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The Barnes product family provides versatility, high performance and unequaled value.

Engineers, plumbing contractors and homeowners have continued to depend on Barnes pumps for reliability and durability since the brands’ founding in 1895. From essential applications like sewage and wastewater to fountain pumps and revolutionary pressure sewer systems, Barnes pumps deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions supported by best-in-class service.


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Wastewater and Sewage

Chopper, Grinder, and Non Clog solutions for every solids handling application.

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Pressure Sewer

Providing practical and environmentally safe alternative to gravity sewers, Barnes Pressure Sewer products are ideal in locations with difficult terrain, reducing sewage infrastructure cost by allowing smaller diameter piping to be used in place of large complex sewage systems.

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Sump, Sewage, Effluent, and Utility pumps for residential and light commercial applications.

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Portable submersible and transfer pumps for basements to emergency services.


MUNICIPALITY OVERVIEW: The municipality of Piqua, Ohio is home to nearly 21,000 residents and is located in Miami County, 30 miles north of Dayton. The municipality currently operates 7 lift stations, four of these lift stations are in the process of being completely rebuilt. The Eagles Nest Lift station receives sewage from purely residential applications from around 100 homes in the Eagles Nest community. LIFT STATION DETAILS: The existing Eagles Nest pump was an eight year old non-clo...

MUNICIPALITY OVERVIEW: The Village of Salem Lakes, located in southeast Wisconsin, is a small rural community with a population of about 12,000 people. It’s municipality manages 25 pump stations. Of these 25, pump station 18 is the second largest station and is a triplex station with 30HP submersible non clog pumps. LIFT STATION DETAILS: The ductile iron vortex impellers of the pumps in station 18 were wearing out frequently due to abrasive particles in sewage. The worn-out impellers wer...