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  1. I recently cleared all the rainwater drains around my house - 7 in all as a lot of them had been neglected by previous owners and were full of rubbish. I also used a pressure washer and most of the drains now run freely. One of them round the back was not so easy. It refused to clear. I put the high pressure hose attachement ( the sort with reverse direction jets and one forward facing one) down and still the level just kept rising. In the end, I just stuck an old mop down it and just vigorously pumped it. It seemed to clear. I came home from work tonight and the drain is now full to the brim with poo!This drain is about 6' from main soil stack. Any ideas?
  2. Canoeboy

    Gilkes Pump

    From the album: Sewage Pumps and Control Panels

    Large Gorman Rupp (Gilkes) vortex sewage pump

    © Canoeboy

  3. From the album: Sewage Pumps and Control Panels

    Twin Station Control Panel with Inverters controlling flow by speed, system uses pressure transducers for head on discharge main, panel has the ability to have a generator plugged in for main failure. battery Backup provided for text messaging over GSM in the event of a power cut.

    © Canoeboy

  4. From the album: Sewage Pumps and Control Panels

    Twin Station Control Panel with Inverters controlling flow by speed, system uses pressure transducers for head on discharge main, panel has the ability to have a generator plugged in for main failure. battery Backup provided for text messaging over GSM in the event of a power cut.

    © Canoeboy

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