Flood level rim of a sewage basin?

oleycowMarch 17, 2011

What would be considered the flood level rim of a sewage basin? The level of the water when the pump kicks on, the level of the top of the basin, the level of the check valve, or none of the above? Thanks in advance!

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lazypup

The flood level rim of a fixture is the point where adding any additional water to the fixture would result in the water spilling out of the fixture.

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