Superior Pump 92333 Sump Pump Review

Sale
Superior Pump 92333 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump, Black
  • Moves up to 3000 gallons per hour, max head 20 feet
  • Tough thermoplastic construction
  • Durable non corrosive steel drive shaft and stainless steel impeller
  • 1-1/4-inch NPT discharge
  • Superior Pumps are Built to Last, engineered with quality components and are 100 percent factory tested

Last update on 2019-07-19 PST - Details

Life has a funny way of throwing us a curve ball when we think we’ve got everything all figured out. For example, when it comes to our homes, we take great care to make sure everything is perfect.

However, things happen that could cause your basement to flood and without a sump pump like the Superior Pump 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump, all of that hard work could be for naught.

In this review, we are going to talk a little more about the features of the Superior Pump 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump, but we are also going to give you an overview of what people who have purchased the sump pump had to say about their overall experience with it.

Then, we’re going to give you our recommendation on whether or not this sump pump is something you should consider purchasing for your own home!

About The Product

The Superior Pump 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump is a pedestal pump that features a 1/3 horsepower motor that is perfect for homes with a small basement. It’s made from a heavy duty material that allows for higher torque and stronger technology.

Also, the material is resistant to corrosion, which enables it to pump the maximum 3000 gallons of water per hour.

Notable features of the Superior Pump 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump include:

  • Continuous duty, thermally protected - split capacitor motor.
  • Pumps will lift water up to 20' of vertical height
  • Tough thermoplastic construction.
  • Large 1-1/4" discharge for high capacity pumping.
  • 1 year warranty

The air cooled motor with solid copper motor windings is encased in a steel and aluminum motor housing. The housing protects the motor and disperses the heat with incredible efficiency.

The base, drive shaft cover, and float ball are all made from the high quality thermoplastic, making the unit as durable as it is reliable. The unit comes with a 10 foot long electrical cord which is the perfect length for household use.

You’ll find that the sump pump is uniquely versatile, as it comes with an adaptor that you can attach to a garden hose without losing power. This pump is capable of clearing a small pool, a flooded basement, or clogged bathtub with ease.

The pump also features a built in screen to keep large bits of debris out of the pump. For finer debris, there is a mesh screen behind the larger plastic screen. Both of these can cleaned by simply back flushing the pump.

Sale
Superior Pump 92333 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump, Black
Superior Pump - Tools & Home Improvement
from $69.75

Last update on 2019-07-19 PST - Details

What People Had To Say

When looking at what people had to say about the Superior Pump 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump, most of the customers left positive reviews.

Several of these customers shared that they had never used a pedestal style sump pump before and when they installed this one in their home, they found it to work just as well as a submersible. They especially like that it is more affordable than a submersible!

Several people have said they purchased this sump pump said that they have had this product installed in their basement for a while and they reported that it hasn’t shown any signs of corrosion and whenever it comes on, it’s incredibly quiet.

Customers have reported that it was easy to install and they revealed that the pump is quick to remove water.

superior-pump-submersible-sump-pumps

Unfortunately, not everyone was as impressed with the sump pump as those who left the positive reviews. There were some people who were very disappointed because the pump they received was damaged or defective.

One customer said they ordered a pump and it was broken. They received a replacement, but the motor didn’t work in that one. Another customer reported that the pump they received was defective, as it had no hole for the switch’s lever to go through.

Other customers were upset that only after a month, their pump either made a loud rattling sound, or it stopped pumping.

One customer revealed that the motor on the sump pump developed too much torque, causing the pump shaft to twist so much that it would get out of alignment with the bearings. Some people said that the pump only works when it wanted to. They go on to say that the motor would turn on, but the impeller would not.

Our Recommendation

Sump pumps aren’t just for draining basements, they can be used for a variety of water removal projects. The key to the sump pump like this one is having a powerful motor that will is capable of removing large quantities of water without rousing the whole house if it comes on at night.

We like this sump pump because it is a pedestal sump pump, meaning the motor is above the water. It features a heavy duty motor with copper windings that is housed in a steel and aluminum housing. These components ensures that the motor is always protected and won’t over heat due to prolonged use.

We also like that this pedestal pump features an automatic float switch with a stainless steel switch arm so that it doesn’t corrode if in water.

The pump also features a stainless steel impeller and a 1 1/4 inch NPT discharge that allows for an incredible 3000 gallons per minute.

There is a higher shut off height on the pump. This means the pump is going to have more power to clear more water.

We like the Superior Pump 1/3 HP Thermoplastic Pedestal Sump Pump because it comes with a 1 year warranty. With this warranty, you have one year from the date of purchase to get a replacement if something goes wrong with your pump.

In a perfect world, you wouldn’t even need that warranty, but it is still nice to know that you aren’t out of luck should your pump stop working.

Leave a Comment