Zoeller 30-0181 - 1-1/2" or 1-1/4" Slip-On Full Flow PVC Check Valve

Zoeller 30-0181 - 1-1/2" or 1-1/4" Slip-On Full Flow PVC Check Valve
Model: 30-0181
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  • 8
    Product Q&A
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Product Description
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Features
Features
  • Zoeller “Full-Flow” PVC Unicheck Valve
  • The classic, reliable check valve seen in most basements
  • Ultrasonically Welded PVC Plastic Check Body
  • Rated for use is low presssure pipe (Sump) applications
  • Long Life Internal Rubber Flapper
  • Bends over a radius, no sharp 90° edges
  • Designed to reduce water hammer
  • Fits 1-1/2" OR 1-1/4" Discharge Pipe
  • Universal design, compatible with exisiting plumbing
  • Slip x Slip For 4.3 PSI @ 10' Head
  • Avoid more than 10' static head above check valve
  • Versatile Design
  • Can be installed in a vertical or horizontal position
  • Stainless Steel Clamps & Zinc Screws
  • Keeps the valve in place and reduces chance of corrosion
Specifications
Pump
Discharge Port Size
1-1/4 Inch and 1-1/2 Inch
Overview
Weight
1.5 Pounds
Product Length
9" Inches
Product Width
3-3/8" Inches
Product Height
3-1/2" Inches
UPC
053514019662
Features
Features
  • Zoeller “Full-Flow” PVC Unicheck Valve
  • The classic, reliable check valve seen in most basements
  • Ultrasonically Welded PVC Plastic Check Body
  • Rated for use is low presssure pipe (Sump) applications
  • Long Life Internal Rubber Flapper
  • Bends over a radius, no sharp 90° edges
  • Designed to reduce water hammer
  • Fits 1-1/2" OR 1-1/4" Discharge Pipe
  • Universal design, compatible with exisiting plumbing
  • Slip x Slip For 4.3 PSI @ 10' Head
  • Avoid more than 10' static head above check valve
  • Versatile Design
  • Can be installed in a vertical or horizontal position
  • Stainless Steel Clamps & Zinc Screws
  • Keeps the valve in place and reduces chance of corrosion
Specifications
Pump
Discharge Port Size
1-1/4 Inch and 1-1/2 Inch
Overview
Weight
1.5 Pounds
Product Length
9" Inches
Product Width
3-3/8" Inches
Product Height
3-1/2" Inches
UPC
053514019662
Product Specs
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Specifications
Pump
Discharge Port Size
1-1/4 Inch and 1-1/2 Inch
Overview
Weight
1.5 Pounds
Product Length
9" Inches
Product Width
3-3/8" Inches
Product Height
3-1/2" Inches
UPC
053514019662
Reviews
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Zoeller 30-0181 Reviews & Ratings
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Product Q&A
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How long does a check valve generally last?
Kevin 
from Illinois 
September 25, 2015
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Check valves will generally last as long as your pump, so whenever you change out your pump, it's a good idea to change out the check valve as well. All in all, you should get a good 5-7 years minimum on your pump and check valve.
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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.
Bruce 
from Kentucky 
March 17, 2015
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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.
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What are the dimensions of this check valve, both with and without the rubber connection parts installed? The current specifications read only "L x 1-1/2"W x H"
BN 
from California 
November 18, 2014
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Total length with the rubber boots is 8-3/4".
Without the rubber boots, approx. 5-3/4"L
The widest part measures 3-5/8"
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My Zoller pump has a threaded female connector on the body. What am I expected to put between the pump body and the bottom clamp of this check valve?
BN 
from California 
September 17, 2014
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Typical installations will include the discharge PVC Sch40 pipe screwed into the pump discharge port and extending approximately 2-3 feet above the sump basin cover. At this point, you could attach the check valve and then complete your discharge configuration. This method would allow for an easier access point for you to service your pump.
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what does the check valve do for a sump pump and do I need one if Im buying a sump pump?
Van 
from California 
December 20, 2012
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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.
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is the zoeller 1.5 slip on check valve a full 1.5 inch or 1.25 and 1.5 inch
Anthony L 
from New York 
December 31, 2011
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The Zoeller model 30-0180 check valve actually has an inlet and outlet diameter to 1 3/8" but will slip and clamp onto a 1 1/2" diameter PVC discharge pipe.
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Where on the line is the best location for the check valve, close to the pump is better?
CJ 
from Iowa 
February 20, 2011
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Half way between the bottom of the pit to where it exits the home.
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How important is having a check valve and how often should they be replaced? We bought a house in 04 and we have had the same check valve since we moved in. Don't know how old it is.
Jon Nickol 
from Ohio 
January 06, 2011
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A check valve is extremely important any time water is being lifted vertically. It prevents water from flowing back into the sump pit.

I would suggest listening to the valve when the sump pump is running. If you hear water flowing back down after the pump has cycled, it would be best to replace.

A faulty check valve causes your sump pump to work harder because it keeps pumping a portion of the same water.

To make things simple, if you're replacing your sump pump, replace your check valve too, or at least keep a spare on hand.
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