Septic Air Pumps

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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-80-0110 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 Septic Air Pump No Alarm
Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump
Hiblow HP-60 Septic Air Pump
  16 Reviews
$265.00
Hiblow HP-80-0113 Septic Air Pump No Alarm
Hiblow HP-80-0113 Septic Air Pump Overview: The Hiblow HP-80-0113  is the Hiblow septic air pump used on aerobic systems with an alarm pressure switch on the inside of the control panel of the septic system. There is a barb installed on the side of the 0113 model of the Hiblow HP-80 making it easier for the customer to connect. Features: New Hi...
Hiblow HP-80-0113 Septic Air Pump Overview: The Hiblow HP-80-0113  is the Hiblow septic air pump used on aerobic systems with an alarm pressure swi...
  17 Reviews
$295.00
Hiblow HP-100LL Green Septic Air Pump
Hiblow HP-100LL Septic Air Pump Overview: Are you in the market for a reliable aerator? Look no further than the Hiblow HP-100LL Aerator from Hiblow USA. Since 2002, Hiblow has been one of the highest rated manufacturers of aerators and pumps. Hiblow focuses on bringing high-quality products to home and business owners, helping them to maintain ...
Hiblow HP-100LL Septic Air Pump Overview: Are you in the market for a reliable aerator? Look no further than the Hiblow HP-100LL Aerator from Hiblo...
  15 Reviews
$420.00
Hiblow HP-120LL Septic Air Pump
Hiblow HP-120LL Septic Air Pump Overview: The Hiblow HP120LL septic air pump. This new design has major improvements with longer lasting diaphragms over the old HP-120 model. The Hiblow HP-120LL fits all 750 Gallon Per Day units. They also fit various 1000 gpd aerobic septic systems. This pump is also very energy efficent drawing less amps than ...
Hiblow HP-120LL Septic Air Pump Overview: The Hiblow HP120LL septic air pump. This new design has major improvements with longer lasting diaphragms...
  7 Reviews
$460.00

Septic Air Pumps

Aerobic septic systems are one of the most efficient ways to manage wastewater. Aerobic septic systems break down waste up to 20 times faster than anaerobic, conventional septic systems, and they release water that is up to 98% clear and odorless. In order to release this clear water, the aerobic septic system employs a multistage process. Your septic air pump is the most important component of you aerobic septic system, and it is needed for a critical stage in the wastewater treatment process. Without a properly working septic air pump, your septic system would be rendered useless, and you will not be able to effectively treat your wastewater.

What is a Septic Air Pump?

A septic air pump, also known as an aerator or a compressor, is an apparatus that is responsible for pumping oxygen into your aerobic septic system. These pumps are outside of the septic tank, and they have a set flow rate that allows multiple liters of oxygen to enter the water within your septic system each minute. These pumps serve two main purposes: breaking down waste and sustaining bacteria. The increased levels of oxygen in the water help break down waste into small, manageable particles, making it easier to treat. This oxygen also helps sustain and aid waste eating aerobic bacteria, which depend on oxygen to ferment and respire. Because these bacteria digest effluent, or wastewater, there is less of it being released into the environment. This clear drainage will flow into ponds or drainage fields rather than sewage or harmful effluent.

 How Long Does A Septic Aerator Usually Last?

Air pumps typically last between two and three years although they can last longer with a proper rebuild kit. You might need to consider replacing your aerator if the drainage from your aerobic septic system smells and looks like sewage or if your sewage backs up onto your property. These air pumps come in a wide variety of types and sizes and can be used for a multitude of applications, so be sure to do your research when you are in the market for a new septic air pump.

 

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