Wayne RPP50 - 1/2 HP Cast Iron Sewage Pump (2") w/ Piggyback Tether Float

Wayne RPP50 - 1/2 HP Cast Iron Sewage Pump (2") w/ Piggyback Tether Float
Model: RPP50
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Product Description
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Style
Sewage Pumps
GPH
6200
Gallons
Switch Type
Piggy-Back Tether Float Switch
Style
Sewage Pump
GPH
6200 Gallons
Switch Type
Piggy-Back Tether
Features
Features
  • Piggy-Back Tether Float Switch
  • For automatic or manual operation
  • Epoxy Coated Cast Iron Construction
  • Offers years of reliable, trouble-free operation
  • High Capacity 2" Discharge
  • Capable of handling 2" solids
  • Designed For Easy Installation
  • No plumbing changes
  • Designed For Quiet Operation
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Lower ball bearings keep the noise levels down
Specifications
Base
Base Material
Cast Iron
Min Sump Basin Size
18 Inch
Motor
Voltage
120 Volt
Running Amps
6.3
Thermal Protection
Yes
Power Cord Length
10 Feet
Oil Free Motor
No
Engine
Horsepower
.5 hp
Pump
Housing Material
Cast Iron
Solids Handling Size
2 inch
Float Type
Piggy-Back Tether Switch
GPH @ 0 feet
6200
GPH @ 5 feet
4800
GPH @ 10 feet
3240
GPH @ 15 feet
1500
Discharge Port Size
2 Inch
Built-in check Valve
No
Float On
16 Inches
Float Off
7.5 Inches
Manual Override
Yes
Submersible
Yes
Overview
Weight
26 Pounds
Product Width
9.75 Inches
Product Height
14 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
040066207555
Style
Sewage Pumps
GPH
6200
Gallons
Switch Type
Piggy-Back Tether Float Switch
Style
Sewage Pump
GPH
6200 Gallons
Switch Type
Piggy-Back Tether
Features
Features
  • Piggy-Back Tether Float Switch
  • For automatic or manual operation
  • Epoxy Coated Cast Iron Construction
  • Offers years of reliable, trouble-free operation
  • High Capacity 2" Discharge
  • Capable of handling 2" solids
  • Designed For Easy Installation
  • No plumbing changes
  • Designed For Quiet Operation
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Lower ball bearings keep the noise levels down
Specifications
Base
Base Material
Cast Iron
Min Sump Basin Size
18 Inch
Motor
Voltage
120 Volt
Running Amps
6.3
Thermal Protection
Yes
Power Cord Length
10 Feet
Oil Free Motor
No
Engine
Horsepower
.5 hp
Pump
Housing Material
Cast Iron
Solids Handling Size
2 inch
Float Type
Piggy-Back Tether Switch
GPH @ 0 feet
6200
GPH @ 5 feet
4800
GPH @ 10 feet
3240
GPH @ 15 feet
1500
Discharge Port Size
2 Inch
Built-in check Valve
No
Float On
16 Inches
Float Off
7.5 Inches
Manual Override
Yes
Submersible
Yes
Overview
Weight
26 Pounds
Product Width
9.75 Inches
Product Height
14 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
040066207555
Product Specs
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Specifications
Base
Base Material
Cast Iron
Min Sump Basin Size
18 Inch
Motor
Voltage
120 Volt
Running Amps
6.3
Thermal Protection
Yes
Power Cord Length
10 Feet
Oil Free Motor
No
Engine
Horsepower
.5 hp
Pump
Housing Material
Cast Iron
Solids Handling Size
2 inch
Float Type
Piggy-Back Tether Switch
GPH @ 0 feet
6200
GPH @ 5 feet
4800
GPH @ 10 feet
3240
GPH @ 15 feet
1500
Discharge Port Size
2 Inch
Built-in check Valve
No
Float On
16 Inches
Float Off
7.5 Inches
Manual Override
Yes
Submersible
Yes
Overview
Weight
26 Pounds
Product Width
9.75 Inches
Product Height
14 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
040066207555
Reviews
(121)
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Wayne RPP50 Reviews & Ratings
93% of Reviewers Recommend This Product
Product Q&A
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Will this pump work as a sewer ejection pump for a basement bathroom or do I need a 'grinder' pump?
Bryan W. 
from Michigan 
May 02, 2017
Answer
Hello Bryan. In most cases, a standard SEWAGE PUMP will do the job for you. If however, you expect problems from people flushing something other than normal sewage, like baby wipes, towels, feminine products, etc., a GRINDER PUMP would be more effective.
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Is this pump rated for outdoor use? I have a drainage sump at a low point of the driveway.
John B 
from Texas 
May 13, 2015
Answer
Most any sump or sewage pump can be installed outdoors, however all electrical connections must be done indoors or they need to be very well protected from the elements.
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Can the plugs on this pump be cut and hard wired without any issue?
Ralph 
from Kentucky 
March 10, 2015
Answer
That is a field alteration and warranty is voided Yes it can be done NO WARRANTY if the cords are cut.
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Is this pump use 110v or 230v?
Anthony T 
from Texas 
September 17, 2013
Answer
The Wayne model RPP50 is rated at 110 volts. Actually, most of our sewage pumps are rated for 110 volts. The few that are not, will be noted under the features on the pump product page if they are 240 volt rated.
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how big of a pump do I need for a bath room in the basement.
Art Miranda 
from Indiana 
June 12, 2012
Answer
The Wayne model RPP50 would be more than sufficient or you might look at the Superior 1/2 HP Cast Iron Sewage Pump System model 93015 or the Bur-Cam 4/10 HP Heavy Duty Cast Iron Sewage Pump System model 400419T. These systems would provide everything you need with the exception of the PVC for your discharge and vent.
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Do you have to use float switch or can you manually turn the pump on and off. it is a Wayne RPP50 - 1/2 HP Cast Iron Tether Float Switch Sewage Pump
Gerald Baker 
from Pennsylvania 
May 10, 2012
Answer
The Wayne model RPP50 does come with a "piggyback" style tether float switch and can be operated manually if you wish. Just be sure that you do NOT run it dry.
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Is it ok if this pump gets submerged in 4 feet of water
Tom Bice (Thomas C. Bice) 
from Wisconsin 
December 20, 2011
Answer
No problem, however please keep in mind the the float would activate and drain most of your basin and would continue to operate in that fashion as long as the basin is filling with water.
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Wayne RPP50 - 1/2 HP Cast Iron Tether Float Switch Sewage Pump. The spec sheet states it runs at 6.3 amps but I have seen other ads elsewhere that show the same Wayne pump RPP50-1/2hp at 15 hp. Which is the accurate amps/ ^.3 or 15 amps?
Gary 
from Louisiana 
May 17, 2011
Answer
The 6.3 amp rating is the motor full load amps and the 15 amp rating is the minimum circuit amperage required for the pump.
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RE: MODEL RPP50 IT HAS A 2" DISCHARGE. MY TRUCK WELL HAS A 1 1/2" PIPE TRU THE CONCRETE. CAN I REDUCE THIS PUMP FROM 2 TO 1 1/2 WITHOUT MESSING IT UP?
FRED ESPOSITO 
from Florida 
April 04, 2011
Answer
For sewage pumps, it is recommended that you keep the same discharge size since the pump is capable of handling 2" solids.
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I 'm finishing my basement and I need a ejector pump since my main sewer pump is three feet above the basement floor. I'm putting in a sink, toilet, sink and a wet bar. What type of ejector pump would be best in my situation.
Tim 
from New Jersey 
January 30, 2011
Answer
What you just described is a standard sewage/ejector pump application.

A 4/10 or 1/2 HP sewage pump would meet your needs.
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