Stepros pump vaults house a high-head effluent pump that is used for pumping effluent from a septic tank or a dosing tank in a Septic Tank Effluent Pump (STEP) system. Pump vaults create a compartment inside an existing septic tank that can eliminate the need to install an additional pump tank. Each pump vault includes a filter that removes solids larger than 1/8″.
Benefits of Stepros pump vaults
- Reduce maintenance time spent pulling and cleaning effluent pump filters.
- Patented self-cleaning design and active filter flush expels accumulated solids from the filter chamber each time the pump runs.
- Designed for easy installation and maintenance. Removable filter leaves pump and vault in place.
- Effluent filter includes integrated removable float tree. Change floats without pulling the filter.
What makes Stepros pump vaults different from all other pump vaults?
Stepros pump vaults use a patented self-flushing design to prevent the build-up of solids on the filter. Each time the pump activates, a small amount of filtered effluent is pumped back to the filter chamber to flush out any solids. Less solids mean less maintenance and fewer service calls.
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How do Stepros pump vaults work?
Solids are discharged away from the filter and back into the tank each time the pump discharges effluent.
Typical STEP system installation in a single-compartment septic tank.
Available Pump Vault Sizes
Pump vaults are available in three sizes: 45″, 54″, and 78″ heights.
Stepros pump filters are easy to remove without pulling the pump vault.
The integrated float tree makes float maintenance simple without pulling the filter.