Septic pump mounting hardware

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Joseph Skoler

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I just pulled 2 Goulds septic tank pumps for testing and they both work (yay).

But, the hardware is corroded and I need to replace.

Can anyone identify these pieces, and maybe a source to buy them? Specifically the lift-off disconnect, the elbow that looks like a tee at the top, and the top and bottom brackets (that I bent) that attach to rods coming out of the floor of the septic tank.

Thank you!

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Big brass thing in the bottom two pictures is a trapezoidal pitless adapter. Normally the big side opening would be held in place, and the pipe at the far side of the bottom picture could be lifted out.

Those are intended for use in wells. The fixed side pipe is run underground below the frost line. The pump can then be lifted out for service.

After looking at the top picture, I see B20 cast into the casting.
Note there are some entries that say "DRAIN&WIRE". So that makes me suspect they are also used in non-well applications.

I don't speak from experience in this.
 
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Wow -- you recognized the B20! That's a big help.

I still don't even know where to begin looking to ID the top and bottom brackets that stick out with 2 fingers perpendicular to the pipe.
 
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