Sump Pump Sizing Calculator

Sump Pump Sizing Calculator

How to Easily Size a Primary Sump Pump

By  | Sump Pump Product Expert

Finding a perfectly-sized replacement pump shouldn't require an engineering degree or complex calculations, and you shouldn't assume your old pump was sized properly, either. Instead, just watch the video and use our Sump Pump Sizing Tool (below). We'll take care of the rest.

 

 

Sump Pump Sizing Calculator Tool

Sponsored by Wayne Pumps

Step 1: How High Are You Pumping? Measure the vertical distance from the bottom of your sump pit to where the pipe exits your home. Round up.
* Note: the average sump pit is 2 feet deep.
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Step 2: How Far Are You Pumping? Measure from the center of your sump pit horizontally, to where the pipe discharges outside of your home. Estimate if you are going through a wall and round up.
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Max GPH: 5,000
Number of Angles: 2*
Pumping Distance:
*Note: This sump pump sizing tool uses this as an estimate.