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Prime Air J1000-12 Alternative Jet Septic Aerator
Prime Air J1000-12 Jet Alternative Septic Aerator Overview: An aerobic septic air pump is crucial for ensuring the well being and efficiency of your entire septic system. In fact, without the help of air, your septic system would essentially be treating your water through unsatisfactory anaerobic processes. Without the addition of an effective a...
Prime Air J1000-12 Jet Alternative Septic Aerator Overview: An aerobic septic air pump is crucial for ensuring the well being and efficiency of you...
  9 Reviews
$375.00
Prime Air J100-12 Jet Alternative Aerator
Prime Air J1000-12 Jet Alternative Aerator Overview If it’s time to replace you shaft aerator, the Prime Air J100-12 is an exceptionally efficient alternative septic shaft for your Jet Aeration Systems. This highly reliable replacement shaft aerator was designed with longevity and durability in mind. The Prime Air J100-12 uses a high efficiency ...
Prime Air J1000-12 Jet Alternative Aerator Overview If it’s time to replace you shaft aerator, the Prime Air J100-12 is an exceptionally efficient ...
  3 Reviews
$375.00
REZ1.5 HP E/One Retrofit Grinder
REZ1.5 HP E/One Retrofit Grinder Overview: The REZ1 is a 1.5 HP progressive cavity grinder pump will replace GP200/GP2000 E/ONE grinders with 1.5 HP 220v motor spinning at 1750 rpm producing total dynamic head presser of 180. Designed to be a plug and play model that needs no adjustments and no modifications you just pull the old pump out and dr...
REZ1.5 HP E/One Retrofit Grinder Overview: The REZ1 is a 1.5 HP progressive cavity grinder pump will replace GP200/GP2000 E/ONE grinders with 1.5 H...
  1 Reviews
$2,150.00
Jet is the first company to mass-produce an aerobic septic system and receive NSF approval. Every three-compartment, concrete housed aerobic septic system is based on the Jet system. The dimensions might be a little different on the trash tank, aerobic chamber, or pump tank but it’s the same design. As you can see they all look very similar the dimensions are very close as well is this a bad thing that in many of ways the systems mimicking this design are more maintenance friendly than a JET? They are easier to access, clean out, and work on in general. Most use a Hiblow septic air pump which is readily available on the market. Some of these designs include the first Hoot, LA- HOOT, Pro-flow, Mo-dad, Cajun Aire, Solar air, Enviro-Flo/Nu- water, and Aquaklear to name a few. All these systems use a linear or rotary vane type of septic air pump, or aerator to feed the tank air instead of a shaft style aerator. So here is a secret if you are sick and tired of using a shaft style motor you can modify the system to use a Hiblow. It will probably work very well to NSF standards just not NSF test. Now NSF will say this isn’t approved and so on and so forth but as you can see in the pictures below the systems on the same design as the jet it worked. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to figure it out. Not taking away from what Jet has done for the industry they have done tons, great ideas still come out of Jet. Our job is to inform you the consumers of everything we know that you don’t so you can make an informed choice on things.