Sump, Sewage & Storm System Inspections

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Sump, Sewage & Storm System Inspections

Your sump and sewage pumps play a vital role in the operation of your building. Due to the fact that these pumps are often located in parkades or storage rooms they are often neglected until they suffer a failure. In order to offer some protection against this, James Electric provides a yearly sump and sewage pump inspection and report.

Sump Pumps and Sewage Pumps

At your request we will send a service technician to site to perform the following inspection:

  • Visual inspection of the pumps, motors (where applicable) and controls
  • Photograph pumps, controls and pit
  • Inspect all piping and connections for erosion/corrosion
  • Megger pumps and evaluate the control circuit wiring to determine if the pumps are grounded or low to ground
  • Record the full load current rating of each pump and the actual running amperage of each pump
  • Test the alarm circuit (if applicable)
  • Inspect and test the operation of each pump assembly
  • Inspect and test the operation of each float
  • Check the pump contactors for contact wear (if applicable)
  • Test the operation of the alternating relay
  • Check all panel lights to ensure that they are operational
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Inspect pump cables for damage due to oil, temperature or physical damage
  • Check pit for buildup of solids to determine if it requires cleaning
  • Provide a written report with our findings. This will be a comprehensive report that will outline the condition of your pumps and controls
  • A written quotation for repairs that are required is available on request

Call for pricing Prices are subject to change based on work required.

Factors that may increase the inspection costs are:

  • Confined space equipment
  • After regular hours (Monday to Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm)
  • Number of pumps
  • Physical location

Please contact our service department for more information