Effluent Filtration: This filter effectively removes solid particles, suspended solids, and debris from the effluent leaving the septic tank. I...View full details
Key Features Specs Warranty This filter is designed to enhance the overall functionality of septic systems and protect the environment by en...View full details
Key Features Specs Warranty Shown at the left is the EF-6 Combo which includes the standard length (14" rise) Sanitary T-Baffle™, the EF-6 F...View full details
Key Features Specs Warranty The SimTech No Vault Pump Filter fits many 4" high head submersible pumps, sometimes referred to as deep well pu...View full details
Key Features Specs Warranty This filter features a mesh screen that effectively filters out impurities, ensuring a steady and clean flow of ...View full details
Effluent filters serve a crucial role in septic systems. They are used to separate large particles from the outflowing effluent. That prevents those particles from clogging drain fields, pumps, and sprinklers. It can be very tedious to periodically clean the effluent pump and sprinkler heads. Catching those particles before they have the change to build up on those components makes septic maintenance much easier.
When it’s time to choose the right effluent filter for your septic system, you’ll need to know:
At Wholesale Septic Supply, we sell the very best in NSF Standard 46 rated effluent filters (and other septic system components). Our experts can help you determine the best effluent filter for your residential and/or business septic system needs.
Regularly cleaning a septic system’s effluent filters is critical to the proper functioning of the system – and to preventing clogs, backups and system failures. In general, it’s recommended that effluent filters are:
Experts recommend cleaning effluent filters whenever the septic tank is being pumped (because there won’t be any risk of waste being released from empty septic tank when the effluent filter is removed). The filter will, however, have to be cleaned between septic tank pumps. In these cases, it’s important to:
Whenever an effluent filter begins to appear worn, damaged and/or cracked – or whenever it is failing to catch waste, it’s time to replace it. The effluent filters at Wholesale Septic Supply start as low as $35 – and they can go a long way to preventing system failures that can cost upwards of $20,000.
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