A Norwich, Connecticut factory is shut down with a serious mechanical problem on their commercial sewer pump system. Mark Kudlach from Saviour Septic responded with his team to work overnight and immediately remedy the issues.
With an intricate sewer system in place, the bearings went on the internal shaft. There is a 6-inch ductal iron line, a pump chamber, leading all the way up to 1,000 feet from point of entry with a 1,000-gallon chamber that fills up. There are a couple of floats and another pump on the other side. Saviour Septic replaced everything, including installing new Schedule 80 PVC piping. It’s a lot thicker than normal PVC piping for added strength and endurance.
Mark shows you how waste travels, exiting the building on its way to the city.