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South Florida Lift Stations

With a new look in pumping solutions, South Florida Lift Stations Inc.
is moving forward as a company in a direction with two focuses.

Introduction

To have the best customer service in the industry, and to provide a excellent service and product. Honesty and commitment has been the backbone of South Florida Lift Inc. Stations since January 17, 2000. South Florida Lift Stations Inc. is building a reputation for using the highest quality fiberglass and pump control products in wastewater industry. In addition to lift Stations, Septic Tanks, Irrigation Stations, and a wide variety of commercial and residential control systems.
South Florida Lift Station Inc. has an excellent selection of all sorts of pumps for your convenience for example Homa, Myers, Zoeller, Hydromactic. At South Florida Lift Stations Inc. each and every customer is are number one customer please contact us today, and experience the solution for yourself.

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Why Choose South Florida Lift Stations Inc.

SALES

We carry all major brands thus giving our customers different options when purchasing new parts. Our sales team will always give you expert and educated advice and can also help with specific case design.

SERVICE

Our service department is staffed with factory trained and certified technicians. This ensures you that your equipment is being properly serviced by the most knowledgeable and qualified personnel available.

MAINTENANCE

We recommend that all systems with pumps and motors are checked monthly to avoid any problems. The number of visits varies depending on the number of hours your system is operating.

What Is A Lift Station

A lift station can be used in more than one application, as far as water transportation, sewage, wastewater and sludge. With specified gallon per minute and a total dynamic head pressure a station can deliver an excellent solution to all your pumping needs. A lift station is most commonly used in a fiberglass wet well or a concrete wet well, in some cases a fiberglass / concrete holding or dosing tanks.

Control panels for lift stations can be personally designed to meet the specifications for any job. In many applications a lift station can be a temporary or permanent route to providing a pumping solution. For example South Florida Lift Station Inc. uses H20 traffic bearing fiberglass basins and fiberglass reinforced valve boxes all hatch covers are constructed out of aluminum and all hardware is 304 stainless steel.

The pumps are designed to slide up and down on guide rail systems with a locking cantilever discharge base for easy and convenient installation and removal of pumps. Pumps come in all sorts of models as far as: Grinder Pumps, Non Glog Pumps, Sump Pumps and Sludge Pumps. Please contact us for you’re innovative pumping solution.

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Featured Photos

A Few Pictures Of The Projects We Have Completed.

Blog Posts

The Importance of Knowing The Acceptable Runtime For Sewage Pumps

Knowing the acceptable runtime for sewage pumps is crucial for optimal performance and durability. Monitoring runtimes helps detect issues early and maintain efficiency. Factors like pump size, water volume, and distance affect runtime. Calculating appropriate runtimes prevents wear and damage, saving energy costs. Exceeding limits can lead to breakdowns and

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Lift Station Vs. Pump Station: The Key Differences

Did you know that in the United States alone, there are over 20,000 lift stations and pump stations supporting municipal wastewater systems? Understanding the nuances between these essential components can be crucial for optimizing your sewage infrastructure. As you explore the functionalities and advantages of lift stations and pump stations,

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Grinder Pump vs. Sewage Pump: What’s the Difference?

Are you tired of wading through a sea of pump options, desperately searching for the right one to meet your wastewater needs? Well, fear not because we’re here to shed some light on the key differences between sewage pumps and grinder pumps. These two pumping solutions may seem similar at

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