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If you’re in need of a trusty utility pump, stop by one of L&M’s stores or shop directly online – we’ll help you tackle your water issue with ease.

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  1. Merrill 8-10 Gauge 1/2" x 3" 3-Wire Splice Kit
    Merrill Manufacturing Merrill 8-10 Gauge 1/2" x 3" 3-Wire Splice Kit
    $2.99
  2. Merrill No-Lead Pressure Switch 40/60
    Merrill Manufacturing Merrill No-Lead Pressure Switch 40/60
    $9.99
  3. Superior Pump 1/3HP Pedestal Pump
    Superior Pump Superior Pump 1/3HP Pedestal Pump
    $77.99
  4. Superior Pump 115 Volt Transfer Pump
    Superior Pump Superior Pump 115 Volt Transfer Pump
    $81.99
  5. Superior Pump 12 Volt Transfer Pump
    Superior Pump Superior Pump 12 Volt Transfer Pump
    $79.99
  6. Abbott Rubber 2" x 25' Blue PVC Discharge Hose
    Abbott Rubber Company Abbott Rubber 2" x 25' Blue PVC Discharge Hose
    $32.99
  7. Wayne 1/2 HP Sewage Pump
    Wayne Wayne 1/2 HP Sewage Pump
    $269.99
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Keep Water Away With A Trusty Utility Pump

Find top products from brands like Honda, Champion Power Equipment, Superior Pump and many more.

Different Types Of Water Pumps

Utility pumps are useful for moving water from one place to another. No matter what issue you’re facing, from flooding to sump maintenance and everything in between, you need the right type of water pump for the job. Browse the categories below to find the exact product you need:

Hand Pumps vs. Electric Water Pumps

There are two main water pump designs to choose from, manual and automatic. Here’s the main considerations between choosing a hand pump vs. electric pump:

FAQs

When should I use a submersible utility water pump?

Submersible utility water pumps are placed directly into the liquid that needs to be pumped out. Products similar to Wayne’s ½ HP Cast Iron Submersible Pump are commonly used to clear flood water, sewage and septic tanks.

How do water transfer utility pumps work?

All you need to do to use a transfer utility pump is to place the inlet hose in the liquid you want to remove and run the outlet hose to the disposal area.