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Wayne 57028-001 - 1-1/4" or 1-1/2" Slip-On Thermoplastic Check Valve

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Model: 57028-001
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Wayne 1-1/4" Check Valve Kit
Fits 1-1/2" or 1-1/4" discharge pipe

Durable Thermoplastic Valve Body & Poppet
Designed to resist corrosion and to stop noise

Two convertible fittings
Four hose clamps

Discharge Port Size
1-1/4 Inch and 1-1/2 Inch
1 Pound
Consumer Warranty
90 Days
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Q: Reading through one of the previous Q&As, you wrote that the check valve is generally installed about 1/2 - 2/3 up the vertical section of the discharge line (assuming 5'-10' vertical section). Why so high? I've seen a few installations where the check valve is right near the base of the line. Don't know which way is better.
by Bruce from Kentucky on March 17, 2015

A: Thank you for your interest in Sump Pumps Direct. While either installation is feasible and will work, my suggestion will reduce stress on the pump when starting due the the extra weight of the water sitting on top of that check valve when it's located at the pump discharge port. In addition, it makes for an easier access point for any servicing that may be needed on your system.
by Jim, Product Expert
Q: what does the check valve do for a sump pump and do I need one if Im buying a sump pump?
by Van from California on December 20, 2012

A: You definitely want to install a check valve along with your sump pump. The check valve will keep most of the water left in your discharge pipe from returning and emptying back into your sump basin once your pump shuts off, thereby preventing any rapid re-cycling or continuous cycling of your pump.
by Jim, Product Expert
Wayne 57028-001 Reviews & Ratings
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Wayne, NJ
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Purchased 12/14/11
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My sump pump in my basement, that is 18 months old burned out due to switch problem -solid-state water sensor. Jim, your advisor, advised me to have 1/2 or 3/4 HP after citing the vertical height and other factors.

I decided to buy Wayne CDU 980 because the price is reasonable and has good reviews. This pump was received in a timely manner, about 3 working days, good packing condition and the pump works perfectly quiet.

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