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AquaKlear AK60 Replacement Septic Air Pump
AquaKlear AK60 Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Maintaining a properly functioning air pump is crucial for the well being of your entire septic system. Without a working aerator, your septic tank will be unable to incorporate air into the process of breaking down waste. This means that your wastewater will not be treated effectively. In fac...
AquaKlear AK60 Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Maintaining a properly functioning air pump is crucial for the well being of your entire septi...
  5 Reviews
$440.00
AquaKlear AK50 Replacement Septic Air Pump
AquaKlear AK50 Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Failing to maintain your aerobic septic system by not switching out the air pump with the AquaKlear AK50 Septic Air Pump replacement pump, will not only damage the surrounding environment, but it creates more exposure to sickness, disease and contamination. When to Use the AquaKlear AK50 Sept...
AquaKlear AK50 Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Failing to maintain your aerobic septic system by not switching out the air pump with the Aqua...
  1 Reviews
$440.00
AquaKlear AK50 Replacement Septic Air Pump
AquaKlear AKH80 Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Failing to maintain your aerobic septic system by not switching out the air pump with the AquaKlear AKH-80 Septic Air Pump replacement pump, will not only damage the surrounding environment, but it creates more exposure to sickness, disease and contamination. When to Use the AquaKlear AKH-80...
AquaKlear AKH80 Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Failing to maintain your aerobic septic system by not switching out the air pump with the Aqu...
  2 Reviews
$455.00
Aquaklear

AquaKlear

Overview:

Aquaklear Septic Air Pump is unique in that they use a dual port blower. The two ports serve two different functions in your Aquaklear aerobic septic system.

The first port on the dual port blower blows air constantly. That air is directed to the aeration chamber within the septic system. Oxygen from the air supports the aerobic bacteria within the septic tank. The bacteria then consumes the waste suspended in the water. Thus, the wastewater leaving the chamber is clearer than it entered. 

However, some things tend to float on top of the wastewater. In order to keep those things away from the clarification area, a skimmer is used to move the floating material. The second port blows air to operate the skimmer, and it only blows air for about 20 minutes a day. Switching the skimmer port on and off is all handled automatically by the blower. There is no need to set up anything to make it work.