ever bought in the 28 years we have owned the property.
Date published: 2022-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I think the pump works very well and it’s very... I think the pump works very well and it’s very dependable
Date published: 2022-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Plenty of power to do the job in almost any home The pump has plenty of power and is quiet during pumping operation. The overall pumping system does create a noise when it shuts off during pump-out. That may be more of an issue with the check valve that my plumber used. He mentioned that a quieter valve he likes was not available. I think rubber foot covers on the pump might also reduce the noise. There are actually two pumps in the basement buildout I am doing. The other one has a float switch that rides on a vertical rod. I mention this because the tethered switch on this pump was caught on the wiring when I first tested it after the plumber said it was ready to go. It was easy enough to correct but it was not an issue with my other pump. This pump certainly has plenty of power for the average basemen t bathroom project. In my area the code requires that the vertical riser pipe and fittings be Schedule 40 PVC and NOT DWV fittings, which are NOT rated for pressure applications. With the power of this pump, it makes sense to have those Schedule 40 fittings with their deeper sockets that won't easily come undone with the constant surges of the pump starts and stops over time. Also, I will probably add a plastic union to the riser piping to facilitate and required maintenance in the future. It may be easy enough for a plumber to cut pipe and repair it but anticipated maintenance at some point makes more sense to me. A 2 inch union cost about $15 or $16 and is much cheaper than the charge for a plumber to do the cut-and-replace repair.
Date published: 2022-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Crappy crapper pump Wouldn’t even give this one star. Pump has seized up and was installed 21 days ago.
Date published: 2022-02-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Maybe it’s good, I used it one week!... Maybe it’s good, I used it one week!
Date published: 2022-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tighten the bolts! I just put in the 3/4 HP pump and I tightened the bolts after reading the other review. All three of mine were pretty loose. Hopefully that prevents it from coming apart like it did for the other guy.
Date published: 2022-01-31
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Where is this pump (1/2hp) made?

Where is this pump (1/2hp) made?
Asked by: Michael
Go on home depots website that information is there
Answered by: Deede
Date published: 2022-03-02

Does this pump have an internal "weeper hole", or would I need to drill one in the discharge pipe to prevent air-lock?

Does this pump have an internal "weeper hole", or would I need to drill one in the discharge pipe to prevent air-lock?
Asked by: Mike
Mike, thank you for your question. You would need to drill an air bleed hole into the discharge pipe, approximately 1" from where the pipe screws into the discharge hole. If you need anything else, please feel free to contact our customer service at 844-883-1872. Regards, Everbilt Customer Service
Answered by: Everbilt Customer Service
Date published: 2022-01-19

I need to pump sewage up 10 feet and then about 50 to main drain. Will this do the job?

I need to pump sewage up 10 feet and then about 50 to main drain. Will this do the job?
Asked by: Junior
Junior, Thank you for your question. Yes, the 3/4 HP will absolutely do the job under those requirements. The 1/2 HP version will also work fine with those requirements. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Regards, Everbilt Customer Service
Answered by: Everbilt Customer Service
Date published: 2022-01-14

I bought the Everbilt 6/10 sewage pump. It has a threaded hole in the top of the unit about 1/8th in diameter. It looks like a screw is missing there. I don't want to submerge it until I find out what is missing or not. Thanks.

Asked by: Terry
Terry, thank you for your question. Yes, you are perfectly fine to submerge this pump. That hole is an alternate float switch tethering point. It allows you to mount the cord of your float switch in another place. If you need anything else, please feel free to contact our customer service at 844-883-1872. Regards, Everbilt Customer Service.
Answered by: Everbilt Customer Service
Date published: 2021-12-20

We have a water softening system in our basement that uses salts. If we drain our softening system into the ejector pit, will the salts cause the pump to lock up? Or can the pump handle water with low levels of salts in them?

We have a water softening system in our basement that uses salts. If we drain our softening system into the ejector pit, will the salts cause the pump to lock up? Or can the pump handle water with low levels of salts in them?
Asked by: Tommy
Tommy, Thank you for your question. The pump will continue to work with the brine discharge being emptied into the pit. However, the salt will have an affect over time and could lesson the overall life of the pump as it is not designed to pump brine water. Regards, Everbilt Customer Service
Answered by: Everbilt Customer Service
Date published: 2022-01-16

can this pump be used in the Everbilt SW07501TC uplift system? my old pump died and I need to replace it.

can this pump be used in the Everbilt SW07501TC uplift system? my old pump died and I need to replace it.
Asked by: Karl
Karl, Thank you for your question. We do not manufacture the upflush system you are referencing, however the sewage pump will work in this application providing that it will fit dimensionally into your existing system. Regards Everbilt Customer Service
Answered by: Everbilt Customer Service
Date published: 2021-09-22

Can I use ABS pipe instead of PVC?

Can I use ABS pipe instead of PVC?
Asked by: Bill
You can use abs
Answered by: JOHN
Date published: 2021-07-29

Had a everbilt 6/10 pump and randomly it stopped and would just hum and just replaced it with the...

Had a everbilt 6/10 pump and randomly it stopped and would just hum and just replaced it with the 3/4hp everbilt pump and it is doing the exact same thing any ideas ?
Asked by: Travis
Check valve might be jammed closed and the pump struggles to push water through it.
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2021-06-25
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