Patricia Schultz 0 Best Answers 61 Points View Profile Patricia Schultz In: Home & Garden, Maintenance & Repairs What is the difference between an ejector pump and a sump pump? What is the difference between an ejector pump and a sump pump? Share Facebook Ad by Poxdo I thought 5.5″ length and 4.5″ girth is the average of penis….it’s not. “The frustration I had with all SCAMs on the internet and how I found the way to increase my penis size PERMANENTLY” Get It Now 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Alton Green 0 Best Answers 22 Points View Profile Alton Green Added an answer on April 13, 2020 at 4:42 am An ejector, jet or eductor pump (all names for the same thing, some for gas, some for liquid) uses a sonic jet in the case of gases and a very fast jet in the case of liquids to entrain the slower flow and pump it up somewhat in terms of pressure, therefor increasing the total flow in the eductor loop. So we sacrifice a lot of energy in the fast stream, at realatively lower flow, to achieve the boost. A sump pump is a (generally) positive displacement pump intended to clear liquid from a sump, or gravity-fed inlet plenum. Could you use a jet pump as a sump pump? I suppose so, but the small orifice would have a nasty tendency to clog up in silty sump water, from my past direct experience with the basements of Spokane, WA. Respectfully, jack 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer. Related Questions Polarized regional website Remove Cyanoacrylate from denture my husband passed away and have so many different size of propane tanks , do anyone buy these stuffs Rat Bait for Spring Trap How do you unshrink a wool sweater?