Sanitary Wastewater Pump Stations

Overcome your wastewater challenges with a proven industry resource designed to reduce service time and the risk of sanitary sewer overflows.

Fulfill Your Wastewater Treatment Needs

Most people are blissfully unaware of the infrastructure required to support basic daily habits, such as washing their hands or flushing the toilet. The most common application for a pump station is to support these functions, and they directly contribute to society’s peace of mind and freedom from concern about the journey of wastewater from their home or business. 

The journey of wastewater varies with each application, but rest assured, a pump station somewhere is working hard to ensure the wastewater reaches its intended destination at a wastewater treatment facility before it discharges into a natural waterway. The mundane but critical task of a wastewater pump station is to move wastewater from a lower elevation through a sanitary force main to a sewer manhole, where it can gravity flow from or directly into a larger sanitary force main for conveyance to the treatment facility. 

These pump stations don’t have an easy life and are constantly hammered with challenges, including pump clogging with non-organic waste, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) corrosion, odor control issues, electrical arc flash hazards and below-ground, confined-space restrictions. We take these challenges into account and have delivered solutions to engineers, developers and municipal clients for decades. 

Wastewater pump stations are commonly found in the following applications: 

  • Sanitary collection systems
  • Pressure sewer systems
  • Wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) influent headworks
  • WWTP return activated sludge and waste activated sludge systems
  • WWTP effluent structures and landfill leachate collection systems
  • Industrial wastewater processes
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Core Products

We offer an extensive range of pump stations for a wide variety of applications and market segments.

Submersible Chopper Pumps


Submersible Grinder Pumps


Self-Priming Trash Pumps


Pump Vision Controls


NoVault 2 Pump Stations


Concrete Pump Station


Pressure Sewer Pumps


Fast, Safe Performance Done Right

Our wide range of products and services cover all applications in fluid transfer of sanitary wastewater to ensure you receive the solutions you need. We’re committed to your success and demonstrate this by providing solutions that reduce total installation costs and provide industry-leading safety features for maintenance personnel.

We’ve got you covered, from:

  • Pump station design and application assistance
  • Sewer system analysis 
  • Preventative maintenance
  • EPA ‘permit-to-install’ assistance
  • Repair service
  • After-sales service
  • Equipment startup and product training
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About Excel Fluid Group

Excel Fluid Group specializes in the design and manufacture of water and wastewater pump stations for municipal, commercial and industrial applications. For more than 30 years, we’ve been creating the most effective turnkey pump station solutions available. Our goal for every project is to offer exceptional value, lower installation costs, eliminate typical field installation hassles and reduce long-term service costs.

Here’s how we do it:


1. Design

Once we thoroughly understand your needs, we design a pumping solution that prioritizes performance, lower operational costs and the safety of your personnel.

2. Build

After the design is finalized, we build the product to your exact specifications, and the same team that designed the solution remains involved in the in-house assembly and testing.


3. Maintain

Following installation, your team receives on-site training and support to ensure perfect performance, as well as ongoing service and support throughout the lifetime of the equipment.

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