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Case Studies

Putting our Pumps to the Test

At Zoeller, we love to receive and share snapshots of where and how our products are being used around the globe. Below are some quick summaries of our latest success stories for Zoeller Pump Company.

Old Pump Jp Bachand Out Of Pit On Side 47-Year-Old Sump Pump Retires

A typical sump pump, when installed correctly in an appropriate application, can usually be expected to have a lifespan of anywhere between 7 - 10 years depending on the application. However, every once in a while, you might run across an exception to the norm.

3/28/2018  |  Read More
31 Year Pump Three Decades Running

"How long should my sump pump last?" This is one of the most common questions, and the answer is seven to ten years. However, here is the latest testimony from a customer replacing his Zoeller sump pump after 31 years!

1/30/2018  |  Read More
Korea Library National Library of Korea

The National Library of Korea was founded in 1945 and has been in its current location since 1988. The main building consists of seven floors and a basement level, and two smaller buildings are attached.

8/15/2017  |  Read More
Le Loi Le Loi Hospital

The Le Loi Hospital consists of a clinic, an emergency room, and a labor room. The hospital utilizes a small wastewater treatment system for all discharged waste from the buildings.

8/15/2017  |  Read More
Screen Shot 2017 08 15 At 1 51 16 Pm Jumex Centroamericana

Jumex is a fruit juice manufacturer based in Mexico. When a processing plant was opened in El Salvador in 2009, it was required to have its own wastewater treatment plant on site. A local Zoeller distributor, is running this system utilizing their own chemical treatment process powered by Zoeller pumps.

8/15/2017  |  Read More
Cpc CPC Gas Station

It is likely in this type of location that gasoline may drip onto the ground around the filling stations and would then be washed into the pump pits by rainfall. This can create a hazardous environment, which requires a hazardous duty pump to remove water from the building’s foundation.

8/15/2017  |  Read More
Cathaway Cathay-HCM

This healthcare center is located in a rented, commercial building. Since the company is not permitted to destroy or change the structure of the facility, they are not able to install buried discharge piping through which wastewater would be moved away from the foundation.

7/18/2017  |  Read More