SUMP PUMP LIDS : SMALL SOLAR PUMPS : IMPLANTABLE INFUSION PUMPS.
Sump Pump Lids
- a suction pump for removing liquid from a sump
- (Sump Pumps) Sump pumps are responsible for pumping excess ground water from the basement to the outside of the home. For those of you that have ever experience water back up in your basement, you know all about how much cleaning is involved and how much damage can be caused.
- A sump pump is a pump used to remove water that has accumulated in a water collecting sump pit, commonly found in the basement of homes.
- A removable or hinged cover for the top of a container
- The operculum of a moss capsule
- (lid) eyelid: either of two folds of skin that can be moved to cover or open the eye; "his lids would stay open no longer"
- (lid) hat: headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
- An eyelid
- (lid) a movable top or cover (hinged or separate) for closing the opening at the top of a box, chest, jar, pan, etc.; "he raised the piano lid"
sump pump lids - ADVANCED DRAINAGE
ADVANCED DRAINAGE INC. -1524ADL SUMP PUMP LINER [Misc.]
A heavy-duty product molded from strong, yet lightweight, high-density polyethylene plastic. Completely corrosion proof and acid, alkali, and frost-resistant. Will not crumble, break, or rust. 3 preformed inlet collars accept corrugated lines from inside the basement perimeter or floor drains. These lines snap on the collars quickly and easily. A molded in panel on the side of the sump (which normally faces toward the basement footer) is designed for accepting the outside basement perimeter drainage line at the height desired. Lid model No. 1537ADL (not included) fits inside top diameter of sump. Liner size: 19" x 24".
water gets sucked from the cooler with the white lid (via sump pump) goes into the "in" side of the Immersion chiller (IC), then it goes thru the coils of the IC and exits the "out" side, travels thru the white hose the inlet of the prechiller (to help chill the water before it gets back to the main cooler so as not to melt all the ice right away), goes thru the PC and exits back to the main cooler.
Finally finished with the block work. I added a concrete filled pier to the center and beam pockets to the front and back so I could half the joist span using a 4ply 2x12 beam. I also blocked in the sump crock so I could put a lid on it to keep the sound of the pump isolated.