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Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump No Alarm
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Overview: The Hiblow HP80 is the most commonly used septic air pump used in an aerobic septic system. Most systems are 500 to 600 GPD systems and need an 80 liter per minute septic air pump to process that amount that is the meaning of the 80 in the pump model. The Hiblow HP-80 is the lifeline that makes the system a...
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Overview: The Hiblow HP80 is the most commonly used septic air pump used in an aerobic septic system. Most systems are...
  168 Reviews
$295.00
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit Overview: The Hiblow HP-80 rebuild kit is the most widely used septic air pump in the industry. Hiblow septic air pumps are easily rebuilt and repaired with over 95 percent being able to be rebuilt in as little as 10 min. This saves you hundreds of dollars when compared to buying a brand new unit. One thi...
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit Overview: The Hiblow HP-80 rebuild kit is the most widely used septic air pump in the industry. Hiblow sep...
  180 Reviews
$79.00
Hiblow Aerobic Septic Air Diffuser
  24 Reviews
$26.00
Hiblow HP-80-0110 Septic Air Pump No Alarm
Hiblow HP-80-0110 Septic Air Pump Overview: Hiblow HP-80 0110 septic air pump is a model of hiblow that is used in specific septic systems. It has an air barb that comes with the unit and an option to not use the air barb as well. With its high durability diaphragms and long lasting coils, you will get years of service from the HP80-0110. Specif...
Hiblow HP-80-0110 Septic Air Pump Overview: Hiblow HP-80 0110 septic air pump is a model of hiblow that is used in specific septic systems. It has ...
  42 Reviews
$295.00
Hiblow HP-60 Rebuild Kit
Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit Overview However, as with all air pumps, your system will eventually need to be serviced. Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pumps typically have to be rebuilt in 4 to 6 years, depending on where you live. If you Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump has recently stopped working, or has suffered damage, you will likely need ...
Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump Rebuild Kit Overview However, as with all air pumps, your system will eventually need to be serviced. Hiblow HP-60 Sep...
  36 Reviews
$79.00
Hiblow HP-80 Diaphragm Rebuild Kit
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Diaphragm Rebuild Kit Kit includes: 2 Diaphragms  Safety Screw New nuts for mounting Hiblow HP-80 diaphragm air pump aerator rebuild repair kit.
Hiblow HP-80 Septic Air Pump Diaphragm Rebuild Kit Kit includes: 2 Diaphragms  Safety Screw New nuts for mounting Hiblow HP-80 diaphragm air pump...
  27 Reviews
$55.00

Hiblow

Overview

Hiblow HP series aerators are the best selling effluent pumps on the market. They've been used in the Septic Industry for over 15 years.

The HiBlow HP models extend from the HP-40 to the HP-200 with increments of 40, 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, and 200. HiBlow also offers the HP-100LL and the 120LL. The LL stands for "long life" and they have different parts than the regular versions. Rebuild kits for the 100LL and 120LL are different than kits for the 100 and 120.

The HiBlow HP-80 is the most common air pump in the 500gpd (gallons per day) category. HiBlow puts a lot of effort into R&D, rigorously testing products for years before introducing them to market. When purchasing their products, you pay for both the quality of this testing and the resulting market share.

In addition to being the highest quality aerator on the market, the HiBlow HP series is also the most bang for your buck. The ability to rebuild an HP series aerator up to two times before needing to replace it saves you a lot of money in the long run. At only $70-$90 per rebuild kit, simply repairing your HP series pump a couple of times is way cheaper than just buying a new one.

Tomoasa Kawaski founded HiBlow Septic Air Pumps on April 1st, 1947. Nozumu Kawaski, his son, now stands at the head of the company. Techno Takatsuki/HiBlow is the first and original patent holder of the diaphragm pump, inventing it in 1967.
At the end of the day, you can't get higher quality than the HiBlow HP series, and the ability to rebuild them twice puts more money in your pocket as well.