0 Item - $0.00


Save an Extra 5% with Promo Code ZOELLER5


Zoeller Pumps

Zoeller Pump Co. is a manufacturer of dirty water submersible sump pumps for dewatering, sewage and grinder applications, pump sizing software, and plastic injection molding.

Zoeller Collections

The Zoeller Company began operations in Louisville, Kentucky in 1939. Since that time Zoller Company has steadily grown, both in physical size and manpower. The primary objective of this organization is to satisfy customers both internally and externally. This is achieved by providing quality products and services that meet or exceed customer expectations.

Zoeller® Company was founded in 1939 as a family-owned operation making various products, one of which was a dependable column sump pump.

From its humble beginnings, Zoeller® Company, one of the oldest, independently-owned U.S. pump manufacturers, has maintained the highest of quality standards, setting the benchmark for all other manufacturers of pumps. All Zoeller® pumps are time-tested and quality-driven. Our submersible pumps are 100% factory-tested underwater for dependability from the instant they're plugged in.


Air Lock Prevention

Is your pump running but not pumping anything? Did you drill a vent hole? It is extremely important, that whenever you have a pump with a bottom intake design, to drill a vent hole between the pump discharge and the bottom of the check valve. When you relieve the pump of the trapped air, it is free to operate normally.

Utility, Pedestal Pumps

For general transfer of water with no solids, these economic pumps are a perfect fit.

Sump and Effluent Pumps

This collection of pumps is designed for use in sump pits or for general transfer of water with solids less than 2" (50 mm) in spherical diameter.

Grinder Pumps and Packages

For more difficult applications that are prone to clogging and require more pressure, check out our extensive offering of grinder pumps and packages!

Check Valves

Make sure your system is running smoothly with one of our trusted check valves. While most systems require a check valve, it is a great way to avoid water hammer in the pipes!

Join Our Professional Site for Deeper Discounts with Access to Inventory at 21 Warehouses! Click for More Info